Trunk Bay is one of the most beautiful and popular beaches in the park. Enjoy the soft sand, clear water, and snorkeling trail.
The Reef Bay Trail is a 4.9-mile round trip hike that takes you through the forest, past sugar mill ruins, and to petroglyphs.
The Annaberg Sugar Plantation is a historic site that tells the story of the sugar industry and the enslaved Africans who worked there.
Waterlemon Cay is a small island off the north shore of St. John. It has some of the best snorkeling and diving spots in the park.
Hurricane Hole is a protected bay that offers calm waters and scenic views. You can kayak through the mangroves and see wildlife.
Hassel Island is a small island near St. Thomas that is part of the park. You can take a guided tour or a self-guided walk to see the historical and natural features.
The Taino were indigenous people on the islands before Europeans arrived. Learn about their culture and artifacts at the visitor center and Cinnamon Bay Museum.
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