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Take a guided tour of St. Croix and learn about the island's history, cultural traditions, botany, and more.
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Read about some of the many adventures awaiting you on St. Croix!
St. Croix national parks include a historic fort, a coral reef, and the site of Columbus’ landing in the New World. While only 82 square miles in size, St. Croix is home to three National Park Service parks, as well as wildlife refuges, monuments and more. Explore majestic forts, kayak protected ecological preserves at night or by day, snorkel an underwater trail, and walk beautiful beaches that are home to endangered turtle species. To truly experience St. Croix, we recommend you explore our history and parks.
Buck Island Reef National Monument, An Underwater National Park! Can you believe it? An underwater National Park? In all total, the park encompasses 176 acres above and below water. It was established a National Monument by a Presidential proclamation...
Christiansted National Historic District! This 6 acre area is mostly on the Christiansted waterfront and was established as a National Historic Site in 1952. The five historical structures exist on the site are the Fort Christianvaern, the Scale House, Danish...
Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve! Not only is Salt River important historically, it is also a protected ecological preserve. Salt River is also known as Columbus Landing. Columbus landed at this spot in America’s Paradise...
Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge! Sandy Point, located on St. Croix’s west end, was designated a Natural National Landmark in 1980. It is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department. Sandy Point is the largest leatherback turtle nesting...
St. Croix East End Marine Park! With nearly 17 miles of beautiful shoreline and the longest fringing reef in the US Virgin Islands, the East End Marine Park is a natural and cultural treasure! This first territorial marine park...