Cinnamon Bay Self-Guiding Trail
I’ve identified almost 100 trails throughout St. John each with its own advantages, highlights and challenges. One trail that almost everyone could enjoy is the Cinnamon Bay Self-Guiding Trail also known as the Cinnamon Bay Loop Trail. It’s relatively easy, only a half mile in length, no real hills and cool forest shade. Moreover, much of it is even handicap accessible. The highlights of the trail include the remains of an historic sugar and bay rum factory, a walk through a aromativ bay rum forest, an old Danish graveyard, a several specimens of dry forest flora including mammee apples, mangos and a cocoa tree, sometimes bearing their red chocolate fruits.
To help answer the question, “which trail should I choose today,” check out St John Off the Beaten Track
St. John News
Maho Bay Blog
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
We don’t know much and the future is still very unclear, but this is the latest newsletter sent concerning the land we sit on:
Dear Campers, Staff and All Interested,
We have just discovered that the property which Maho Bay Camps sits upon has officially been sold. The only information that has been released, is that a direct sale to an unknown buyer took place on 12/27/2012 for $13,950,000. No one is releasing any more details. We do not know who they are or their intentions. All we know is that we are only taking reservations until we close on May 15, 2013. We will continue to update you as we find out more.
We hope you have a blessed New Year and get to come visit us one last time.
St. John Surfers Devon O’Neil and Galen Stamford challenge the snow-covered mountains of Colorado
Riding the Wave by Devon O’Neil
St. John Weather
Clear with rain showers in the morning, then partly cloudy.
High of 84 degrees F
Breezy: Winds from the ENE at 20 to 25 mph
Chance of rain 20%.
Water Temperature (Charlotte Amalie Harbor) 83 dgrees F
Sunrise: 6:52 AM AST – Sunset 5:57 PM AST