Ah, beaches, one our most beloved vacation spots and most popular places to live. But when we think of beaches, ok when I think of beaches I think of white sandy beaches, ocean breezes and flowing waves. So I’ve decided to explore some a-typical beaches. Not all have sandy beaches or beautiful waves and only one has ocean breezes.
This is one of my favorite spots along the Keeweenaw Penisula on Lake Superior, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Cave Run Lake Beach, Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky
While this is a beach I wouldn’t want to swim here, although some people do. The smell is atrocious. Beach at the Great Salt Lake, Utah
When is a beach not a beach? There’s sand and surf but this beach is man-made. Aquatic’s wave pool, Orlando, Florida
Sodus Beach, Lake Ontario, New York
Holland Beach, Lake Michigan, Michigan
Point Huron Beach, Lake Huron, Michigan
Presque Isle Beach, Lake Erie, Pennsylania
Is this a beach? Is this a road? Is this a parking lot? YUP. Daytona beach, Florida, where anything goes (at least before Sandy)…The only entry located on the ocean.
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