Long Reef Beach is located along 'Condo Row' between Mill Harbour Condominiums and Club St. Croix on the North Shore of St. Croix. Enjoy food and drinks at the bar and restaurant, lounge on a chair underneath a palm tree, or relax in one of the hammocks. The water can be somewhat murky here. It is protected by a large reef and if you walk down the beach, it is somewhat shallower. You will find little pools of water, which are great to lay in. The beach offers excellent snorkeling at ‘Tire Reef’ and ‘Long Reef’ directly in front of Mill Harbour. If you’re looking for peace and quiet, this is a good beach to go to as it is typically not too crowded, and there is plenty of parking.
Location: North Shore
From Christiansted, take Northside Road (Route 74) to the light at the 5 corners intersection, turn right at the light and take Estate Golden Rock road to the Mill Harbour Condominiums and park there.
For public access, from Christiansted take Northside Road (Route 74) and make the first right after you pass the Puma Gas Station (also on your right). Drive until the road ends alongside a fence and park in the dirt lot.
Parking is available condominiums, and there is a bar and restaurant at Mill Harbour. There is also a bar and restaurant at the other end of the beach near the Club St. Croix condos. There are lounge chairs, palapas, and hammocks along the beach available to guests.
While all beaches on St. Croix are public, the use of the lounge chairs, hammocks and facilities is limited to guests of the surrounding condos and patrons of the restaurant and bar.