Isaac's Bay Beach, St. Croix
Blog Post - April 9, 2021
Isaac's Bay Beach is located on the southeast side of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The water was overall calm and great for snorkeling. Isaac’s Bay Beach is protected by the Nature Conservatory.
After we parked at the small parking lot at Jack and Isaac Bay Preserve Trailhead, we hiked for about 0.5 miles and made it to the beach. This beach is beautiful to hike and has nice soft sand.
This is a remote beach, so there are no services available. You will need to bring your own food, water, and anything else you might want.
Because it is remote, it wasn't crowded at all. This was one of our favorite beaches on St. Croix.
This is the view from the trail. You can see how clear the water is.
This is the view of the parking lot for Isaac's Bay Beach.
Isaac's Bay Beach has 3 signs to explain how this is a protected area.
This is the view from the trail on our way to Isaac's Bay Beach.
This is the view of the end of the trail to Isaac's Bay Beach. There is a staircase down to the beach.
This are some of the beach views!
We absolutely loved Isaac's Bay Beach and can't wait to go back!
Parking Fee: Free
Entrance Fee: Free
Total cost: $0
These are the checklist items I recommend:
- Bring a plenty of water and some snacks
- Bring a hat to keep the sun off of your face.
- You'll hike a dirt trail to get there, so wear some shoes, flip flops, or water shoes to protect your feet.
- Snorkeling Gear.
- Go Pro Hero 9 Black video camera
- Go Pro 3-Way Grip to hold the camera out in front of you.
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