Isaac Bay, St. Croix
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Isaac Bay provides a secluded beach with good conditions for swimming and a picturesque barrier reef for snorkelling. Plenty of colorful and exotic fish populate the area close to shore. Be aware that the only way of reaching the area is with an off-road vehicle, and then an uphill 15-20 minute trek, but the reward is the serenity of a remote beach with hardly any human life in the immediate vicinity. Be sure not to leave any valuables in your car before your trek to the beach. By using our St. Croix trip itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Isaac Bay and other attractions in St. Croix.
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We parked in that small dirt lot on the right before getting to Point Udall. There is an a trail that starts next to that parking lot and takes you to Isaac Bay. We made sure to bring a small cooler w... read more »
My wife and I hiked down to Isaac's beach and continued on to another beach. We went early in the day and were alone the entire time. We felt very safe on the hike and left the car parked with the win... read more »
The hike down is worth every hot, sweaty minute. There are scratchy plants and bugs, but it's so unbelievably beautiful it's hard to complain. Once you arrive down at the perfect postcard-worthy beach... read more »
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