If you're tired of spending your summers at the same beach over and over again, it just might be time for you to take a road trip and visit some of the other amazing beaches that decorate the sparkling coast from Hawaii to New York!
From the secluded Red Sand Beach in Maui to Malibu's popular Zuma Beach (which was featured on the hit TV series Baywatch starring Pamela Anderson), now you can tan in style at some of the best beaches in America!
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Starting off in sunny Southern California, we find ourselves at Malibu's famous Zuma Beach. Known for its long white sand and great surf, Zuma gained notoriety for all of the films and television shows that have been filmed here, including Baywatch, Planet of the Apes and I Dream of Jeannie.
In addition to ranking among the healthiest beaches with clean water conditions in Los Angeles County, Zuma is also home to the annual Malibu Nautica Triathlon, which attracts celebrity participants including Matthew McConaughey, David Duchovny and Jennifer Lopez.
Drift off to the tropical, lush shores of Hawaii and find yourself on Maui's Red Sand Beach. Also known as Kaihalulu, this beach's distinguishing factor is its red-black sand that gets its color from the crumbling cinder cone hill that surrounds the bay.
Hidden from the public eye, this beach offers visitors a more secluded experience and killer views, from the deep blue sea and the green ironwood trees to the rocky lava sea wall. Note: On occasion, beachgoers do go nude here, so be prepared to strip down as well or just get ready to shield your eyes.
Jet off to the heart of the Hamptons, where you'll find Sagg Main Beach in the calm town of Sagaponack. This quiet beach offers a more laidback vibe with a community feel and could serve as the backdrop for a romantic scene straight out of a Debbie Macomber novel.
Go for a quiet stroll or chat with the friendly residents on nearby towels, then stop by the Sagaponak General Store, which makes some of the most delicious sandwiches for a seaside snack.
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In addition to the city of Miami and popular South Beach, Florida is also home to Destin—a city located on the Emerald Coast that is renowned for its white beaches and gorgeous emerald green waters. Destin's shoreline stretches for 24 miles and over 60 percent of its beaches are protected.
Some of Destin's best beaches include Beasley Park, Ed Walline Park and Henderson Beach Park—all of which offer public showers and restrooms. Beachgoers looking for a longer vacation can also look into the many luxury beach rentals that are available, from private condos to larger estates.
Chill out next to the beautiful, warm Gulf waters at Port Aransas on Mustang Island—Texas' favorite island getaway. With everything from waterside dining and a live music scene to fun ocean activities and seaside resorts, you'll never be bored here.
Rent a golf cart to drive around both on and off the sand, and indulge in an array of activities that include surfing, fishing, sea kayaking and birding. Port A is extremely clean and easy to access, making it an appealing destination for large groups and solo travelers.
While Alabama might not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of the beach, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are a hidden vacation treasure of 32 miles of soft sand and clear water that lace the edge of Alabama's southern border all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.
The white sand is made almost entirely of quartz grains that washed down from the Appalachian Mountains thousands of years ago, and there are an array of attractions that include golf, water sports and zip lines—guaranteeing endless hours of fun in the sun.
When you visit the Grand Strand in Myrtle Beach in Southern Carolina, you'll get to enjoy over 60 miles of wide, soft sandy beaches that are sprinkled with dozens of savory restaurants, water parks, golf courses and historic sites in the surrounding town areas, in addition to freshwater and deep saltwater fishing.
The Grand Strand extends from Little River to Georgetown and also features a colorful history, which includes long-lost Indian tribes, pirates, and roaming ghosts. Despite the fact that those days are long gone, now you can rejoice on the white sands and soak up the blissful sun while listening to the crashing waves against the shoreline.
It's hard not to end up in Hawaii, which brings us to Lanikai Beach on the island of Oahu. Located on the windward coast of Oahu, this small stretch of coastline is constantly ranked among the best beaches in the entire world.
Whether you're looking to relax or go for a swim in the clear water, you'll find solace in the turquoise-colored waters that brush up against the soft sand as gentle trade winds provide cool relief from those hot Hawaiian afternoons. Locals and tourists alike enjoy visiting this beach, so you can take in the colorful scenery while people-watching.
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