When traveling the country, you want to see all the amazing things it offers, the only problem so does most other people. You can end up going places flooded with tourist and people peddling their Knick knacks, which you might enjoy. While other people want to get away from all the noise and go somewhere more secluded. These beaches can be well known but won’t be busy with all the riff-raff of a tourist hot spot.
Bowman's Beach, Florida
Situated 25 miles southwest of Fort Myers, this beach has beautiful white beached tucked away on its own. Park your car and make the quarter miles walk to this peaceful beach and relax by the calming ocean. You might not be the only one here but you all came for the same reason, serenity.
Carova Beach, North Carolina
You may have to get off the paved roads and on an ATV to reach the beach but you’ll have peace once you get there. Surrounded by beautiful wild horses and dunes you will love not only your time there but the trip to find it. You can spread out on the 11 miles of tranquil shoreline and enjoy your secluded relaxation.
Cumberland Island Beach, Georgia
Thake a ferry to enjoy the amazingly pristine beach in this secluded getaway! Know as the retreat for the Carnegie's in the late 19th century, Cumberland Island beach is known as one of the best-secluded beaches around. As a National Seashore, only 300 people a day can access it creating a calm and pristine environment for all to enjoy.
Enderts Beach, California
This hidden beach separated by the redwoods and marsh gives you the best-secluded beaches around. Surrounded by wildflowers and bluffs this half-mile walk will be worth the amazing beauty to be found. Once you find the sand relax a bit or go on a tour of some of the many tide pools I the area.
Roque Bluffs Beach, Maine
Not only is the destination amazing but the trip there is half the fun. But nothing beats the hidden gem that is Roque Bluffs beach. Enjoy the freshwater kettle pond and the beautiful ocean-facing pebble beach. You might not get to lay out and suntan but you can enjoy the solitude of the pure cobalt waters.
Indian Beach, Oregon
Hidden down winding roads and through a spruce forest, you will find the best-hidden beach in the north-west. The crescent-shaped beach is perfect for a relaxing stroll where you can enjoy the scenery and tide pools. You will be hidden away in seclusion.
Bound Brook Island, Massachusetts
Along the Cape Cod National Seashore and down sandy back roads you will find a quiet beach with amazing views and towering dunes. So secluded many locals haven’t heard of it, this beach gives you some of the best views the country has to offer.