Camping and eco-tourism are extremely popular among the Virgin Islands, perhaps due to the incredible natural beauty of these islands. Camping is available in the U.S. Virgin Islands only on the island of St. John.
St. John is the nature preserve of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Here travelers can explore a National Park or camp at CCinnamon Bay, where they'll find fully-equipped cottages and tents as well as basic campsites.
Nature lovers might want to consider the opportunities for eco-tourism offered. Camping is available, or you could book your trip in an eco-logde or resort. Click on their names to read more information.
If you enjoy taking part in various outdoor activities, Cinnamon Bay Campground is one location that provides lots of recreational possibilities. 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 customers who want to call before booking a room, do so at (340) 776-6330.
Mount Victory Camp is a popular option in the USVI. Guests at Mount Victory Camp have the option of camping in a tent or renting a wooden bungalow. The four bungalows, which can easily sleep four to six adults, were built by a master shipwright using wind-fallen local hardwoods, and even feature bed frames of natural hard wood. If you're looking for something specific, try calling them at (340) 201-7983.
Naturalists can find a selection of different local eco-lodges. including Trinidad Charlie's Cottages. Trinidad Charlie's offers what you might call luxury camping. Set in a private garden, each cottage features electric lights, a hot shower, a gas cook stove, refrigerator, ceramic tile floors, and a queen sized bed. If you want to call before booking a room, you can do so at (340) 693-8959.
Lots of the eco-tourism accommodations are listed in the following chart.
|Name||Type||Phone Number||Star Rating||Location||Island|
|Cane Bay Campground||Campground||(340) 514-0062||
|0.2 mi. South of Central Cane Bay||St. Croix|
|Cinnamon Bay Campground||Campground||(340) 776-6330||
|3.0 mi. Northeast of Central downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|Concordia Studios||Eco resort||(340) 715-0500||
|0.9 mi. South-Southwest of Central Friis Bay||St. John|
|Mount Victory Camp||Lodge||(340) 201-7983||
|2.7 mi. North-Northeast of Central Frederiksted||St. Croix|
|Ridge to Reef Farm||Campground||(340) 220-0466||
|3.2 mi. Northeast of Central Frederiksted||St. Croix|
|Trinidad Charlie's Cottages||Lodge||(340) 693-8959||
|1.0 mi. East of Central downtown Cruz Bay||St. John|
|Vie's Hansen Bay Campground||Campground||(340) 693-5033||
|2.6 mi. East of Central Coral Bay||St. John|
|Virgin Island Campground||Lodge||(340) 776-5488||
|2.2 mi. South West of Central Charlotte Amalie||Water Island|
|Virgin Islands Environmental Resource Station||Campground||(410) 647-2500||
|1.8 mi. South-Southwest of Central Coral Bay||St. John|
Needless to say, the USVI has a nice selection of other property types. Anyone needing to find more details about other kinds of accommodations available for the USVI here.
Travelers to the US Virgin Islands can also stay at eco-resorts. These sites are eco-friendly and often have tents with porches and basic kitchens. Some of the cottages at Maho Bay even run on solar power and are made from recycled materials.
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