Columbus Cove

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Columbus Cove
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Doodley
30 bidrag
sep. 2020
This is what natural wild beach looks like! Read some history of the Arawaks before going-your imagination will fill in the rest. Is the hammerhead still cruising the area?
Skrevet 3. august 2021
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Meg_and_Mike_82
Saint Louis, MO21 bidrag
feb. 2019 • Par
Many St Croix beaches are rocky but this one is sandy well into the water. There are no amenities (restrooms, bars) so it was very peaceful.
Skrevet 16. februar 2019
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spatts
Kalamazoo, MI271 bidrag
apr. 2018
Bactracking, even with the aid of a map, and I never got down to this site. Absolutely zero signage identifying roads or promoting the location. I guess it isn't an important enough site to guide tourists to? Actually the mountain drive looking down on the bay was interesting, but with only two lanes and sometimes one, a bit treacherous to get out to photograph. I know the hurricane took down a good number of signs, but 6 months later and I doubt anyone cares. Very disappointed and a wasted attempt.
Skrevet 12. april 2018
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Traveler
Boone, NC323 bidrag
aug. 2017 • Par
One faded sign and garbage will greet you at this lackluster point, there are way prettier places to view the bay. Go visit the preserve at the top of the hill for some history instead.
Skrevet 5. august 2017
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Sassysm0m
Beaumont, Tx31 bidrag
mai 2017 • Familie
This is one of those sights that you can say you visited where Columbus landed but there is not a lot to it! Beautiful sight, but no markers or anything.
Skrevet 9. juni 2017
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4girls4us
373 bidrag
apr. 2017 • Familie
Columbus didn't actually set food on the land. He anchored in the bay and sent people ashore. Area is unkept and uninspiring. We spent maybe 5 minutes here. We then drove up the hill to the national park museum that had more information.
Skrevet 1. mai 2017
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Rongone4
Red Lion, PA45 bidrag
nov. 2015 • Par
A visit to Columbus Landing at Salt River Inlet is worthwhile to say you were there at one spot that there is documented proof of a landing party from Columbus making landfall. The beach is not that great. There are no facilities at the beach. The stone plaque laid by the National Park Service cannot be located sometimes because it gets overgrown. You can stop at Salt River Marina for a drink or something to eat, but I'd recommend driving out the North shore road to Off the Wall or Eat at Cane Bay. The visitor center (big white house with tower on top of the hill overlooking Columbus Landing) is open sometimes and closed sometimes. The people at the visitor center might be helpful and they might not be helpful.

We are quite familiar with this location since we lived in the house that is now the visitor center for 8 years before it was sold to the VI dept. of tourism. I think you'd have more fun driving out to Cane Bay then up over the "Beast" and up into the rain forest to Monpelier Domino Club to see the beer drinking pigs.
Skrevet 28. juli 2016
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Stanley K
Watersmeet, MI555 bidrag
feb. 2016 • Par
From Christiansted, take Northside Road (Highway 75 West) and turn right onto Highway 80 (North Shore Road). The entrance for Salt River Marina will be on your right hand side. Turn there and pass the Salt River Marina. This road will dead end at Columbus Landing. Watch for the signs for Salt River Bay Historical and Ecological Preserve. This beach was the site of a native village in the 1400’s and is historically significant because of the encounter between Christopher Columbus’ crew with the natives in his second journey to the America’s in 1493.  There is a visitors center on the hill, accessible by dirt road (beware of large ruts and potholes). Volunteers are happy to talk with you. It opens at 9AM.
Skrevet 4. februar 2016
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PaulRussi
McKinney, TX104 bidrag
okt. 2015 • Par
I was very interested to be here because of its significance. There was an informational sign that explained the site's significance, which was interesting. However, it noted a fort that is still present that Columbus and his crew built, but did not tell you where it was. Also, there was a decent amount of trash around the site. It was disappointing; I wish there was more maintenance of the site.
Skrevet 21. oktober 2015
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Mitchpins
7 bidrag
feb. 2015
We drove all the way there from gallows bay, was quite a hassle to find it and it wasn't anything spectacular. Very interesting for the history, but unless you're around the area not very much point of the drive.
Skrevet 22. februar 2015
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