Thing to Do

Hike the Lind Point Trails

Lind Point Trail Sign to Overlook

Virgin Islands National Park

Lind Point Trail Head Sign
Trail Access From Cruz Bay
If you are driving be sure to stop in the visitor center for an NPS parking pass. Next proceed to the stairs behind the visitor center. At the top of the stairs turn left and follow the road up the hill to the trail. The trail will be located on your right. Maps are available here and at the Visitor Center.
Lind Point Honeymoon and Solomon Intersection Sign
Just Follow the Signs, photo by Damien Hardgrove
Follow the trail signs as they guide you to the overlook or other trails.
Lind Point Overlook
Cruz Bay Overlook, photo by David Horner
Cruz Bay Overlook
Sit a spell and enjoy the view of the harbor. This is a great hike for those just looking to stretch their legs or are only on St. John for a short time. For those who have more time, are looking for more exercise and maybe a snorkel, follow the trails to Honeymoon Bay and Salomon Bay.
Salomon Beach looking west towards St. Thomas
Salomon Beach, photo by Anne Finney
Salomon Beach
Salomon Beach is the first you come to if taking the lower Lind Point Trail. The tree lined beach offers the option of shady or sunny areas to sit a spell. There is great snorkeling anywhere in the bay but you will usually find more fish along the rocky edges of either side of the beach. You can swim or hike to Honeymoon Beach from here.
Honeymoon Beach looking east
Honeymoon Beach, photo by David Pinardi
Honeymoon Beach
Enjoy the sun or shade on this long tree lined the beach. Honeymoon can be reached by the lower or upper Lind Point Trail. Just be sure to follow the signs. This beach is one of the few with a concession offering drinks, snacks, rental chairs, ecotours and more.
ind Point Trail North Shore Road Access
North Shore Road Lind Point Trail Access, Photo by Damien Hardgrove
Lind Point Trail Access from North Shore Road
All the Lind Point trails and both beaches can also be accessed from the trail starting on North Shore Road. Be sure to park in one of the first two gravel parking lots. From there follow the trail, which starts between the large park sign and the woods.

Last updated: March 1, 2017