8 “Secret” Beaches For Your Next Beach Getaway

Summer might be over, but it’s never too late to squeeze in another trip to the beach! If you’re like most of our Freshies, you love the beach but could do without the crowds. Here are 8 great options to choose from. No doubt one will make its way to your bucket list.

1) Bahia Honda State Park, Florida

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This gem is hidden in the Florida Keys. Bahia Honda State Park has 2.5 miles of white sand beaches along warm tropical waters, which are great for swimming, relaxing, or snorkeling! It’s like a trip to the Caribbean, no passport required. If you have made it this far, be sure to venture a bit further and stop by Key West, where you can say hello to the Key West Fresh Produce Team.


2) Folly Beach, South Carolina

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Folly Beach is a family-friendly beach town 20 minutes outside Charleston, SC. We found it a great spot for our Spring 2018 photoshoot! Wide sandy beaches, sea oats and even a lighthouse which made for great backgrounds.

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3) Lanikai Beach, Oahu, Hawaii

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Lanikai means “Heavenly Sea”, and with a mile of white sand and calm turquoise water, it’s not hard to see how this beach got its name. It’s also a local favorite, hidden away from the resorts and tourists. Lanikai Beach is on Oahu’s windward coast in the town of Kailua, just 14 miles from Honolulu.


4) Indian Beach, Oregon

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Indian Beach is a gorgeous, secluded sandy beach surrounded by rock formations, tide pools, and natural beauty. The beach is only accessible through Ecola State Park, which has miles of hiking trails, secret coves, and an old lighthouse! This amazing spot is just an hour and a half away from Portland, OR.


5) Seawall Beach, Maine

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Seawall Beach is hidden on the edge of the Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area in Phippsburg, Maine. You have to hike 2 miles to reach the beach, but from the looks of it, it’s worth it. Seawall Beach is just across the Casco bay from Portland, ME.


6) St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, Florida

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St. Joseph Peninsula State Park is the perfect spot for a getaway: this beach has nearly 10 miles of white sugar sand beaches, massive sand dunes, and beautiful blue water. Head here for a relaxing stay and find yourself far from the rest of the touristy Florida destinations!


7) Cumberland Island, Georgia

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Cumberland Island is one of Georgia’s best kept secrets, just 30 miles from Jacksonville, FL near the Florida-Georgia line. Miles of unspoiled beaches, majestic wild horses – what more could you want?


8) Garrapata State Park, California

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The waters here are a little rough for swimming, but Garrapata State Park (near Caramel-By-The-Sea, California) offers 2 miles of beautiful, secluded beach. The park also offers sandy coves, coastal hiking trails, and stunning views.


Did one of these make it to your bucket list? Do you have a favorite “secret beach” spot we missed?

We’d love to know about it. For whatever beach you visit next, don’t forget to stock up on Fresh Produce for colorful, comfortable clothing and take us with you.

XO, the FP team

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