The Cruz Bay Visitor Center is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is just a short walk (approximately two blocks) from the public ferry dock heading north on route 20.
The center offers exhibits, brochures, maps, educational materials books reegarding the natural and cultural history of the Park as well as activity schedules. The park rangers at the information desk can help you plan your visit, including hikes, historical tours, snorkeling, and other programs.
Did You Know?
One of the smallest lizards on St. John is the Dwarf Gecko. This tiny, inch-long reptile is native to the island, while many of the other geckos arrived on sailing ships in the 17th century. Dwarf Geckos feed on insects in the forest during the day, while most other geckos are nocturnal feeders.