Krum Bay, St. Thomas
Krum Bay is where the electric power and water desalination plants are. It is also home to one of the oldest pre-Colombian sites in the Virgin Islands. Evidence of human occupation in this deep sheltered bay goes back to between 1000 BC and 200 BC. You can read a little bit more about it HERE. Now the bay is kind of like the "industrial" area of the island.
Other K Names:
Kiddel Bay, St. John
King Hill, St. John
Klein Bay, St. John: The name comes from the Dutch and German word meaning small.
Klok Hill, St. Thomas: If you're sitting on the left side of the plane as you fly into St. Thomas, Klok Hill may be one of the first glimspes you get of the island.
Knoll Point, St. Thomas
Konink Point, St. Thomas
Krabbepan Point, St. Thomas
Kronprindsens Estate, St. Thomas
Kaserne Hill, St. Croix
Kirkegaard Hill, St. Croix: I LOVE this name.
Knight Bay, St. Croix
Krause Lagoon, St. Croix
Krystal Gade (pronounced ga-da, it means street in Danish)
It is so named because at the top of the hill was the first house to have glass in its windows. Bringing glass panes all the way from Europe or North America was very expensive. The house, called the Crystal Palace still stands and (unabashed promotion here) is owned and operated as a B and B by one of my high school classmates.