Ocean City – Most people wouldn’t think to travel to Maryland for their spring break trip, but this city offers a classic, All-American vacation. Powdery sand lines the city’s beaches and so do yummy blue crabs — a town favorite. If you’re thinking of horse-riding or going fishing along the seashore, then this is your city of choice. The beach offers visitors a chance to parasail or go on carnival rides — giving off a laid-back family friendly feel.
Miami – If luxury is calling your name then there’s no other place that you should be. Miami offers a mix of the glam and divine debauchery with its breathtaking views of the islands off Florida’s panhandle. If you’re looking for a bit of romance (and partying!) on your spring break trip, consider this city as your next destination. Hit up the strip along South Beach and venture into the Everglades for a swampy adventure. In Miami, you can keep it clean while sipping on the beach or live out your wildest fantasies.
Puerto Rico – It’s less than three hours away from Miami and you can get to the island without a passport since it’s a U.S. territory. If you’re into trying out surfing on your next spring break trip, then head south. Puerto Rico’s beaches feature 20-foot waves and clear waters. Go back in time by exploring jungles and caves and seeing the “el Morro” fort. If you’ve been dying to get to the Caribbean but aren’t ready to fork up tons of cash, then visit the “Island of Enchantment”; it’s cheaper than most Caribbean spots.
South Padre Island – If you’re ready to go wild this spring break then Texas is where you should be headed. This beach is known for one thing only – p-a-r-t-i-e-s. Bars, DJs, and cookouts are galore in this southern location, particularly during March months when college students take over. Outside of the revelry are opportunities to go boating, kiteboarding or fishing.
Biloxi – Change things up by taking a trip to the Gulf Coast this spring. The area has come a long way from its recovery period after Hurricane Katrina and offers cool beaches, classy casinos, and Southern hospitality. The weather here gets very humid so be wary of hairstyles that might not hold curls. Don’t miss out on tasting some of the best seafood the nation has to offer — particularly the crawfish and gumbo that the Gulf is known for.