Beaches are perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Florida or California, but probably not when you think about Iowa, Nebraska or the Dakotas. Nevertheless, every state has excellent beaches. Here is the best beach in every state.
Alabama: Orange Beach
There is not only an amusement park and arcade, the opportunity to catch marlin and red snapper on a fishing trip, and a ferris wheel. "One of the most striking attractions here is the flyboarding. Other popular sports and activities in Orange Beach include dolphin cruising at sunset, sailing and scuba diving among the state's first deliberately sunken shipwrecks, "says The Crazy Tourist.
Alaska: Black sand beach, Barry arm
Unlike any other beach in America and possibly around the world, Black Sand Beach is as advertised as it is conspicuous – but what makes it a very unique destination is the "water that flows from the hanging glaciers, life in the ocean between the icebergs and a commanding view of Barry Arm, "says Alaska.org. This beach in Alaska is only a quarter of a mile long, but what he lacks in size, he balances in icebergs that lie in the sand. Alaska is not the only place with this special sand – here are 12 more stunning black sand beaches around the world.
Arizona: Rotary Beach, Lake Havasu
Havasu Lake is huge, famous and a constant destination for spring break. From all the beaches along this famous Arizona-California waterway, Rotary Community Park's sandy beach is the best, with great green space, easy access to swimming, three playgrounds and sports parks for volleyball, bocce, and skateboarding.