10 unknown beaches in America

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Yearning for a beach vacation but tired of tourists? Click through to see 10 of the most remote beaches in America.
The Dry Tortugas Islands, located off the coast of Florida in Dry Tortugas National Park, are home to some of America's most remote beaches.
The small town of Empire, Michigan, boasts some of the most magnificent beaches in the midwest.
Located on the north end of Jekyll Island, off the coast of Georgia, Driftwood Beach is a popular wedding destination because of its spectacular natural beauty.
Unlike the more touristy beaches in Maui, Hamoa Beach offers serene Hawaiian beauty without as many people.
Located at the southernmost point of Lake Michigan, the Indiana Dunes have incredible white sand beaches, hiking, biking and more.
Looking for a remote beach vacation in the mountains? Head to Leigh Lake, Wyoming, in Grand Teton National Park, where the natural beauty is out of this world.
The least populated of the Hawaiian islands, Molokai offers breathtaking beaches away from the overcrowded tourist destinations in other parts of Hawaii.
Located in the heart of Big Sur, California, Pfeiffer Beach and its unique rock formations are well worth the drive.
Ruby Beach is located in Olympic National Park in Washington, just south of the famous town of Forks, where the 'Twilight' book series takes place. While Ruby Beach may not be home to vampires or werewolves, the scenery itself is magical.
Also known as Savannah Beach, Tybee Island is just off the coast of Georgia. It offers sun, sand and plenty of recreational activities for the whole family to enjoy.
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12 PHOTOS
10 unknown beaches in America
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10 unknown beaches in America
Yearning for a beach vacation but tired of tourists? Click through to see 10 of the most remote beaches in America.
The Dry Tortugas Islands, located off the coast of Florida in Dry Tortugas National Park, are home to some of America's most remote beaches.
The small town of Empire, Michigan, boasts some of the most magnificent beaches in the midwest.
Located on the north end of Jekyll Island, off the coast of Georgia, Driftwood Beach is a popular wedding destination because of its spectacular natural beauty.
Unlike the more touristy beaches in Maui, Hamoa Beach offers serene Hawaiian beauty without as many people.
Located at the southernmost point of Lake Michigan, the Indiana Dunes have incredible white sand beaches, hiking, biking and more.
Looking for a remote beach vacation in the mountains? Head to Leigh Lake, Wyoming, in Grand Teton National Park, where the natural beauty is out of this world.
The least populated of the Hawaiian islands, Molokai offers breathtaking beaches away from the overcrowded tourist destinations in other parts of Hawaii.
Located in the heart of Big Sur, California, Pfeiffer Beach and its unique rock formations are well worth the drive.
Ruby Beach is located in Olympic National Park in Washington, just south of the famous town of Forks, where the 'Twilight' book series takes place. While Ruby Beach may not be home to vampires or werewolves, the scenery itself is magical.
Also known as Savannah Beach, Tybee Island is just off the coast of Georgia. It offers sun, sand and plenty of recreational activities for the whole family to enjoy.
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