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Just returned from my 10th visit to the campground. IMO here are the pros and cons:
1) location is the best: easy access to a great long beach, wonderful swimming and ten minutes to town
2) Staff very friendly and helpful
3) New ecco...More
Stayed here for 5 days in a "bare tent site" with my family and we really liked it here. The new owners are updating the facilities, so it should be really nice by next year (hopefully they will not raise prices!). Cinnamon Bay is gorgeous...More
We stayed in a Cottage right on the beach.Overall it was a good experience. I had stayed their 20 years ago and I have to say it's a little worn..I have not camped in all those years so it was a new adventure.I would say...More
This is one of the most beautiful beaches I have ever been to. Water is so clean, see through. It has the most gorgeous shades of torqoise. I loved relaxing and looking up at the hills and palm trees. The cottage was right in front...More
Have been coming for 26 years. The environmental degradation caused by these " Eco Tents" is disgusting. The pictures are just a fraction of what has been cut in a highly sensitive area. A sand dune was also bulldozed.
US$111 - US$178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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U.S. Virgin Islands >
St. John >
Virgin Islands National Park
Also Known As
Cinnamon Bay Campground Hotel Virgin Islands National Park
Response from nphiker15 | Reviewed this property |
The popup tents seem to be about 60% the size of the eco-tent both in square footage and height. More like a traditional camping tent. They are new. All of the popup tents are in one small area with no privacy between... More
The popup tents seem to be about 60% the size of the eco-tent both in square footage and height. More like a traditional camping tent. They are new. All of the popup tents are in one small area with no privacy between tents. I would concur that the eco-tents have a better location and are way nicer. All in all, they probably are fine if they suit your needs better than the other options.
Response from St_John_Colors | Reviewed this property |
It used to be a wonderful campground but it's not a campground any more... that's the problem. It's now a really crappy resort. The word "crappy" is particularly appropriate since the sewer overflows on a regular basis... More
It used to be a wonderful campground but it's not a campground any more... that's the problem. It's now a really crappy resort. The word "crappy" is particularly appropriate since the sewer overflows on a regular basis onto the main muddy footpath/road. You can't get to your $200/night tent or $57/night bare site without walking through it.