9 Instagrammable Beaches You Have to Visit This Summer

9 Instagrammable Beaches You Have to Visit This Summer

Memorial Day, the unofficial start of summer, is right around the corner, so that means beach days are upon us. I, for one, can’t think of a better way to spend a weekend afternoon than with my toes in the sand.

Not all beaches are created equal – some are family-friendly destinations, some have caves & coves for more exploration. Check out these beaches in the US that will look absolutely perfect on your Instagram feed.

Good Harbor Beach, Massachusetts

Good Harbor Beach, Massachusetts

Just a hop away from Boston, Good Harbor Beach is an idyllic location for long walks, body surfing, or lounging. Plus, at low tide, you can walk out to Salt Island and get another view. Photo by @lindsaygalvinphotography

Lanikai Beach, Hawaii

Lanikai Beach, Hawaii

You’d get some good ‘grams at any beach in Hawaii, but Lanikai Beach has the perfect blend of soft sand, blue waters, and a bit of seclusion. Photo by @melikinis

Black Sands Beach, California

Black Sands Beach, California

It’s not every day you see black sand! This beach in northern California photographs beautifully, and lacks the blistering heat that black sand beaches are known to have. Photo by @taylorhamscher

Assateague Island, Maryland

Assateague Island, Maryland

Camp, kayak, or just take a stroll on Assateague Island – you won’t regret it. The island has plenty of marshes to explore and wildlife to see – including wild horses. Photo by @static_vin

Kiahwah Island, South Carolina

Kiawah Island, South Carolina

On Kiawah Island, maritime forests and marshes are crawling with turtles, whitetail deer, and seabirds – perfect for your #WildWednesday snap. Photo by @linzybinzy120

Bandon State Natural Area, Oregon

Bandon State Natural Area, Oregon

This Oregon state park is not your typical beach – some of its impressive rock sculptures look otherworldly! Plus, it boasts hiking trails, fishing, perfect peaks for pictures, and relaxing waves. Photo by @kylelayser

Sandspur Beach, Florida

Sandspur Beach, Florida

A quiet beach with crystal clear blue water – this Florida Key is perfect for snorkeling and lounging. Photo by @ecmiska

South Padre Island, Texas

South Padre Island, Texas

Located on the coastal tip of Texas, South Padre Island pairs its warm Gulf waters with beautiful scenery and bird watching. Photo by @morganwhitneyphotography

Orange Beach, Alabama

Orange Beach, Alabama

Alabama’s Gulf shoreline stretches for just 53 miles, but there is a lot of wildlife to see and peaceful waves to enjoy, especially at the family-friendly Orange Beach. Photo by @type2photography

Don’t let your travel photos sit on your phone or hard drive! Your beautiful beach shots will look great on a large Print.

Thanks to @melliott930 for our top photo!

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