Club St. Croix Beach & Tennis Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

3280 Estate Golden Rock, Rte 752, Christiansted, St. Croix, 00820, Caribbean
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Travel Tips for Christiansted

Parades

by grandmaR

I guess any excuse is a good excuse for a parade. My first inkling that something was going on was seeing a whole bunch of baton twirling little girls all dressed in royal blue with white boots in the front of the fort. Then a stake body truck with huge speakers in the back playing at full volume came up the road. The parade forumed up with four National Guard flag bearers directly behind the truck (being deafened), and then the whole platoon of baton twirlers all the way from about 5 years old on up. After them came the Little League aged baseball teams. When I asked, I was told that was to be a baseball tournament, and they were marching up to the ball fields. I guess it was the end of season parade This was the internet announcement for another parade at the beginning of the 2010 season:

The Elmo Plaskett West Little League is pleased to announce the opening of the 2010 season. The season begins with a parade beginning at the Whim bus shanty and proceeds to the Renholdt Jackson Sports Complex. All three divisions will participate. They include the t-ball division ages 5 and 6, developmental division ages 7 to 9 and the junior division, ages 10 to 12.

Parade participants need to be present at 11:30 a.m. The parade moves out at 12:15 p.m., with the opening ceremony starting shortly after, the teams arrive to the park.

Three games will be played on Saturday starting at 1 p.m. Sunday’s games start at 1 p.m. Three games will be played on the Saturdays and Sundays, with two evening games played on Friday night.Plaskett East Little League opening day

This was the announcement for the start of the 2009 season

ST. CROIX - The Elmo Plaskett East Little League will have opening day for the 2009 season on Saturday. The parade of teams, led by The St. Croix Majorettes and the Central High Junior ROTC, will leave American Legion Hall at 11 a.m. and proceed to D.C. Canegata Ballpark.

All teams are asked to assemble in their uniforms at American Legion Hall at 11:30 sharp. Opening ceremonies will begin at Noon with three games to follow beginning at 1:30 p.m.

Casual dress

by lewatts

We were told to "dress for dinner" while on the island. Once we got there we realized that t-shirts and shorts are island formal, and dressing for dinner means not wearing a bathing suit. There's no need to dress up, and with most of the restaurants being open, prepare to be warm.

Hike to Annaly Bay Pools

by Pattons

There is a beautiful secret hike to Annaly Bay Pools. If you are a visitor to the island it is best to have a guide take you there. The hike can be a little hard in spots especially if you are not used to hiking.
You can get there by parking at the Carambola Beach resort and entering the hike path near the resorts generator buildings. The hike path is usually pretty well marked. If you prefer a guide contact
Ay-Ay Ecotours.340/772-4079

Historic City

by grandmaR

Christiansted is the former capital of the Danish West Indies. It is one of the two main towns on St. Croix (the largest one and least touristed of the U.S. Virgin Islands) and home to the Christiansted National Historic Site.

Christiansted, St. Croix USVI

by steph4867

St Croix (you can say it 'St Croy') is less developed than rowdy St Thomas, so it's a good place to change down a gear, find isolated beaches and bend the elbow with locals not engaged in the tourist industry. The island, the largest in the Virgin Islands, is composed of forested hills and fertile lowlands and is surrounded by coral reefs. At its commercial height St Croix had about 100 sugar plantations, and decaying plantation houses and the stone towers of their windmills still litter the landscape today.

Once the capital of the entire Danish colony, pastel-painted Christiansted has been accused of being the prettiest town in the Caribbean. Clustered around the atmospheric harbor are the clean lines of old Danish warehouses, a customs house, government buildings and a church. Some of the town's oldest buildings are constructed from distinctive Danish bricks that were carried to the Caribbean as ballast. Fort Christiansted, at the eastern end of town, has great views of the harbor and settlement from its cannon-studded ramparts. It was built in 1749 and protected the town from pirates and unruly slaves until 1878 when it was converted to a police station. Also in Christiansted is a flash aquarium notable for the fact that it rotates its fishy residents every few months to keep them perky.

Most of St Croix's excellent diving is to be found along its northern coast. The best hikes are in the hilly, forested northwestern corner of the island. The forest peters out in the southwest, turning into salt pans and mangrove. Sandy Point, in the extreme southwest is one of only two leatherback turtle nesting grounds in the Caribbean. If you want to celebrate the continued existence of these enormous creatures, the Cruzan Rum Distillery in nearby Frederiksted gives guided tours and free tastings. Frederiksted is just as cute as Christiansted but the town is largely given over to the duty free frenzy and it dies when there aren't captive cruiseshipping shoppers.

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Address: 3280 Estate Golden Rock, Rte 752, Christiansted, St. Croix, 00820, Caribbean