Here’s an article we ran across entitled “The Best Remote Beach Destinations for People Who Hate Crowds,” published by The Culture Cheat Sheet. It starts:
“While plenty of people love visiting the beach, one of the top complaints you’ll hear from reluctant beachgoers is simply this: They hate the crowds.”The most beauiful beaches in the United States are hardly a secret — which can lead to overcrowding and frustration when you just want to stake out a good place on the sand that’s not a million miles from the water. The annoyances of an overpopulated beach make even the most patient person lose their cool. Loud radios, screaming babies, smokers, inconsiderate individuals stepping on your beach blanket with sandy feet — the list goes on and on.
“But before you forgo your beach day, consider this: Not every gorgeous beach spot is overrun with people, and not every remote beach paradise requires you to leave the country. Click here to read more about the absolute best beach destinations in the U.S. that also happen to be remote, secluded, and blissfully crowd-free.”
Can you guess who made the list?