The beaches are open again on St. John and Trunk Bay looks more inviting than ever. In the early mornings and late afternoons, you’re likely to have this incredible beach, one of the best in the world, according to beach experts, all to yourself.
USA Today writes:
Beaches of St. John
Aldeth Lewin, Special for USA TODAY 4:37 p.m. EDT October 11, 2013
“…Trunk Bay is the most popular beach on St. John. Run by the National Park Service, this almost-quarter-mile long white sand beach is the only one with an entrance fee ($4 per person), but the amenities provided are worth it. The beach has very nice bathrooms, bathhouses with showers, parking, a snack bar and sundries shop. Snorkel gear can also be rented at the beach, and lifeguards keep an eye on swimmers. Trunk Cay is the small island that sits in the middle of the bay. An underwater snorkel trail highlights aspects of the coral reef and the creatures that live there…” read more
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