When planning your beach vacation there is no need to update your passport, not with all the wonderful beach destinations available in the United States. We are fortunate to live in one of the most geographically diverse countries in the world and with over 12,000 estimated miles of beach there is no need to look elsewhere for Sun, Sea and Surf.
* Marconi Beach, Massachusetts is part of the Cap Cod National Sea Shore. It offers a fairly flat beach, making it an attractive location for skim boarders. It is located on the Atlantic side of the Bay, offering surfing and boogie boarding fun. Ideal vacationing is during July and August.
*Charlestown, Rhode Island offers peaceful, town beaches the beach front cottages for visitors. These beaches are lovely and serene, excellent for a less energetic getaway. In August, Charlestown hosts a seafood festival with upwards of 125 vendors.
*Tybee Island, Georgia is a barrier island just 18 miles from historic Savannah. It offers three mils of uninterrupted beach for the ultimate beach enthusiast. The atmosphere is laid back and relaxing and the community offers some fantastic Southern hospitality.
*Outer Banks, North Carolina with beaches that stretch 90 miles of barrier island has manageable, consistent waves that make for fun in the surf. It offers incredible beach side house or condo rentals.
*Saint Augustine, Florida is the oldest city in the United States and has more to offer than just their fabulous beach; living history museums, wild animal reserves, dining and shopping for a full weekend of fun.
*Cannon Beach, Oregon is known for Haystack Rock which rises 235 feet above the sandy beaches. The surrounding terrain is rugged and a outdoor enthusiasts dream. Ideal travel time is July and August.
*Half Moon Bay, California has some of the most beautiful coastline California has to offer. It is a quaint town, located 28 miles south of San Francisco, that has kept a small town feel.
*Coronado Beach, San Diego from this point south the coastline is nothing but beach all the way down to Mexico. The surfer lifestyle was born on these beaches and with ample opportunities for fun in the sun.
With such diverse ocean frontage, the United States has something to offer everyone. Fun in the sun, sea, and surf is readily available, from quaint, peaceful getaways to action packed excursions, we have it all.