With the closing of Maho Bay Campgrounds many are searching for that same camping experience on St John. Although Maho will always be in the hearts and memories of so many St John ecotourists, there are several options for those seeking the unique experience of camping in the Virgin Islands on St John.
Cinnamon Bay Campgrounds
Destroyed during the 2017 CAT5 hurricanes – Cinnamon Bay is set to reopen for camping in December of 2021.
With access to one of St John’s most beautiful beaches, Cinnamon Bay Campgrounds ranks as one of the best spots to camp on St John. For more info: www.cinnamonbayvi.com
Concordia Eco Resort
Almost completely destroyed in the double CAT5 hurricanes of 2017. The new owner has reportedly made some progress on site clean up and rebuilding a limited number of accommodations. However, we didn’t receive a reply via the email or tel# on they web site : ( For now, here are some alternatives: https://stjohn-villarentals.com/concordia-eco-resort-alternatives/
This Virgin Islands campground paradise sits perched at the top of St. John, and boasts sweeping views of Hawksnest and Caneel Bays, St. Thomas, and the Caribbean Sea right from your tent window. The campground has a community power source, permanent bathrooms with running water, and an outdoor camp shower (not heated) stocked with toiletries. Also at camp is a stocked coffee station, electric griddle (for cooking or boiling water), silverware and dish washing supplies, and a cooler for community use. (912) 657-2564 or www.campstjohn.com
Lovango Resort & Beach Club
Located on a secluded island just 10 minutes by boat from Cruz Bay, St John. Day Guests can enjoy the Beach Club, water sports rentals and restaurant. Lux’ villa rentals and glamping accommodations available for longer stays.
Toll Free U.S./Canada: 833-L.O.V.A.N.G.O. (568-2646)
BEACH CLUB, MOORINGS + RESTAURANT