• Brown Bay

      Get there by hiking either the Johnny Horn Trail from Waterlemon Beach or the Brown Bay Trail from East End road. Both grass and reef snorkeling. Ruins leftover from plantation days still stand; they were an important rendezvous point during the 1733 slave rebellion.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Caneel

      Pretend to be part of the 1% while you luxuriate on this deluxe resort beach.  The beach, grounds, restaurants and ice cream/coffee shop are all worth the price of parking. Keep in mind that several amenities are for Caneel Bay Resort guests only.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Cinnamon

      What at first seems like a small sliver of sand opens into what may be the widest expanse of beach on St. John. Snacks, Snorkel & Sport Rentals. Parking & Taxis. Access from campground.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Denis

      Hike in to this tiny, secluded windswept beach from Peace Hill.  Dubbed “boyfriend beach” by a local I know, you are more likely to find quiet couples on this beach than families.  For good reason, the swimming isn’t as friendly for young kids. Parking is limited.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Drunk Bay

      Don’t plan to get into the rough water at this rocky beach, reached by hike from Salt Pond Bay. Rather, enjoy the beachcombing and add to the impromptu art collection of coral figures.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Francis

      Tucked into a nook at the top of the island, Francis Bay stays serene and feels like a giant wonderful bathtub. Almost a guaranteed place to spot turtles and stingrays. There’s a wheelchair/stroller -friendly nature trail too! Call the National Park Visitors Center and sign up for their weekly “bird nerd” tours around the Francis Bay bird pond.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Great Cruz Bay

      Enjoy The Westin’s beautiful resort atmosphere and amenities which includes a beachside bar, casual dining, and water sport rentals not to mention the most magnificent pool in the VI.  The harbor is filled with yachts, sail boats and the bay is surrounded by some of the island’s most stunning hillside villas. This beach resort has a comfortable family atmosphere and is a great place to visit for the day or longer.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Hansen Bay Beach

    Way out on East End, over the hill from Vies is a fantastic family and dog-friendly beach.  This beach offers camping facilities, food, an honor bar, kayaking, SUP rentals and more.  The owners are super friendly and there is plenty of parking.

  • Haulover

    You’ll drive until you swear you’ve missed it and then wonder where the beach is. Well…there’s not much of one, but that’s partly why the snorkeling remains so remarkable. Named Haulover because of the history of hauling small boats over the narrowest part of St.John instead of sailing around the point.  Haulover offers dual bays on either side of the road.  The west side of the road offers the easiest access. Look for little pockets of beach to set up camp.  You may run into a few beach chickens so keep an eye on your snacks.  The opposite side of the road offers a narrow path leading to a very rocky beach but with fantastic snorkeling to the left.  Sometimes this side of Haulover is littered with flotsam and jetsam due to the currents and winds.  Don’t worry, the water is crystal clear like everywhere else.  Do keep an eye out for sea urchins.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Hawksnest

    Think waves are fun? Be sure to stop here. Great snorkeling.  Plenty of parking. A visitor and local favorite that’s close to town with both bathrooms and picnic tables. Having a party?  Contact the park and get a party permit to use the picnic areas.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Jumbie

      Short trail leads to small narrow beach with ample shade and magical underwater garden.  Get here early as there are limited parking spots.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Leinster/Waterlemon

      After a scenic drive to the Annaberg Ruins and a 15 min walk down Leinster Bay Trail, you arrive at a small rocky beach where the snorkeling is excellent. It’s especially resplendent around Waterlemon Cay—confident swimmers only, please.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Little Cruz Bay

      Just off the ferry dock, this beach is great for wading, strolling, and people-watching while you take a break from patronizing the many fine establishments of Cruz Bay.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Little Lameshur Bay

      Accessible only with 4-wheel drive, this remote, rocky/sandy beach is great for both swimming and snorkeling. Great ruins near the water.  Check out the Virgin Islands Environmental Research Station (VIERS).   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Maho

      Long, calm, shallow, and lined palms, this elegant strip of beach shows itself off by bumping right up next to the road. Picnic Facilities, Bathrooms.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Reef Bay

      Accessed by hiking the Reef Bay Trail, this beach offers good snorkeling that includes harmless baby sharks. Make sure to save enough energy, water, and snacks for the arduous return trek.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Salomon

      Hike in to what you may find is your own private beach. Access from the Lind Point Trail, starting behind the National Park Center in Cruz Bay.  This used to be known as the nude beach, but has become more conservative over the past few years.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

  • Salt Pond Bay

      The largest, sandiest beach this side of St. John, plus a diverse snorkeling experience make the long drive and short hike to Salt Pond Bay totally worth it.   Hey there, have you been to this beach? Please REVIEW it by clicking on the tab above and sharing a comment and or a picture. Thanks!

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