Reef2Peak is located on Maho Bay, St. John, U.S.V.I

Directions to Maho Bay

From Cruz Bay take Route 20 (North Shore Road) approximately 5 miles. There is a small parking area on the beach side of the road where you'll also find the restrooms. We are located across the street from the restrooms, next to the new Maho Crossroads development. There is also a larger parking area at the eastern end of Maho Bay.

Directions to Haulover Bay

From Cruz Bay, take Centerline Road (Highway 10) to Coral Bay.  At the welcome to Coral Bay sign you are exactly 3 miles away.  Drive past Skinny Legs go up a hill and down, you enter the National Park and can see the Brown Bay trail sign on the left.  Proceed up another hill and down to Princess Bay.  Go up one final rollercoaster hill, notice the ocean on either side as you saddle the ridge line and once you reach the bottom of the hill you have arrived.  We try to park our trailer on the left.

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Directions to the Brown Bay Trailhead

Starting at the "Welcome to Coral Bay" sign in Coral Bay, go east for about 1 mile on Route 10. After you pass Estate Zootenvaal, you will cross a small concrete bridge. You will see a sign for Brown Bay on the left. Parking is available on the dirt road.

Directions to Princess Bay

From Cruz Bay, take Centerline Road (Highway 10) to Coral Bay. You will stay on Centerline all the way to Princess Bay. Princess Bay is on the right 1.5 miles past Skinny Legs Bar & Grill in Coral Bay. You will pass signs for Estate Zootenvaal and the Brown Bay Trailhead on the way.

Directions to Leinster Bay Trailhead & Waterlemon Cay

The parking area is across from Mary's Creek, just below the Annaberg Plantation ruins. Parking is free and there is also overflow parking along the street.

Directions to Salt Pond & Drunk Bay Parking Area

Starting at the "Welcome to Coral Bay" sign in Coral Bay, take route 107 heading south for 3.9 miles. Parking is free at the trail head to Salt Pond Bay.