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Situated in the unspoiled island refuge, Virgin Islands National Park, this beach offers a variety of water sports from snorkeling and kayaking to sailing and windsurfing, plus a popular beachfront cottage and campsite complex.
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North Shore Road, Virgin Islands National Park 00830, St. John
All reviews beautiful beach st john favorite beach long beach my favorite fish parking lot white sand national park beach chairs beautiful water easy access bring your own virgin islands campground cinnamon beaches
This was a great Beach to visit but thats it... no snorkeling. ITs just beach and sand - nothing else there. It was boring for us. We stayed for 2 hours and left to maho beach for more fun and snorkeling.
This beach is peaceful. There is a little bar but it's not right on the beach so it's a nice mix for those who want both. I like to start with the trail across the street and end up here. It's pretty and good for...More
There are five north beaches. I do not remember this beach very well. Could have rocks near shore. Not known for snorkeling. No cost. No bathroom. Limited parketing. Limited shade. Ruins close by. Parking is about a block away. Beware of sun. Bring water, sunscreen,...More
Cinnamon has always been a favorite for us, and will be again no doubt, but right now it is still ravaged by the hurricane. The beach is pebbled, there is fencing up to protect tourists from some of the fallen structures. We stayed only about...More
Absolutely gorgeous! Unbeknownst to us, none of the basic amenities (bathroom, running water) and extras (waterspout rentals, food or drinks) are back in business. All of the hurricane damage is just now being cleared out of what is left of the buildings. But definitely going...More
We visited Cinnamon Beach in February of 2019. The beach is absolutely beautiful, but the surrounding area was still in bad shape after the hurricane. The buildings were damaged and not yet cleaned up. Once you walk onto the beach though it doesn't matter. The...More
This was our favorite beach on St John. I love mountains that go down to the beach. This one is perfect beauty with beautiful water great powdery sand and a Long Beach. We snorkeled around the little island in front of the beach and saw...More
Sadly the campground and beach rentals are still closed however you can still enjoy the beautiful beach, great snorkeling, beautiful surroundings. Lots of wildlife, deer, donkeys, and other critters. When you are waterlogged you may take a short hike and see some of the historic...More