Top 10 wild beachside campsites in USA
There are very few people that don’t like going to the beach. A wild beach is more appealing to some folks than the popular ones. Let’s see a top 10 of wild beaches in USA. Just make sure you don’t go camping anywhere else other than the designated areas, and have a permit.
Horseneck Beach State Reservation, Massachusetts
This beach is popular with surfers and campers alike. Found west of Martha’s Vineyard, it clearly has quite a few attractions for you to enjoy should you go there. The rates are pretty low too.
Ocracoke Island, Outer Banks, North Carolina
This island has several pristine beaches waiting for visitors. The season starts on Easter weekend and ends on the last day of the year. A ferry can take you there, and you have lots of things to do -shopping, dining, or visiting the lighthouse dating back to 1823.
Black Sand Beach, Alaska
There are few campsites to be found here, and the only way to reach this place is by kayaking. Clearly you have many activities to enjoy such as hiking and fishing. Don’t forget your camera as the views are stunning. The geography protects the beach and region from harsh cold winds.
Wai’anapanapa State Park Maui, Hawaii
To reach this place you’ll have to drive for at least 3 hours from the nearest airport. There are many things to see around this beach, but make sure you book your camping period and get a permit too.
Oceanside Campground, Assateague Island National Seashore, Maryland
This is the place to come to if you want to see some wild ponies that call this place home for about 300 years. The sunsets here are simply breathtaking as well.
Sea Camp Campground, Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia
This campground is located on an island that can be reached only by boat. You have 16 campsites to choose from, 18 miles of wide beaches to stroll on, and the possibility of seeing some feral horses introduced here at the beginning of the 20th century.
Westport-Union Landing State Beach, California
California is well known for its beaches, but not all of them are as famous. This beach is narrow and has a dramatic appearance and campers love hearing the waves crashing at any time of the day.
Islamorada, Florida Keys, Florida
Islamorada means “Village of islands” as it is formed of 6 small islands. This place is known as a good place to go glamping – glamour camping-, fishing, and lots of other things to see or do are waiting for you. The most popular season to visit is winter, and reservations are a must.
Kalaloch Campground, Olympic National Park, Washington
This campground is perfect for those who want to see see water creatures without going out on the sea. Bald eagles and seagulls are a common sight, but whales can also be seen from time to time.
Anastasia State Park, Florida
This beach is wide, 4 miles long and just a few minutes away from downtown St. Augustine. What stands out about this beach is that it looks nearly identical to what it did when the first explorers arrived here.