Committed to the preservation of the local landscape, this is one of the top eco-friendly places to stay on the island. Guests have the chance to rough it at this campsite, with various styles of camping sites available based on how close to nature you want to stay.
On top of being close to one of the widest varieties of recreational possibilities in the Caribbean, Cinnamon Bay is a good choice for travelers who like experimenting with different kinds of food. Once you've tired yourself out enjoying the watersports they offer, explore the various styles of food you'll find, including the on-site T'ree Lizards Restaurant and the nearby , which dish up American and Caribbean cuisine respectively.
Positioned on the island of St. John, 3.0 miles northeast of downtown Cruz Bay, Cinnamon Bay Campground offers a warm welcome to visitors who want to stay on this beautiful island. It's 2.7 miles west of the center of Coral Bay.
Sites are available on a first come, first served basis, allowing guests to choose exactly which plot they feel most comfortable with during their stay. No matter your choice, you'll have easy access to bathrooms and showers.
For the "ultimate camping experience" reserve a baresite, where all you get is a picnic table and a charcoal grill on plot of land and you're in charge of the rest. You can fit one large or two small tents on a baresite here.
Your next option is to rent a tent site which is already set up and ready for you to climb in and get comfortable. Each tent is 10 by 14 feet and have not only a solid floor, but cots for sleeping on and mosquito netting. Sites feature a picnic table, propane gas stove, charcoal grill, gas lantern, water container, storage bin cooking utensils and eating utensils.
For the ultimate camping experience, rent out a cottage, which is a screen lined cabin that is 15 by 15 feet and has four twin-sied beds electricity, and all the amenities of a tent site.
Note that the campgrounds have a quite time from between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and non-registered guests many not be on-site after 9:00 p.m.
With respect to overall quality, we've rated this campground a rating of two and a half stars.
Below, you can see a list of in-room amenities found at Cinnamon Bay Campground.
Call the property to request or confirm particular amenities, if it's a high priority for you.
The are a few unique offerings here, including a beach shop where you can purchase souvenirs, swimsuits, and more; the Water Sport Activity Center which can handle any activity you'd like to pursue out on the beach; and the Archaeology Lab, where you can learn the history of the property and it surrounding area.
The list below gives this property's facilities and general amenities:
To be sure everything you're expecting is available, it's a good idea to call ahead of time since the specifics tend to change. To see our in-depth discussion about the types of recreational opportunities offered at Cinnamon Bay Campground, click here.
You don't have to completely cut ties with modern conveniences when you stay here. There is a restaurant called T'ree Lizards which serves up food fro morning to night, with the style leaning towards American and Caribbean.
Outside of on-site dining, vacationers hoping to find more culinary variety should also investigate some of the area's other nearby restaurant choices. Hungry guests will discover a limited but good selection of restaurants within traveling distance. It's a good idea to know the area's restaurant options, even though Cinnamon Bay does have dining of its own, including T'ree Lizards Restaurant. For more info about dining in this part of town, click here.
The property has a few business amenities, ideal for professionals who might be conducting business during their stays.
Guests will encounter lots of interesting sites and attractions close to Cinnamon Bay. The nearest include Par Force Estate Ruins and Reef Bay Sugar Factory Ruins. Considering this campground is directly on Cinnamon Bay, it is particularly attractive to guests who plan to take advantage of the sun, sand, and surf during their stay. Maho Bay, another nice place to relax, is located within walking distance of the hotel.
The campground is located near Coral Bay, a beautiful part of the island for tourists to stop over.
For more info on what else is in the vicinity of Cinnamon Bay Campground, click here.
Location: St. John
Phone: (340) 776-6330
Secondary Phone: (340) 693-5654
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