Top 5 quiet beaches during Spring Break
It's officially February, which can only mean one thing. Spring Break is just around the corner. Although the rest of the country will celebrate, residents of Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Las Vegas, and South Padre Island need to market their calendars to prepare for the influx of traveling college students.
If you are like us and are looking to spend your time at the beach, but don’t want to be engulfed by the craziness, you've come to the right place! We have compiled a list of some of the most beautiful beaches in the United States that won't be that crowded this March and April.
Atlantic Beach in North Carolina
Many of us on vacation in the Carolina’s for their astonishing hiking views and their cabins! We tend to forget they are next to the Atlantic Ocean and its warm waters! With a wide range of activities they offer, you would feel like you have your wild spring break! From paddleboarding to cruising around in a rented bike
Folly Beach in South Carolina
You see?! The Carolina’s are filled with fantastic beaches as well as mountains! Many come here to practice their surf skills. After you’re done being a badass surfer, you can head into town (which is only 15 minutes away) and have some southern dinner.
Leo Carrillo State Park in California
Sure, you might want to see a celebrity or two, but that doesn’t mean you won’t get to enjoy an incredible sunset in a quiet place. Just head over to the Carrillo State Park, we guarantee you will become famous for the great pictures you can take!
Sanibel Island in Florida
This is a must! If you want to enjoy the beaches, Florida has to offer but do not want to be around rowdy people; this is one of the quietest beaches there is. With a north-south current, you will be left with millions of small little shells to walk alongside!
Cumberland Island in Georgia
Kayaking or by ferry, those are the only way you can reach this peaceful beach, with a limit of 300 visitors per day, you are the guarantee to be safe and sound from wild spring breakers. With incredibly white and soft sand you can lay on, this remote beach’s environment proves unforgettable.