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San Diego, CA
Reviewed 27 May 2013

Camped May 15-21, 2013. Baresite, #60. I've camped many places, deserts, mountains, beaches, so not new to camping. I camped solo on this trip. First off note that this campground is on one of the most beautiful beaches/parts of St John. So it definitely has location going for it. Transportation (if you have no car) to/from Cruz Bay to the...

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USVI
Reviewed 5 May 2013 via mobile

A disappointing visit to an island we know well, cinnamon bay camp ground's staff was at best cordial and at worst unfriendly and unhelpful (with the exception if the water sports hut). The food was okay but you were rarely guaranteed you'd get what your ordered and while the location is A+, it's a hard balance to the general unwelcoming...

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3Thank kabry
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 20 April 2013

If I was the type that only liked clean 5* hotels then I would not rate this place more than a two but you can't go to a place like this and rate it for what it isn't. That being said, You can't ask for much more in a camp site. We got the beach cottage, 9A. It is a...

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7Thank monstrt
BOSTON
Reviewed 16 April 2013

We stayed in a tent site, only two of us, but it had cots for 4. So we had plenty of room. Each cot had a mattress (not a thick one), but perfectly fine. We loved the isolated tent sites, allowing for some privacy. We arrived after dark and when we walked to the beach the next morning our jaws...

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3Thank kevboston
South Portland, Maine
Reviewed 10 April 2013

You are camping in a National Park, just like Acadia, Yellowstone, or for our Canadian friends, Prince Edward Island National Park. It is dark at night. There may be bugs. The showers are cold. It's a little run down in places. But you are on St. John, one of the prettiest Virgins, mostly because 2/3 of it is a National...

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9Thank Irv W
Haddonfield, New Jersey
Reviewed 12 March 2013

What an incredible island! We rented a cabin for our family of four and would definitely recommend it for people who want to be close to nature. It was cool and functional. I do not think there is any other place on the island you where you are on the ocean's edge. It is camping- lite. The staff is lovely....

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7Thank AJRDO
Penfield, New York
Reviewed 28 February 2013

Camping right next to the beach, with the sound of tree frogs and the surf, geckos on the screens, hermit crabs, migrating butterflies - how can you beat it? The facilities themselves are a little beat up; duct tape on holes in screens, toilets that frequently had stuck chains, but they're easy to overlook. We rented an existing tent, which...

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2Thank CampingMom_42
Reviewed 27 February 2013 via mobile

I wanted to go to the Caribbean island, but I wants to avoid the resort experience. Cinnamon bay campground was the answer. I camp a lot, so I can compare this campsite to others. The location, obviously, is hard to beat. Campsites themselves are far from each other, so you feel privacy. I was fortunate do the campsite I originally...

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8Thank Oolahclaire
Reviewed 17 February 2013

We went here for a trip to get out of the cold and our experience from almost the beginning was poor. The people working the front desk seemed very unpleasant to have to be there. The restaurant and bar there closes relatively early in my opinion, as does the front desk with that l closing at 8pm so make sure...

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1Thank Ekeats
New York City, New York
Reviewed 11 February 2013 via mobile

We came to cinnamon bay to rent stand up paddle boards. The staff was awesome!! They went so far as to send us out for an hour and a half then come back in to get different boards to try out. Gave us easy directions around the bays and were incredibly nice. While we didn't do a lesson, everyone seemed...

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  • Free Parking
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Additional Information about Cinnamon Bay Campground

Address: Virgin Islands National Park 00831-0720, St. John
Region: Caribbean > U.S. Virgin Islands > St. John > Virgin Islands National Park
Price Range: RM119 - RM616 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 126
Also Known As:
Cinnamon Bay Campground Hotel Virgin Islands National Park
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“The eco-tents seem superior to the cottages. A stove, propane tank, cooler, water container, and a few pots and dishes are provided.”
  • Eco-tent
nphiker15, 21 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Ecotents are the nicest accommodation here. They are basic but nice, clean and really comfortable beds.”
  • Best night sleep ever camping!
billy_boater, 24 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Stay in a cottage - Not in a "Leak-Oh Tent"”
St_John_Colors, 14 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Beachview cottages have noise from north shore road traffic.”
jimlO6195UN, 10 Mar 2017 | Read review
“EcoTents do not have much privacy—spaced about 20 ft away from one another.”
21mbb12, 5 Mar 2017 | Read review
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