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Great Beaches to Visit in the Northeast

Last updated on November 4, 2019 at 03:05 pm

When it comes to beaches, Northeasterners are fortunate enough to have a huge list of great ones to visit. These warm, sandy spots must be our prize for enduring such harsh winters.

Not sure where to head next? Tired of the same old beach and looking for a change? Plymouth Rock put together a whole bunch of great beaches to visit in the Northeast. Don’t see your favorite? Leave a comment and let us know where else is a great place to visit!

New Jersey

The Garden State has more than 130 miles of coastline and has plenty of great beach towns to match. Here’s where our Facebook fans recommended going if you want to spend a relaxing day “down the shore.” See the list.


Here are 14 places to consider if you want to check out some great spots for sunsets, see some very clear water or just spend a day building sandcastles. Show me.


Even though it’s a small state, Connecticut is packed with small, scenic waterfront towns. Here’s where to go to get away for the day, the weekend, or longer! Let’s go!

New Hampshire

You might not think of New Hampshire as being a “beach state.” Yes, it does have a relatively short coastline (OK, at 18 miles long, it actually has the shortest coastline of any coastal state), but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some great spots to visit. See them.

If you are planning a road trip to the beach, check out these great resources to help keep you, and your car, safe.

Fool Beach Thieves with these Clever Hiding Techniques – you don’t want to be constantly worrying about your stuff during a relaxing day on the sand. Try these tips to help keep your stuff safe.

How to change a tire the right way – everyone who drives probably will (or has already) experienced the inconvenience of a flat tire. With a little know-how, you won’t have to wait for roadside assistance and can get yourself moving again in no time.

How to keep your car cool on hot summer days – your car’s going to bake sitting in the beach parking lot all day. Here’s what you can do to combat the sun and make sure your car cools down quickly when you’re ready to head home.

2 thoughts on “Great Beaches to Visit in the Northeast

  1. Hey Plymouth Rock, those are nice beaches for those customers who live in the greater New England but how about those of us who don’t live there ? I live in western Pennsylvania & those beaches are a bit of a drive for us. We are more likely to visit Lake Erie or Ocean City, Md or even those in Delaware or Virginia Beach as well as those along the Lake Erie in Ohio.

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