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Lagoon Point

Lagoon Point
Lagoon Point

Lagoon Point is an excellent example of a Caribbean fringing reef and is unique, because unlike Buck Island or Tague Bay, this site represents a protected reef. The site also includes a mangrove area and a salt pond.

Location: St. John Island, VI

Year designated: 1980

Acres: 74

Ownership: Virgin Islands Government, Private


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Last Updated: June 28, 2012