Camp Howard M. Wall
Explore the hidden treasures of St. Croix at Camp Wall
Located on the southern coast of St.Croix, the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Camp Howard M. Wall is your stepping stone to untold island adventures.
St. Croix is just a two and a half hour plane ride from Miami. Camp Wall is a hidden treasure on the island, offering 17 acres of open campground with beach frontage. In addition to tent camping, the camp includes a main building for orientation, a large full kitchen, three large covered open pavilions, a climbing wall and advanced COPE course, a shooting range, kayaks and royaks, and an amazing view of the Caribbean Sea. Other activities include:
- Swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving
- Sailing to Buck Island Reef National Monument
- Turtle watching at Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge, home of the largest nesting population of leatherback sea turtles in the U.S.
- Visiting Salt River Bay National Park and Ecological Preserve, site of Columbus’ second voyage landing and first recorded encounter with early inhabitants. The park is one of seven places in the world to offer bioluminescent kayak tours. (Available at night during certain seasons)
- Fishing for reef fish, tuna, dolphin (mahi-mahi), wahoo and marlin
- Visiting Whim Great House and learning the island’s cultural history, when sugar was king
- Hiking isolated beaches, New Caledonia Gut and the rain forest
- Learning about Maroon Ridge
- Enjoying West Indian food (man soup) and culture
For more information
- To book your adventure during July/August 2016, please contact Camp Wall via email or call 301-530-9360.
- For summer program-related questions, please contact Jeff Berger via email or call 301-530-9360.
- For arrangements at other times of the year, please contact Michael Dow, District Executive via email or call 340-277-2655.