Virgin Islands National Park Address , Entry Fee , Near Hotels


If you are looking for a tropical paradise with stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, look no further than Virgin Islands National Park. Located on the island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, this park covers about 60% of the island’s land area, as well as more than 5,500 acres of adjacent ocean and nearly all of Hassel Island. You can explore the park’s diverse ecosystems, from coral reefs and mangroves to dry forests and cactus scrublands. You can also learn about the park’s history, from the ancient petroglyphs of the Taino people to the colonial plantations and sugar mills. Whether you want to relax on the white-sand beaches, snorkel among the colorful fish, hike along the scenic trails, or discover the park’s secrets, Virgin Islands National Park has something for everyone.

Virgin Islands National Park Address

According to the official website of the Virgin Islands National Park, the address of the park is:

1300 Cruz Bay Creek, St. John, VI 00830

You can also contact the park by phone at 340 776-6201 or by email at

To get to the park, you need to fly to St. Thomas Cyril E. King Airport (code STT) and then take a car or a taxi to Redhook (east end) St. Thomas. From there, you can either take a car barge or a people ferry to St. John. The park visitor center is located in Cruz Bay, St. John, and it offers exhibits, brochures, maps, and other information about the park.

Virgin Islands National Park Entry Fee

According to the web search results, there is **no entrance fee** to enter the Virgin Islands National Park, except for a facility and parking fee at Trunk Bay Beach. The cost is $5 per vehicle. Trunk Bay is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

However, visitors to Trunk Bay are also required to pay an **Expanded Amenity Recreation Fee** of $5.00 per person ages 16 and up from sunrise until sunset¹. This fee is not waived on the “Fee Free Days” that are indicated on the official website of the park¹.

Additionally, boaters who use overnight moorings in the park need to pay a **mooring fee** of $26.00 per night, or $13.00 per night for Senior/Access Pass holders¹. Overnight mooring fees must be paid prior to spending the night and are limited to 7 nights per bay and no more than 30 nights per year.


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