The southern coast of the United States offers beach resorts that meet a range of needs.

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What do beaches in the southern United States have to offer?

The southern coast of the United States offers beach resorts that meet a range of needs.

The southern coast of the United States is home to several idyllic beach getaways. North Carolina's Outer Banks are often referred to as a “best kept secret,” and the towns themselves want to stay that way. These sandy barrier islands with their high dunes and exposure to both the ocean and the bay offer a quiet spot for summer fun. While tourism is increasing exponentially, there remain some secluded spots, such as Duck, a primarily residential beach that caters to families. While Duck and the Outer Banks are quiet, the islands off of South Carolina offer activities to appeal to even the most active beachgoer. Hilton Head is a large beach resort area that is renowned for its golfing, tennis and family-friendly beaches. It can get crowded, but you certainly will not be bored! Myrtle Beach is another crowded tourist hub in South Carolina, and its beaches are lined with amusement parks, entertainment venues, and restaurants that make it a lively southern sister to the more gentrified Hilton Head – though you can certainly get in some excellent rounds of golf in Myrtle Beach, too! Finally, Kiawah Island is a designed beach resort geared toward families. It has more than 10 miles of beaches, much of which is reserved for resort guests. Kiawah also offers professional golf courses and thousands of acres of woodlands.



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