Sandy Point

Located on St. Croix’s West End, this spectacular beach is part of Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge and is one the longest in the Caribbean. Park your car in the lot and take a short hike to the beach area for swimming, more hiking, and wildlife/nature photo ops. The beach is also a popular nesting…

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Cramer’s Park

Just before Pt. Udall, on St. Croix’s East End, is a beautiful long, deep public beach with bathrooms, changing rooms, and picnic tables

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Buck Island Reef

Located 7 miles East of Christiansted and reached by authorized National Park concessionaires.  See the first designated underwater National Park, whose primary designation was to protect a coral reef system. Two beaches, two picnic areas. Great snorkeling, shade, hiking trail, limited facilities.

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Pelican Cove

Pelican Cove Pelican Cove Beach boasts 1,200 feet of white sandy beach on the north shore of St. Croix, West of Christiansted. The palm-fringed, long stretch of beach has plenty of room for you to take a leisurely walk, go for a jog, build a sandcastle with your kids, or let the sound of the…

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