Virgin Islands National Park
The Virgin Islands National Park is comprised of over 7,000 acres of terrestrial habitat, which is about 60%, of the island's land mass. The park also includes 5,650 acres of adjacent submerged lands. The park owns the ridge tops to the reefs providing protection and preservation for tropical and migrating birds, fish, corals and other marine life, as well as some 800 species of plants.
The National Park Service offers one of the most popular hikes on the island at Reef Bay Trail. This is a strenuous hike that will take you past some of the oldest and tallest trees on the island. Danish sugar plantation ruins, stone walls from cattle grazing, and ancient rock carvings left behind by the pre-Colombian Taino can be found along the trail. During rainy season the waterfall can be spectacular.
The National Park Service website has all the information you will need about visiting this amazing park.