Best Beaches in America

There are so many great beaches to visit around the world, but did you know we have some elite ones just in our backyard here in America? East coast to west coast, there’s something for everyone!

  1. Waikiki Beach, Hawaii
    • Soft sand, gentle surf, slowly sloping to ease you into the warm water
  2. South Beach, Florida
    • Trendy, quirky, and active 24 hours a day
  3. North-End Beach, Florida
    • Soft sand perfect to lounging all day and watching for dolphins
  4. Corolla, North Carolina
    • Perfect beach for the active vacationer – jet skis, kayak tours, fishing, surfing, and spotting of their famous wild horses
  5. Moshup Beach/Aquinnah Public Beach, Massachusetts
    • Enjoy a short walk down Moshup trail to this amazing surf beach in Martha’s Vineyard
  6. Ke’e Beach, Hawaii
    • Located at the end of the highway on the northern-most edge of Kauai, this beach is the most visited on the island
  7. Siesta Beach, Florida
    • On an 8-mile-long stretch of island that borders the Gulf of Mexico to provide quartz sand and turquoise water
  8. Victoria Beach, California
    • Located next to the rich and famous, this southward-facing beach is best in the summer when you can adventure through the rocks and explore the Victorian Tower
  9. North Avenue Beach, Chicago
    • One of Chicago’s most popular beaches that has something for everyone, even bikers, runners, walkers and rollerbladers use the lakefront trail
  10. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Florida
    • With great views of the Gulf of Mexico and vibrant wildlife, this beach is perfect for everything from snorkeling to sunbathing and hiking to fishing

For MSN Travel’s full slideshow, click here.

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