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The Top 8 East Coach Beaches

With a Beach Bus, You Can Really Be on Vacation!

It’s summer and it’s hot. You’ve been working hard all year and you’re ready for a little beach time. There a lots of great beaches along the Eastern seaboard, from the Carolinas to Maine, but a trip to the beach can become a real hassle if you have to worry about maps and parking, or if you have to get behind the wheel after a long day in the sand. Why not make it a group vacation and let somebody else handle the details. With a charter bus from, you can totally relax while we do the driving. We have coaches for groups as small as 8, but can accommodate much larger parties.


The Top Places for Fun in the Sun along the Eastern Seaboard

If you live along the east coast and you need a little sun, surf and sand, there’s almost no end to the options available. Here are some of the most popular spots to take a dip and get some Vitamin D.

  1. Myrtle Beach—South Carolina

Technically a man-made island off the coast of South Carolina, separated from the mainland by the Intracoastal Waterway, Myrtle Beach offers more than 60 miles of sand, as well as world-class golf, amusement and water parks and live entertainment. Myrtle Beach is also known for its family friendly, affordable atmosphere. Rent one of the many lavish vacation homes and learn to surf while you’re there—surfboard provided!

  1. The Jersey Shore

From Cape May to Ocean City to Wildwood, you’ll enjoy New Jersey beaches, boardwalks and lots of other great activities. Some of the country’s top water and amusement parks are here, such as Six Flags in Jackson, the Ocean Oasis and Castaway Cover in Ocean City. Don’t forget the famous boardwalk eats, either, from salt-water taffy and funnel cakes to fried pickles and the misnamed “crab fries.”



  1. Rehoboth Beach—Delaware

Take a pontoon boat out on the Atlantic and watch dolphins swim alongside. There are miles of sandy beaches and there’s a great boardwalk with activities all day and late into the night. Rehoboth is a cut above many of the tourist havens along the ocean, with unusual shops and some of the best restaurants along the coast.

  1. 1st Beach—Rhode Island

Also known as Easton’s Beach, this is the most popular place for sun and surf in Newport. Located off Memorial Boulevard at the beginning of the renowned Newport Cliff Walk, 1st Beach hosts amateur volleyball tournaments and summer concerts, and feature a classic carousel. For a one-of-a-kind treat, sample one of the twin lobster rolls from the beach snack bar.

  1. Nag’s Head—North Carolina

Located on the famed Outer Banks islands stretching along the coast of North Carolina and southern Virginia, Nag’s Head offers the highest natural sand dune ecosystem in the eastern United States. You can relax on the beach or don your scuba gear/snorkel and explore the many famous shipwrecks in the area. With more than 11 miles of coastline, Nag’s Head is the largest consolidated beach area in the Outer Banks.


  1. Fire Island and Jones Beach Island—New York

These two long stretches of land, islands just off the south coast of Long Island, offer miles of beaches, as well as shops, restaurants and night clubs. Fire Island has 17 car-free communities, accessible only by ferry, where you can walk or ride a bicycle without any worries about motor vehicle traffic. Jones Beach has 7 miles of sand, as well as a great boardwalk.

  1. Virginia Beach

The boardwalk at Virginia Beach, over three miles long, features just about anything you could imagine, from music and food to crafts, games and arcades. The beach is considered by many to be among the finest in the country, making it a destination for people throughout the western hemisphere. There are many affordable, but lavish rental properties with stunning views of the ocean.

  1. Hilton Head—South Carolina

Known as a golf mecca, Hilton Head also has some of the softest sandy beaches along the Atlantic. Because it’s such a popular destination, affordable accommodations are generally pretty easy to find. You’ll love the fine dining, especially at the local seafood restaurants that serve fresh “catch of the day.”


Life is a Beach—And You Should Be on One!

You’re going to the beach!! You don’t want the hassle of looking at a map, trying to find parking, or driving back to your hotel after a long day in the sun. On a charter bus from, you can really be on vacation. Here are some of the many benefits of charter bus travel:

  • Safety and security—Our drivers are the best in the world. In addition, because there’s limited access to the bus, you don’t have to worry about your personal safety or the security of your stuff.
  • Reliability and flexibility—No worries about delays or cancellations with a charter bus. And you won’t be forced to choose from a limited number of prepackaged trips. You tell us where you want to go and we’ll get you there—on time!
  • Affordability—Bus travel is the most reasonable way to go. With the money you save, you can make your stay at the beach that much better.
  • Room to move around—Our coaches have plush seats and a roomy interior, so you’ll be able to stretch your legs. You won’t be chastised if you walk down the aisle, either!
  • A vehicle uniquely suited to your needs—We have the perfect coach for your group, regardless of size.


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The Top 8 East Coach Beaches