The first beach comes to us from North Carolina. Nags Head Beach, The Outer Banks to be exact. This beach is a 130 mile string of barrier islands. This beach has immaculate beaches, vast fishing, and some remarkable history as well as sight seeing.
St. George Island State Park Beach, St. George Island, FL will be our second beach. This beach can be found in Florida?s panhandle with the Gulf of Mexico and Apalachicola Bay on each side.
Glorietta Bay Beach, Coronado, CA. is in third place with year round humid weather, a calm surf area, and a place to have a nice family picnic with tables and a park.
Bowman?s Beach, Sanibel Island, FL is our next top spot. Being located on the gulf side of FL, with an impressive place for shelling, low waters, and white sandy beaches.
Hilton Head Island Beach, Hilton Head, South Carolina will be our fifth spot. This popular little island has 12 miles of beach and ample room for whale watching.
Indiana Dunes State Park Beach, Michigan City, Indiana is 6th. You?ll have 3 miles here to wander around the soft sand and vast in the sun.
Our 7th beach is Bathtub Beach, Stuart, FL. If you are looking to find a place that is great for surfing, this would be it. The surf can get big here and the reef offshore produces a lagoon like result of shallow, calm water.
Stewart Beach, Galveston, TX is next with a lot of beach options. Volleyball, sand castles contests and concerts for the entire family.
Higbee Beach, Cape May, NJ is ninth. Great place for bird and whale watching during the season. However, this beach is also a clothing optional beach.
Last but not least is Mayo Beach, Cape Cod, MA. Here you will find plenty of fishing to do. A playground for the kids across the street and calm waters to relax you while you bath in the sun.