Resources For Visiting Virgin Islands National Park

This is where you can find websites, helpful phone numbers, friends groups and cooperating associations, and, sometimes, books related to the park.

Virgin Islands National Park: www.nps.gov/viis

Visitor Information

(340) 776-6201, ext 238

Headquarters

(340) 776-6201

Fees

There is no charge for entrance into the park. However, a daily user-fee is collected at Trunk Bay. Children age 16 and can enter for free; adult access is $4 per person; individual annual pass costs $10, a family annual pass $15. Golden Age and Golden Access annual cardholders are admitted at half-pride.

There is a self-registration fee of $15.00 for overnight anchoring or mooring between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. Golden Age/Access Passport holders pay half price. Overnight fees must be paid prior to spending the night.


Overnight stays in the park waters are limited to 30 nights in a particular calender year, and no more than seven consecutive nights in one bay.

Payment stations are located at Cruz Bay Finger Pier, Caneel Bay Watersports Shop, Hawksnest Bay, Maho Bay Camp, Leinster Bay, Saltpond Bay, and Great Lameshur Bay.

For maps on the park, visit this page.


Friends Groups and Cooperating Associations

The Friends of Virgin Islands National Park has become a valuable private sector partner to Virgin Islands National Park. The Friends provide beneficial assistance by financially supporting educational programs, cultural and historic research, and various resource protection activities in the Park.

Eastern National is a non-profit cooperating association, operating in more than 150 national parks and other public trusts. Eastern National currently operates educational retail outlets in 30 states, from Maine to Florida and the Caribbean. They have been and continue to be the cooperating association at Virgin Islands National Park. Eastern National products, programs and publications have a strong educational value. Profits from our activities are donated to the National Park Service and our other partners to further support their educational and interpretive programs.