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The St. Croix Heritage Trail is a 72-mile driving tour connecting the Caribbean island's historic sites and attractions and includes many significant natural areas. Historic marker road signs with the trail's brown and white sugar mill symbol guide visitors along the route which runs between Frederiksted and Christiansted, primarily along Centerline Road, extending north to Hamm's Bay in the west and Point Udall in the East.

Providing linkages between attractions such as Estate Whim Plantation Museum, St. George Village Botanical Garden, and the island's two historic districts, the trail also includes many lesser-known places such as the sugar plantation ruins at Rust op Twist, the Senepol Cattle cultural landscape of the South Shore, Smithen's Garden Market, where you can sample freshly-squeezed cane juice and Maroon Ridge overlook. The St. Croix Heritage Trail goes along scenic coastline, through cattle country, tropical forest and to historic seaport towns. It's a very diverse island in many ways.