The Shonigan Lake Community Center on Vancouver Island in British Columbia offers a convenient end to those wishing to swim or go boating on the lake. Explore the history of the area at the nearby lake's Shonigan Museum, and enjoy refreshing drinks at the rustic Chipley Restaurant.
No, not a very long beach. Long Beach, Washington is a small seaside town perfect for summer trips to the Pacific Northwest. Washington's beaches don't always smell so good, so if you're brave enough to get in the water, warm up at one of Long Beach's coffee shops. If swimming isn't your thing, after an inspiring visit to the Kite Museum, rent a kite or visit the Washington State Kite Festival in the third week of August. Movie buffs can drive the 20 miles to Astoria, Oregon and see the Oregon Film Museum in that city.
Lincoln City, Oregon.
This seaside Oregon city is breathtakingly beautiful and combines culture and commerce. Admire amazing artwork at the Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio or get discounts on new items at Lincoln City Outlets. It also has two beaches in one. Admire the mighty Pacific Ocean or head inland for a swim in the warm waters of the Devil's Lake State Recreation Area. From October join the Finders Keepers team and look for glass floats on the beach.
Ventura is a pretty seaside town with breathtaking views of the beautiful Santa Barbara Islands. The station shown in the photo above is located next to the Ventura Aquatic Center.
Drive to the Santa Barbara Harbor and the park and start your exciting adventure. Rent a boat, surf, relax at Leadbetter Beach, have fun at Stern's Wharf Pier, look back at the Santa Barren Naval Museum or the Santa Loak Back Museum of Natural History. Whatever you choose, wherever you go, you can have a good time on the beaches of Santa Barbara.
Step out of your beach suite and recharge your batteries at the Contiki Inn, or head out to explore the Pismo Beach area. Hide in dinosaur eggs at Dinosaur Cave Park or put sand between your toes at Dune Oceano Nature Preserve. While you can swim here in the summer, October to February is the best time to visit Monarch Gardens.This is also a good opportunity to increase your coverage on the 101 freeway, as this place offers a quick recharge.
Carlsbad has beautiful warm beaches where you can surf, bike or walk. Plus, Legoland is just a short drive away, where you can keep the kids entertained. Charge your car while kids play with Lego-Makers or build a sandcastle. Collect or build both during your trip.
Head to Sandy Neck Beach in Barnstable. This 6 mile long beach has great views but is quite rocky so wear shoes. For softer sand, try Breakwater Beach. First, quickly load up on whole foods and snack.
For the ultimate Cape Cod experience, take a boat trip from Woods Hole or Hyannis Harbor on Nantucket Island. From tasting the New England Lobster Roll to visiting the historic lighthouses, you can do everything you need to do in New England here. You can bask in the sun at Nantucket's many beaches, including Madaket and Jetty.
Convenient place to recharge your luggage on your way to and from the Jersey Shore party. Go to a concert at Stone Pony, where Springsteen and Bon Jovi started their careers, or relax on the beach under the sun and sand. (Sorry, Snooka is not guaranteed to appear).
Dolphins, adventure lessons, boating: Virginia Beach has it all. Oh yes, and exercise. Here you will never be bored.
The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a little-known gem of a beach. The station is located in the outlet, so here you can also buy all the equipment you need for the beach.
Welcome to Miami. Here you can recharge your batteries while driving to the beach, before dawn or before you have a nervous breakdown, depending on the occasion.
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