Come October 1, a new company is in charge of services at Trunk Bay and Cinnamon Bay.
Redwood Parks Company LLC has been awarded a 15 year concessions contract from the National Park Service, replacing Caneel Bay, which has operated all the commercial services at Trunk and Cinnamon for the past 40 years.
The new company will add more cottages and eco-tents at Cinnamon Bay and a new food and beverage facility and a new retail outlet at Trunk Bay.
“Redwood Parks Company operates outdoor adventure and resort destinations for municipalities, state parks, national parks and local tribal nations. In the US Virgin Islands, we’ll look to the National Park Service, local residents and current employees for guidance on how to be a good steward and member of the community,” said Redwood Parks founder Brian Stewart in a statement.
“Cinnamon Bay and Trunk Bay are magnificent destinations that will benefit tremendously from new facilities and improved services.”
You can get a pretty good cheeseburger at Trunk Bay. And, one of the best rum punches on the island.