10 Least-Crowded, Secluded US Beaches You Should Visit In September

This serene barrier island offers pristine beaches, wild horses, and historic ruins. It's a nature lover's paradise

Cumberland Island, Georgia

Accessible only by boat or seaplane, this remote paradise boasts crystal-clear waters and an ancient fort to explore.

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

Famous for its wild ponies, Assateague Island is a tranquil haven for beachgoers and wildlife enthusiasts.

Assateague Island, Maryland/Virginia

Stretching for miles, this secluded beach is a haven for birdwatching, shell collecting, and stargazing.

Padre Island National Seashore, Texas

With its historic lighthouse and pristine shoreline, this hidden gem is perfect for a relaxing getaway.

Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina

Accessible only by ferry, this unspoiled beach offers endless opportunities for shelling and solitude.

Cape Lookout National Seashore, North Carolina

Tucked away in Big Sur, this picturesque cove is known for its stunning purple sands and rugged coastline.

Pfeiffer Beach, California

Hike through lush forests to reach this remote beach, where sea stacks and tide pools await your exploration.

Shi Shi Beach, Washington

Discover sea caves and waterfalls at this lesser-known Oregon beach, a true hidden treasure.

Hug Point State Recreation Site, Oregon

While Hawaii may not be the first place that comes to mind for seclusion, Kapalua Bay offers a quieter Hawaiian beach experience.

Kapalua Bay Beach, Hawaii

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