America is home to some of the world’s best beaches. Swim, kayak, build sandcastles, hike and bike around our nations most beautiful beaches. Don’t forget the sunscreen!
Panama City Beach is located along the Emerald Coast, One of it’s best attractions is Pier Park, a .1million square foot outdoor open-air lifestyle center.
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Don’t forget about the shopping and even the rides! Brooklyn’s Coney Island Boardwalk is one of the cities most popular sites, it’s home to Luna Park, a $30 million amusement park that reopened in 2010 with about 20 new rides.
Californians won’t want to miss a stop at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. It was designed in 1907 to be the “Coney Island of the West” and it remains home to two National Historic Monuments: the 1911 Looff Carousel and the 1924 Giant Dipper roller coaster.
Anyone who’s ever seen Snooki, Pauly D, JWoww and the gang on MTV’s Jersey Shore will know that there is tons of fun to be had on the New Jersey coast. The Atlantic City Boardwalk dates back to 1870 yet remains an excellent place to visit. The boardwalk stretches four miles, making it the largest boardwalk in the world. It’s located alongside numerous casinos, hotels, shops, arcades, shows and much more, all along the way in this smaller, East coast version of Las Vegas.
The Ocean Front Boardwalk is a three-mile boardwalk in San Diego, CA. It’s a year-round hot spot with the opportunity to surf, bike, bodyboard and kayak. Cool off in The Plunge, an Olympic-size indoor pool.