Virgin Islands National Park

Description:

Virgin Islands National Park's hills, valleys and beaches are breath-taking. However, within its 7,000 plus acres on the island of St. John is the complex history of civilizations - both free and enslaved - dating back more than a thousand years, all who utilized the land and the sea for survival.

Directions:

Ferry service for passengers and vehicles is the only means of getting to and from St. John.

Once on St. John there are no designated entrances to Virgin Islands National Park, although two main routes will provide access to many areas. Route 20 (North Shore Road) runs from the ferry dock past the Visitors Center to the most contiguous part of the Park, including most beaches and the campgrounds as well. Large and small tracts of private lands are found within the authorized boundary of the Park.

Phone:

Email:

VIIS_Superintendent@nps.gov

Address:

Virgin Islands National Park 1300 Cruz Bay Creek

St. John, VI 830

Activities:

Boating Camping Fishing Hiking Swimming

Organization:

NPS - National Park Service

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