Established in 1956, Virgin Islands National Park, on one of the US Virgin Islands, St. John, is dubbed “America’s Paradise”. It features beautiful beaches, resplendent flora and a rich history depicted through ancient petroglyphs. This 23 sq. mile national park is a great place to visit for exciting recreational activities and opportunities to learn about the time when sugar was dominant here.
Water recreation is just one of the many things to enjoy at the park. From windsurfing, to sailing, and kayaking, there are enough opportunities to have fun on the park’s waters. Hidden marine life within the coral reefs are there for snorkeling enthusiasts to discover at the park. Native fauna (bats) and non-native animals (like deer, sheep, and pigs) are also present for visitors and campers to watch. Also, whatever time of the year you visit, you are guaranteed a lovely bird watching experience.
There are no RV campgrounds in the park, neither are there RV facilities, however, a tent-only campground with bathrooms, showers, cottages, a restaurant, and a beach shop is available.