Our Islands - St. John

St. John

St. John, the smallest of the three main United States Virgin Islands, is home to the renown Virgin Islands National Park, a unit of the US National Park Service, which comprises two-thirds of the island and its marine belt. St. John is known for its steep hills, panoramic backdrops, tranquil, unspoiled beauty and integral role in the history of the VI.

Quick Facts

  • Smallest: 19 sq. miles
  • Two small towns: Cruz Bay and Coral Bay
  • Population: Approx. 5,000
  • Highest point: Bordeaux Mountain, 1,277 ft.
  • Pristine
  • Magnificent powder-white beaches
  • Two-thirds US National Park
  • Classic historic ruins
  • Petroglyphs
  • Spectacular vistas
  • St. Thomas is the gateway to St. John.
  • 15 mins. by passenger and vehicle ferry to/from St. Thomas
  • St. John Fourth of July Celebration – June to July 4th
  • 20+ hiking trails
  • No airport