|DAILY RATE||$2.00 Age 12 and older; under 12 admission is free||$5.00 Age 12 and older; under 12 admission is free|
|MONTHLY PASS INDIVIDUAL||$25.00||$40.00|
|MONTHLY PASS COUPLE - 2 ADULTS||$35.00||$70.00|
|MONTHLY PASS FAMILY - 4 ADULTS||$55.00||$130.00|
Resident Monthly Pass: $15 per individual/ $25 Family / $10 per Senior (must present a USVI Seniors Card)
* Passes will apply to both parks and include parking * $2 card replacement fee.
Speed limit – 10mph
No driving on the beach
No firearms or weapons
No metal detectors
No glass bottles
No pets (except service animals)
No jet skis
No nudity (bathing suit required)
No dumping of personal trash
Destruction of buildings, trees or shrubbery is punishable by law
Welcome to Magens Bay Park and Beach, part of the Magens Bay Watershed Area of Particular Concern. Please cooperate and observe the rules to assure the quality of the environment remains high for users of the bay as well as birds and sea life. The adjacent map shows the line from Picara Point to Lerkenlund Bay which marks the restricted navigation area or no wake speed zone (about 6 m.p.h.)
While in Magens Bay, please follow the marine rules and regula- tions set forth by the US Coast Guard, the USVI Department of Planning and Natural Resources and all other marine governing bodies. Guests are required to obey the Managers, Lifeguards and Security Officers of the Magens Bay Authority. Passengers com- ing on shore to enjoy the beach, its services and amenities are subject to usage fees, as are those entering the Park to board ves- sels. Payment is made at the gatehouse or online via PayPal. Vessels not adhering to the rules and regulations will be reported to the appropriate agencies, and may be subject to fines.
|DAILY RATE||$2.00 per day||$5.00 per day|
|PARKING||$2.00 per vehicle (no overnight parking)|
|TENTS||$25.00 per day|
|TRASH DISPOSAL||$5.00 per bag (please call ahead to arrange)|
Children 12 and under - free
VESSEL RULES & REGULATIONS
Vessels are required to have a mooring permit from DPNR to anchor in Magens Bay and may be asked to present the permit upon request.
No wake within the restricted navigation area indicated on map.
Anchoring permitted 100 feet seaward of the boat buoys; no anchoring permitted south of Pavilion 4.
No rafting of vessels.
Vessel access is located at the north end of the beach be-
tween the last buoy and the rocks.
Vessels may be in gear but should NOT use throttle when approaching the swim area for drop off.
Vessels are limited to 15 mins for unloading and loading on the shore.
Dinghies or tethers may not be stored on the beach. Vessels left on the beach are subject to removal.
No dumping of trash or discharge of waste off the vessel.
Fireworks without appropriate permitting are prohibited.
No music louder than 90 decibels as measured 10 feet from the source.
Use of underwater lights, including underwater vessel lights, is prohibited.
Kayaks, paddle boards and other personal watercraft are prohibited in the swim area.