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Beach and Nature Vacation, Kiawah Island, SC
Make your family beach vacation more than just sun and sand by selecting a destination that enables you to explore the natural environment. In Kiawah Island, South Carolina, add kayak outings, pond explorations to peer at turtles and alligator safaris.
Best Beaches in Delaware and New Jersey
For some of the best mid-Atlantic beaches, head to Lewes and Rehoboth in southern Delaware and Cape May in New Jersey. Both regions offer wide, white sand beaches plus the bonus of nearby state parks that preserve acres of natural scenery.
Caribbean Adventures on St. Kitts
If you are looking for a less traveled Caribbean getaway that comes with good beaches, few crowds, volcanic peaks, lush rainforest and one of the Caribbean’s most important historical sites, then visit St. Kitts.
Florida’s Best Boardwalks and Family Beaches
What are Florida's best boardwalks and family beaches? On the east coast try Hollywood Beach Broadwalk and on the Gulf Coast head to Pier 60 at Clearwater
Beach.For the best family spots, consider the Atlantic's Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park or the Gulf's Fort De Soto Park.
Maui's Best Beaches for Families
Maui offers some of the best beaches for families in Hawaii. With more than 30 miles of sands, families have lots of options. The key is to know where to go for what ambiance. Wailea offers scenery and service, Kihei has public parks, and Kaanapali caters to see-and-be-seen teens.
Miami, FL, North Beach: 10 reasons to visit
Miami’s North Beach, or NoBe, is a just-under-the-radar, family-friendly area that stretches from 63rd to 87th streets, fanning out from the beach to the Normandy Isles area of Biscayne Bay. With fewer crowds than other areas, wide beaches, parks and good restaurant's, it's time to visit.
Sea Wonders, Nantucket, MA
Whale watching off Nantucket is both fun and rewarding. The island, reached by ferry or plane from the Massachusetts mainland, offers a nautical and nice getaway, one that’s low-key, but upmarket.
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For sand and surf lovers, Virginia Beach is a good bet. We like the area because its 35 miles of coastline including 20 miles of sandy shores gives us options: a bustling, boardwalk fronted ocean beach, quiet shores for strolling, as well as calm waters for kayaking on the Chesapeake Bay.
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