Virgin Islands National Park, Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands National Park s hills, valleys and beaches are breath taking. However, within its 7,000 plus acres on the island of St. John is the complex history of civilizations both free and enslaved dating back more than a thousand years, all who utilized the land and the sea for survival.

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Virgin Islands National Park

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News

National Park Service Announces Expanded Water Quality Testing Throughout Park Waters

Virgin Islands National Park announces an expanded water quality testing program to assess fecal coliform bacteria within key boat mooring areas.

Permits for Weddings and Other Special Events Available

VIRGIN ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK is pleased to again offer special use permits for weddings, picnics, and other activities at a variety of locations in the park. Weddings may be held at Peace Hill and Annaberg (40 persons maximum), and at Trunk Bay and other park beaches and pavilions (50 persons maximum). Picnics, BBQs, and other gatherings may also be held at these beach locations.

Virgin Islands National Park beginning to re-open facilities

-Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and territory public health authorities, Virgin Islands National Park is increasing available services

Virgin Islands National Park Photos

Virgin Islands National Park

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Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Plantation is located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.

The plantation is part of the Virgin Islands National Park.

Ruins of the slave quarters.

Virgin Islands National Park

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Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Plantation is located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.

The plantation is part of the Virgin Islands National Park.

Ruins of the slave quarters.

Virgin Islands National Park

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Virgin Islands National Park

The Virgin Islands National Park makes up about 60 percent of the island of St. John.

We took a tour of the national park on a cruise shore excursion. The island and park were absolutely gorgeous.

This is the visitor center in Cruz Bay.

Virgin Islands National Park

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Virgin Islands National Park

The Virgin Islands National Park makes up about 60 percent of the island of St. John.

We took a tour of the national park on a cruise shore excursion. The island and park were absolutely gorgeous.

This is the visitor center in Cruz Bay.

St. John - Virgin Island National Park

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St. John - Virgin Island National Park

On a tour of St. John, we visited Cinnamon Bay Beach. It is part of the Virgin Islands National Park.

St. John - Virgin Island National Park

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St. John - Virgin Island National Park

On a tour of St. John, we visited Cinnamon Bay Beach. It is part of the Virgin Islands National Park.

St. John - Virgin Island National Park

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St. John - Virgin Island National Park

On a tour of St. John, we visited Cinnamon Bay Beach. It is part of the Virgin Islands National Park.

Virgin Islands National Park

Stabbur's Master posted a photo:

Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Plantation is located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.

The plantation is part of the Virgin Islands National Park.

Virgin Islands National Park

Stabbur's Master posted a photo:

Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Plantation is located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.

The plantation is part of the Virgin Islands National Park.

Virgin Islands National Park

Stabbur's Master posted a photo:

Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Mill located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.

The windmill tower is 38 feet high. Revolving sails turned a central shaft which rotated rollers to crush the sugar cane.

Virgin Islands National Park

Stabbur's Master posted a photo:

Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Mill located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.

The windmill tower is 38 feet high. Revolving sails turned a central shaft which rotated rollers to crush the sugar cane.

Virgin Islands National Park

Stabbur's Master posted a photo:

Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Mill located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.

One of the kettles or 'coppers' inside the boiling house used to boil down the sugar cane juice.

Virgin Islands National Park

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Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Mill located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.

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St John, US Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands National Park

Virgin Islands National Park

Stabbur's Master posted a photo:

Virgin Islands National Park

Annaberg Sugar Mill located on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. The sugar works were built between 1797 and 1805 when the island was a Danish colony.

The US purchased the island from Denmark in 1917. St. John is the smallest of the three Virgin Islands - 60% of the island is a national park.