International Historic Site

Saint Croix Island Dog Policy

Saint Croix Island International Historic Site is Dog Friendly

Dogs Allowed
with 6' Leash []

Saint Croix Island International Historic Site preserves the history of a French expedition led by Pierre Dugua in 1604-1605. While there are no longer any signs of the original settlement, the site offers a historic interpretive trail, bird watch, enjoy the scenery, or speak with rangers.

The site includes both the actual island, and the mainland site that is accessible by car. The trail and ranger station are on the mainland. The only access to the island is by private boat, but it's not recommended to preserve the ecosystem on the island, itself.

Saint Croix Island International Historic Site is dog friendly. While dogs are not allowed inside buildings, they are allowed on the grounds and the trail while on a leash.


Annual Visitors

Trail Policy

Dogs are allowed on the short, 0.2 mile, interpretive trail while on a leash no longer than 6'.

Location & Map


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