Thing to Do

Yawzi Point Trail

Yawzi Trail


Only .3 miles this trail follows the crest of Yawzi point. 

Hike the trail and visit colonial ruins and then follow a  side trails to one of the rocky beaches for a refreshing snorkel

This is a rocky trail. 

Service dogs are allowed in Virgin Islands National Park and leashed dogs are allowed on trails.

Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.

Located on the south west side of the island between Great Lameshur Bay and Little Lameshur Bay. It takes about an 1 1/2 hrs to cover the 13.5 miles. 
Map to Yawzi Point


A great hike any time of the day but can be buggy early mornings or late afternoons. 

Accessibility Information

This narrow rocky trail with slight inclines is not considered accessible. 

Virgin Islands National Park

Yawzi Trail Ruins
Yawzi Ruins Photo by Alanna Smith
Located between Great Lameshur Bay and Little Lameshur Bay, this .3 mile trail is a good choice if looking for an easy hike. Stone ruins of homes from the Danish colonial period can be found alongside the trail. Small rocky beaches can be accessed by side trails for a quiet snorkel entry spot.

Last updated: September 20, 2018