7 Best Beaches in the U.S. to Visit in 2023

Planning a 2023 beach getaway? Discover the top 7 U.S. beaches for sun, surf, and wildlife adventures in our web story.

St. George Island State Park: Hidden gem in Florida with white sands, clear waters, and ideal for swimming, fishing, kayaking, and camping.

#1. St. George Island State Park, Florida

Duke Kahanamoku Beach, named after the legendary Hawaiian surfer and Olympian, offers a family-friendly, less crowded experience in Waikiki.

#2. Duke Kahanamoku Beach, Oahu

A popular Hamptons spot with fine sand, blue waters, and scenic views of historic mansions. You can rent a chair and an umbrella, or bring your own picnic.

#3. Coopers Beach, Southampton

It is a natural paradise on the Gulf Coast of Florida. It’s only accessible by boat or ferry, which adds to its charm and seclusion.

#4. Caladesi Island State Park, Dunedin

At Hatteras Island's southern tip, known for the iconic 210-ft Cape Hatteras Lighthouse with panoramic ocean views.

#5. Lighthouse Beach, Buxton

Coronado Beach is a wide and flat beach in San Diego. It has golden sand that sparkles in the sun, thanks to the presence of mica minerals. 

#6. Coronado Beach, San Diego

Wailea Beach is a crescent-shaped beach on the south shore of Maui. It has soft sand, turquoise water, and gentle waves. You can snorkel, paddleboard, or kayak at this beach.

#7. Wailea Beach, Maui

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