America‘s Most Beautiful Beach Campsites

Last updated on August 28th, 2021 at 10:42 am. Originally published on September 4th, 2015

Make you next camping getaway the best it can be by camping on one of the many gorgeous beaches around the United States. With extraordinarily scenery and varied accommodations, a beach camping trip simply can’t be beat.

Here are 11 of the very best beachside campsites in the U.S.

Horseneck Beach State Reservation – Massachusetts

Situated at the western end of Buzzards Bay with a two mile long beach, this park is quite popular among locals and travelers alike. It features a 100 site campground and offers incredible surfing opportunities.



Anastasia State Park – Florida

Anastasia State Park is an excellent beach campsite, located only a few minutes from historic downtown St. Augustine. The long stretch of family friendly beach front is perfect for kids of all ages.



Kalaloch Campground, Olympic National Park – Washington

A beautiful campground with scenic views of the wild pacific ocean. Witness the beautiful bald eagles and seagulls that soar over the Olympic Peninsula.

Oceanside Campground, Assateague Island National Seashore – Maryland

Pack up the firewood, insect repellent, tent, or RV to make the most of camping at the Assateague Island. It offers campgrounds for tents only, for tents and recreational vehicles, and also for horses.

Westport-Union Landing State Beach – California

Enjoy camping in your tent or RV at the 86 site clifftop campsite. Listen to the sound of the gushing waves and enjoy the gorgeous sunsets over the ocean.

Westport Union


Wai’anapanapa State Park – Hawaii

Explore Hawaii by camping at this gorgeous 60 campsite amid a remote volcanic coastline. Enjoy the solitude and serenity along with hiking, fishing, and a small black sand beach.

Sea Camp Campground, Cumberland Island National Seashore – Georgia

Sea Camp Campground is a well-equipped camping site, providing you with restrooms, shower facilities, grill on site, and much more. It might just be one of the most picturesque campsites accessible exclusively via ferry. Each campsite offers privacy and has a narrow entrance through lush green low trees and shrubbery.

Cape Perpetua Campground – Oregon

The Cape Perpetua Campground stretches from Cape Lookout to North Bend along the Oregon coast. It offers many recreational activities along with 37 camping sites.

Ninilchik View Campground – Alaska

The word Ninilchik means “peaceful settlement by a river”, and this is exactly what you will find at this gorgeous campground. The site provides you with peace and serenity during your camping trip. The campground is located just above Ninilchik Beach offering you lovely views of Mt. Illiama, Copok Inlet, and Mt. Redoubt.

Ocracoke Campground, Cape Hatteras National Seashore – NC

Situated on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, the Ocracoke Campground is a recreational haven for families.It provides you with outdoor activities like kayaking, swimming, and windsurfing.

Bahia Honda State Park – Florida

Voted one of the best beaches in the Florida Keys, Bahia Honda offers cabins rental, tent & RV sites, swimming, snorkeling, and fishing.

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