American beach vacations that fit your budget

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

This beautiful beach on the southeast coast is the perfect place to find things to do, Fort Lauderdale also has lots of fun, free things to do: festivals, museums, beautiful parks and nature centers. Be sure to book your vacation between June and August for the biggest savings.

Gulf Shores, Alabama

Alabama is known for its delicious food and humid summers, but did you know it also has some of the best beaches in the United States? Paddle the day away with the help of Ike's Beach Service, or surf the turquoise waters on a Dolphin Cruise venture out.

Tybee Island, Georgia

Tybee Island also offers the experience of a lifetime hunting megalodon teeth on its beaches, take time to visit the Tybee Island Lighthouse, which is the oldest lighthouse in Georgia. For the best deals, visit during September (after Labor Day) through the early part of November.

Virginia Beach, Virginia

For Virginia Beach lovers, there are plenty of low-cost places to see in Virginia Beach, such as the Cape Henry Lighthouse, which costs $10 to visit. Schedule your beach vacation between March and mid-May. Do it.

Folly Beach, South Carolina

Head over to Folly Beach, where cheap parking is plentiful and delicious, ocean-fresh fish tacos will fill you up without breaking the bank. You can have a picnic, you can rent a large house in or near Folly starting at around $150 per night.

Old Orchard Beach, Maine

Old Orchard Beach has one of the last oceanfront amusement parks, Palace Playland, which has everything from a gondola Ferris wheel to thrilling pendulum-motion rides. The cheapest time to visit is in September.

Westport, Washington

Westport Beach in Washington is where you want to be. Westport has three main surf breaks that can accommodate any skill level. This casual beach town offers everything from seafood to pizza and more. The cheapest and least crowded time to visit is September.

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