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Best Beaches in the USA

7 of the Best Beaches in the USA

Best Beaches in the USA for Your Summer Vacation

Are you ready to plan a summer getaway to one of the best beaches in the USA?

Because of COVID-19, many US travelers are vacationing stateside this year. Popular beach locations — like Myrtle, Maui, and Santa Monica — will likely see an influx of tourists desperate to escape. But instead of steering clients toward the mainstays, why not introduce options a little bit out of the ordinary?

Destin Beach, Florida

South Beach and Key West usually rank as Florida’s best beaches, but Destin is also a blast. It’s a rollicking getaway for the Lake-Havasu-adjacent crowd that also works for families. The water is Caribbean blue, and the sand is silky white. But fair warning, it does get crowded. So if clients are concerned about crowds, Destin may not be the best choice.

Hither Hills State Park, Long Island

Hither Hills State Park is an excellent choice for families and couples alike. Located near Montauk, Hither Hills sports golden sands, 189 campsites, and parking for RVs. Take a walk with the family through the dunes and roast marshmallows together over a seaside fire. Hither Hills is the kind of place where wholesome memories are made, and it qualifies as one of the country’s best beaches — although it’s seriously underrated.

Cannon Beach, Oregon

Shutterbugs should run, not walk, to Oregon’s Cannon Beach. The town’s motto says it all: “There Is Magic Here.” The region regularly lands on most-beautiful landscape lists, and its Pacific Northwest charm is difficult to beat. Moreover, Cannon Beach is home to Haystack Rock, a massive boulder that juts out of the water about 200 feet from the shoreline. During low tide, you can walk right up to it!

A quaint town supports Cannon Beach, complete with art galleries, great restaurants, and cute accommodations. It works for couples in search of romance as well as families with grumpy teenagers.

Seal Beach, California

With its smooth blonde sands and dramatic coastline, Seal Beach is an Orange County enclave and one of the best beaches in the US. Most people in southern California head to Laguna, Huntington, and Newport Beaches for the scene. Conversely, Seal Beach is for folks looking to chill off the beaten path.

In a nutshell, it’s twice the beauty with half the crowds. Plus, there’s also a wildlife refuge nearby.

Bethany Beach, Delaware

Do you have a client who’s a little LESS rock-n-roll? If so, Delaware’s Bethany Beach may be their vacation match. A few hours southeast of Washington, DC, Bethany Beach is a lovely getaway with some strict rules. Boating, pets, alcohol, and beach sports are all prohibited when lifeguards are on duty. In other words, it’s the opposite of Ocean City, which is just 15 miles north.

Cape May, New Jersey

Home to the nation’s oldest seaside resort, and just an hour south of Atlantic City, Cape May is an oft-overlooked beach destination that’s perfect for the Antiques Roadshow crowd. Situated on the Jersey Shore, Cape May is a designated National Historic District with over 600 Victorian buildings.

Bauble shops line the downtown corridor, historic house tours are always on tap, and visitors love to indulge in carriage rides, beach-side concerts, and world-class golf.

Folly Beach, South Carolina

One of the Sea Islands off the coast of South Carolina, locals call it “the edge of America,” and Folly Beach certainly has an out-of-time charm. A mere 12 miles south of Charleston, Folly Beach is peppered with low-rise hotels, bed and breakfasts, and vacation houses that accommodate all budgets. There’s a 1,045-foot-long pier for fishing, and The Washout is where surfers catch waves. Kayaking, biking, sailing, and paddleboarding rentals also line the shore, making it an excellent choice for outdoorsy types and families alike.

 

Soon your clients will be on the hunt for beach vacation ideas. We hope our list of the best beaches in the US inspires ideas!

Jon Williams

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