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Getting to Virgin Islands National Park
There are no roads or bridges to the island of St. John, although there is a car ferry connecting from St. Thomas. Once on St. John, the park lands are pretty easy to find, as they occupy most of the island. North Shore Road is the most heavily used by park visitors, as it provides access to nearly all of the famous beaches and bays. Centerline Road runs across the interior of the island, and connects the towns of Cruz Bay and Coral Bay.
Below you will find an interactive map showing the location of the Cruz Bay Visitor Center in Virgin Islands National Park. Following this are the official park maps provided by the National Park Service. You can view either the original PDF file or a simple JPEG image file (some of these files can be quite large). The map links will open in a new tab. Note that while these maps are useful for general navigation around the park, if you plan to do any hiking, you should really have a proper Virgin Islands Trail Map.
Below you will find a list of airports most convenient for a trip to Virgin Islands, listed in order of distance. For each airport we give useful links for further information on the airport, as well as flight and rental car bookings. These links already have the destination airport selected for your convenience. For price searches, simply enter your origin and dates.
- Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, USVI (STT): 16 miles by car to St. John (ferry required)
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