As summer comes to a close, hitting the beach might be one of the top things on your mind. While our city has some amazing and popular beaches, sometimes it’s worth it to get off the beaten path. Two Washington beaches have ranked among America’s top secret beaches and lets check out which made the cut.
A poll of 3,000 families by FamilyDestinationsGuide.com has revealed the top 100 secret beaches they would most like to visit this summer.
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With over 95,000 miles of coastline, the US has plenty of beaches to go around, some more popular than others.
These are the top 10 top secret beaches in America:
- Awahua Beach, Hawaii
- Shell Key Preserve, Florida
- Lanikai Beach, Hawaii
- Kauapea Beach, Hawaii
- Sedge Island, New Jersey
- Lovers Key State Park, Florida
- Salt Creek Beach, California
- Wildcat Beach, California
- Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida
- Boneyard Beach, Florida
While Washington didn’t make the top 10, two beaches in Olympic National Park made the cut.
Hole in the Wall Beach took 70th place due to its natural beauty and unique rock formations. The beach which is only accessible via a moderate hike wows visitors with a dramatic rocky shoreline, tide pools, sea stacks and more. It’s great for exploring as well as for watching the park’s wildlife.
Second Beach took 72nd place also for its beauty, most notably its stunning expanse of sand and sea, framed by towering cliffs and rock formations. Like Hole in the Wall Beach it also has tidal pools and sea stacks to explore.
Here’s to days spent on the beach!