Jack's Bay Beach, St. Croix
Blog Post - April 9, 2021
Jack's Bay Beach is located on the southeast side of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The water was overall calm and crystal clear in certain areas. It did have a lot of seaweed when we visited.
Jack’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 1.2 miles and made it to the beach. We passed by Isaac's Bay Beach to get there.
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. We took a small cooler with us to carry our food and drinks.
Because it's remote, it wasn't crowded at all. We only saw one other person on the beach.
This is the view at the trailhead:
As you're hiking, you will pass Isaac's Bay Beach on your way. Stay on the trail and keep heading toward Jack's Bay Beach.
After hiking up a big hill, when you look back you'll have an amazing view of Isaac's Bay Beach!
As you make your way over the steep hill, you'll have a view of Jack's Bay Beach. You will have to hike to the far end of Jack's Bay to reach the beach access.
You'll see a sign pointing toward Jack's Bay Beach when you get there.
You'll know you're there when you see a big red pavilion.
Once you finally reach the beach, these are some of the amazing views!
The middle of the beach had a lot of seaweed buildup, but keep going because the end of the beach is worth it.
This is the view of the end of Jack's Bay Beach. The sand is soft and the water was crystal clear.
There's a rocky area at the end. This is the view looking back at Jack's Bay Beach.
This is the view of the end of the beach from the water.
Jack's Bay Beach was amazing! We only saw 1 other person the whole time we were there. We loved the seclusion and can't wait to go back.
There are no costs to visit Jack's Bay Beach in St. Croix.
Parking Fee: Free
Entrance Fee: Free
Total cost: $0
These are the checklist items I recommend:
- Bring a plenty of water and some snacks
- We took a small cooler to keep our drinks and lunch cool
- Bring a hat to keep the sun off of your face.
- Snorkeling Gear.
- This video was filmed with a 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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