Owned and operated by a campground, this is the place for swimming, sunning, picnics, water sports and snorkeling. There’s also a small convenience store, a restaurant and snack bar, locker rooms, restrooms, showers, picnic tables, telephone service and grilling pits. There’s also an activities coordinator and Cinnamon Bay Watersports through which you can book snorkel, scuba or windsurfing lessons, book a cocktail cruise or rent kayaks and sailboats. Enjoy a day hike along the Cinnamon Bay Loop or Cinnamon Bay Trail. Step into a little more seclusion by walking over to Little Cinnamon Bay. Beginner snorkelers can observe plenty of sea creatures and vegetation by walking into the water and swimming along the rocks. For more advanced snorkelers, go a little further out and take a look around Cinnamon Cay – a little island just off the shore. The shore of this bay is one of the few destinations at St. John that has northern swells for surfers to enjoy. You can easily drive to Cinnamon Bay Beach or take the taxi bus to the beach parking lot and the beach is just a quarter mile walk from there.