If you’re looking for a last-minute destination to go wild this spring break, then you don’t want to miss these beaches in the US.
Are you at home watching other people’s amazing spring break pics on social media at some paradisiac beach in Mexico or the Caribbean? Are you regretting not going on spring break already? I mean, it’s kind of difficult to make a last-minute trip outside the country, but there are some really cool spots in the US you can still visit for a wild and fun spring break with your friends. So, pack your swimsuit, your coolest sunglasses, some sunscreen, and prepare for an epic party without traveling too far.
South Beach, Florida
It’s impossible to think about beaches in the US without picturing Miami in all its splendor. South Beach is one of the favorite destinies in the city with it’s soft and light sand and ocean. Besides that, there are tons of businesses right there where you can get some awesome drinks and delicious snacks; the perfect combo for an unforgettable party.
Daytona Beach, Florida
Also in Florida, Daytona Beach is the perfect spot for those who are on a budget and just want to do the all-time spring break classics. You know, drinking and party hard. With almost 23 miles of calm beaches, not only is Daytona great for chilling at the beach but also great for long walks on its cool pier. Daytona Beach is the best choice for those who want to have a great time without spending that much money.
Manhattan Beach, California
If you’re from or in the LA area, you’re probably thinking that the best beaches over there are Santa Monica or Venice Beach. However, if you’re also looking for some place fun but a bit less crowded, you should consider Manhattan Beach. This beach is famous for being great for surfing along with the chill and fun vibe it has.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Are you more into a, let’s say, presidential getaway? Then, you could definitely party like a Kennedy at the Cape Cod peninsula. This was the place were the famous presidential family used to go on vacation. With different small towns and beaches, Cape Cod is a great spot to have both, a calm day and a wild night.
South Padre Island, Texas
Fellow southerners, we’ve got you covered with one of the craziest and most frequented beaches during spring break: South Padre Island, Texas. It’s not only an ultimate destination for college students and young people across the country, but it’s also a great spot for a family vacation. South Padre Island, also named “the largest beach party in the world” by Rolling Stone magazine, is filled with great clubs, restaurants, and cool activities for anyone during spring break.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
If you’re looking for the perfect place to have delicious food, tons of aquatic activities, and a great beach to hang out with your friends, Myrtle Beach might be the perfect spot for you. Besides its huge cultural agenda and great entertaining spots, this beach is famous for its golf courses; a great activity for everyone in the family.
Gulf Shores, Alabama
If you only want to get hammered and party all day long, Gulf Shores is your place. With tons of bars and clubs willing to make your night an epic one, you only have to worry about having fun and without losing your stuff in the attempt. There are some nice hotels in the area, but the best and probably most economic plan (if you’re going with a group of friends) is renting a house on the beach.
These spots are definitely some of the busiest and most crowded beaches during spring break, but also the ones that offer much more fun traits. At the end of the day, if you really want to have a crazy wild getaway, these are the places you simply cannot miss.