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Ogunquit Beach

"The best beach in New England. That isn't up for debate. Go to section G (past the first catwalk) if you want to avoid families with screaming children." -Brian Stanley

Dewey Beach

"Great beach for dog owners & lovers alike. Every evening after 5:30 you will find plenty of dogs, their owners, and friendly folks all over the beach. Avoid if that does not appeal to you." -Matt B

Gray's Lake Park

"Great place to run and relax. Don't expect a big beach and you'll be pleased!" -Estepha Francisque

Rotary Park

"fun skatepark for kids, new playground shading, nice cabanas wih bbqs. Volleyball courts, perfect for taking long walks along the beach , sidewalk all the way through park to under the bridge." -Hugo Navarro

Hammonasset Beach State Park

"Weekend parking is $13 for in-state residents and $22 for out of state. Students, remember to bring your ID and proof of residency just in case!" -Jamy Drapeza

Coronado Beach

"Such a wonderful beach, quiet, good waves and nice white sand. It's famous Hotel de Coronado is amazing and the tide pools and rocks are neat for kids. Good food & even better ice cream at the Creamy" -Tanya Daily Warner

Fontainebleau State Park

"Went to the beach, skipped some stones, great view! Definitely a great time" -Cristina Calderon

North Avenue Beach

"Definitely a fun beach to bring a big group of friends. Looking for a more peaceful spot? Head to your left at the end by Fullerton ave. Perfect space to read or meditate!" -Danielle Kovack

Stewart Beach

"Chair rentals are a bit high but worth in. Sunscreen frequently folks!" -Justin McAlexander

Lake Coeur d'Alene

"Go to the corner of Sherman Ave and Coeur d'Alene Lake Drive and drive south on CDA Lake Drive all the way to Higgins Point. Great drive & walking trail, both with beautiful views of the lake." -Anita Cramer