60 Beaches in United States that you should visit - With photos & details

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60 Beaches to explore in United States

Third largest and third most populous country in the world. Size-wise, it is almost as large as the continent of Europe.

Back Bay National Wildlife RefugeVirginia Beach, VA, USA

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) contains over 9,200 acres. Habitats include beach, dunes, woodland, and freshwater marsh. The majority of refuge marshlands are on islands contained within the waters of the Back Bay. Thousands of geese, swans and a large variety of ducks visit Back Bay NWR during the winter migration,

Balboa Pier1 Balboa Pier, Newport Beach, CA 92661, USA

A popular fishing spot. The pilings are home to a large population of starfish that feed on the large colonies of mussels growing there, and are easily spotted at low tide.

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park1200 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149, USA

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Recreation Area occupies approximately the southern third of the island of Key Biscayne. This park includes the Cape Florida Lighthouse, the oldest standing structure in Greater Miami.  it was ranked as having the 8th best beach in the country.

Black's BeachBlack's Beach, San Diego, CA 92037, USA

A secluded section of beach beneath the bluffs of Torrey Pines. Stingrays can be found along the coastline when the water gets above 50 degrees.

Caladesi Island State ParkCaladesi Island State Park, Florida, USA

A three-mile nature trail, a marina, picnic pavilions, bathhouses, a park concession stand, and a beach is what you will encounter in Caladesi Island State Park. The Caladesi Island beach was listed as the best beach in United States by Dr. Beach in 2008.

Cape Florida LighthouseCape Florida Lighthouse, Key Biscayne, FL 33149, USA

Standing tall and majestically along the south end of the Key Biscayne shoreline, the Cape Florida lighthouse is a staggering sight. It’s a beautiful piece of history and it’s a treasure that has withstood more than its share of wear and tear over the decades. The lighthouse was put back into use in 1978 by the U.S. Coast Guard to mark the Florida Channel, the deepest natural channel into Biscayne Bay. They decommissioned it in 1990.

Dead Horse BayDead Horse Bay, Brooklyn, NY 11234, USA

This is a beautiful beach located in the Jamaica bay of Brooklyn. The bay has become a sort of mecca for those looking for unusual things to do in NYC. The beach is situated next to an old landfill and it is covered with old bottles, old toys, even old bicycles.  The years-old things that left here is now so beautiful to see.

Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park6503 N Ocean Dr, Dania Beach, FL 33004, USA

The park, opened in 1953, was originally the first beach open to African Americans in Broward County.

The park preserves Fort Jefferson and the seven Dry Tortugas islands, the westernmost and most isolated of the Florida Keys. The archipelago's coral reefs are the least disturbed of the Florida Keys reefs. The park is noted for abundant sea life, tropical bird breeding grounds, colorful coral reefs, and legends of shipwrecks and sunken treasures. The park's centerpiece is Fort Jefferson, a massive but unfinished coastal fortress.

First Landing State ParkVirginia Beach, VA, USA

First Landing State Park is located on Cape Henry in North Virginia Beach. This 2,888-acre park offers a wide range of activities for visitors. You can go swimming, hiking, biking, boating, fishing, or enjoy a picnic when you visit First Landing.

Folly BeachFolly Beach, SC, USA

Fishing, walking, birding, and breathtaking views of the "Edge of America" are just some of the possibilities at the Edwin S. Taylor Folly Beach Fishing Pier, where you can find some of the best saltwater fishing in the area.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and BeachFr Capodanno Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10306, USA

The South Beach–Franklin Delano Roosevelt Boardwalk stretches 2.5 miles (4.0 km) between Fort Wadsworth to the north and Miller Field to the south. It is one of New York City’s four spacious beachfront areas.

Ft Pierce Inlet State Park905 Shorewinds Dr, Fort Pierce, FL 34949, USA

Fort Pierce Inlet State Park is a 340-acre part of the Florida State Park system. It consists of beaches, dunes and a coastal hammock between the Atlantic Ocean and the waters of Tucker Cove, an indentation of the Indian River Lagoon.

Glass BeachGlass Beach, Hawaii 96705, USA

Glass Beach is a beach in Eleele, an industrial area in Kauai, Hawaii that is made of sea glass. The beach's regular rock is basalt, but the sea glass formed after years of discarded glass. Daily a lot of people visit this place and spend some valuable time here.

Hāʻena State Park6CC9+8R Wainiha, Hawaii, Kapaʻa, HI 96746, USA

A state park located on the north shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauaʻi. The park provides access to beaches, trails, and several ancient Hawaiian sites, including sea caves estimated to be more than 4,000 years old. This is an archaeologically important place.

Hanalei BayHanalei Bay, Hawaii, USA

Hanalei Bay is the largest bay on the north shore of Kauaʻi island in Hawaii. It consists of nearly two miles of beach, surrounded by mountains. the bay offers excellent mooring for sailboats, stand up paddle boarding, surfing and swimming.

Hanauma BayHanauma Bay, Hawaii 96825, USA

This is a marine embayment formed within a tuff ring and located along the southeast coast of the island of Oʻahu and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Island.

Hāpuna Beach State ParkOld Puako Rd, Waimea, HI 96743, USA

This is a large park and sandy beach on the Big Island of Hawaii. This is one of a few other white sand beaches on the west coast of the Big Island. This beach is the best place to spend leisure time and can have some valuable moments.

Ho'okipa Beach Park179 Hana Hwy, Paia, HI 96779, USA

Ho’okipa Beach Park is one of the top spots for ocean sports and recreation in Maui. This breath-taking white sand beach boasts some of the best waves on the Maui coastline. A paradise for surfers of all ages.

Honeymoon Island State Park1 Causeway Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698, USA

The park is 385 acres (1.6 km2) in land area with 2,400 acres (10 km2) submerged and 4 miles (6 km) of beach. Consistently receiving more than one million visitors each year, it is the most-visited state park in Florida.