Cramer Park

Located on the eastern end of St. Croix, Cramer Park features a beautiful, remote beach experience that immerses its guests in nature. The calm, shallow water and the soft white sand provide the visitor-friendly environment, while nearby Farleigh Dickinson Territorial Park provides another excellent getaway.

Set in East End, fairly close to Knight, Cramer Park is on the East coast of St. Croix. You should consider stopping by regardless of whether you are staying nearby. If you're looking for a quiet part of the coast, away from crowded tourist attractions, you should consider going off the beaten path to Cramer Park.

How to Access The Beach
Visitors should expect to drive to access Cramer Park, as it sits on the far eastern coast of the island. East End Road links together with Cramer Park, where cars can park directly next to the beach.

Amenities and Ambiance

Cramer Park remains relatively isolated, as it is surrounded by Knight Bay and Boiler Bay, each of which have remained undeveloped. The area is filled with palm trees and soft sand, while picnic tables, bathrooms, and bbq grills lie near the entrance. Visitors can see the sillohette of Buck island in the distance, while lush green hills border fill the coast.

Perhaps the most convenient amenity here: picnic tables.

Cramer Park does have public restrooms for your convenience. The water in the area is of good snorkeling quality, so bring your equipment if you want to check out what lies beneath the surface.

What's Nearby


Cramer Park is beautiful natural attraction, which you'll find on the East coast of St. Croix. It is near some interesting sites like Point Udall Monument, which is only a short distance away. Visitors will have the option to take a taxi or to walk, and it is among the favorite local destinations.

Beaches and museums may seem an unlikely combination to some, but some visitors find that museums like Steeple Building (positioned seven and a half miles to the west) offer rare insight into Caribbean life and a whole new way to view the Virgin Islands' traditions and culture.

If you can't wait to see as many of the Virgin Islands' attractions as possible, the following table shows the closest options.

Activities and Attractions Near Cramer Park
Attraction Type Distance Direction Island
Point Udall Monument Monument 1.3 E St. Croix
Divi Carina Bay Casino Casino 1.6 SW St. Croix
Reef Golf Course Golf Course 1.7 W St. Croix
Coakley Bay Ruins Historical Site 3.6 W St. Croix
Green Cay National Wildlife Refuge Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 5.3 W Green Cay

Cities and Towns

The closest town is , which is in an area with interesting things to do and see, but isn't as sprawling and crowded as some other areas. From the beach, Christiansted is found maybe seven and a half miles (12 and a half kilometers) away.


The number of other vacationers sharing this coastline can vary widely, it depends on many factors: the time of sundown, happy hour, even how many hotel rooms have been booked nearby. You can typically expect to share the sand with more than a few vacationers who are staying in the area.

Vacationers will find a pretty good range of hotels and resorts to choose from in the area that surrounds the beach. The most accessible of which have been listed in the following table.

Accommodations near Cramer Park
Hotel Distance Direction Type
Divi Carina Bay Resort & Casino 1.7 SW Resort
Chenay Bay Beach Resort 4.7 W Hotel
Tamarind Reef Hotel 5.6 W Resort


If you visit the beach around lunchtime this beach has you covered, and you don't have to go far from these sands. One of the closest places to eat is Good Spirits. Some guests will choose to take a cab here, while others will want to walk as it's only a short distance away.

The table below provides a list of nearby dining options.

Restaurants near Cramer Park
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Style Distance Direction
Good Spirits -- -- -- 1.5 mi. W
Duggan's Reef (340) 773-9800 Caribbean Fine Dining 1.5 mi. W
Villa Madeleine (340) 773-7877 -- -- 1.6 mi. WSW
Starlite Grille (877) 773-9700 American, Caribbean, Fusion Informal 1.7 mi. SW
Blue Water Terrace (340) 692-2583 International Very Casual 2.2 mi. W
Cultured Pelican (340) 773-3333 Italian Informal -- --
Cheeseburgers in Paradise (340) 773-1119 American Very Casual 5.0 mi. W

Other Beaches

Cramer Park isn't the only beach worth checking out on St. Croix.

Another location you might enjoy is Davis Bay, located only a cab ride away from the coast. With a gorgeous beach, Davis Bay is a fine swimming spot on the northern side of St. Croix, and although it can get a bit windy, families and bodysurfers gravitate to this area to play in the waters. Still, if you're searching for something a little more active, you might enjoy people watching at Jack's Bay Beach. It's located less than a mile to the south.

You may also enjoy Grapetree Beach, located within a short distance. On the southeast side of St. Croix, Grapetree Beach's white sands and active waters are popular with watersport enthusiasts looking to ride the waves.

There's plenty to see and do in the Virgin Islands, and dropping by Cramer Park is just one way to appreciate a pretty afternoon.


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