Six places to go besides Florida for spring break
If you are doing what most college students are doing in boycotting the State of Florida, you are wondering what your options are. If you just do not care about the weather, here are several options for vacation.
- Boone. Watauga County, N.C. is in the mountains and not all spring break aficionados are beach people. Some love the mountains. Boone just so happens to be the best mountainous vacation spot, nestled in the Appalachian mountains and roughly five hours away (one way) from the beaches (Surf City) and another five hours away (one way) from the Midwest (Coal Grove, Ohio).
- Boston. Yes, Boston has beaches. The capital and largest city in Massachusetts also happens to have more freedom than even New York City, which is commonly hailed for its liberties by liberals. CBS Boston highlighted the beaches in this area on June 7, 2012.
- San Bernardino County. The largest county in the US by land size is also the only western place on this list. There are two cities in this county that’s worth visiting for vacation if you are looking for a desert vacation: Needles and the county seat (San Bernardino). Needles holds a good bit of national weather records, including both the hottest temperature during rainfall and the hottest temperature during a wet thunderstorm, set at the exact same time at 115°f on August 13, 2012. Oh and yea, public nudity is legal everywhere in the county, as long as you do not get naked for commercial gain. Also: California has no tolerance for an ignorant gun culture.
- San Juan. This is a no brainer for those who prefer to stay within the US, but love tropical weather year round. Nice beaches and public nudity is completely legal in Puerto Rico. Also, by vacationing in Puerto Rico, you will be helping the locals secure the money needed to clean up after Hurricanes Irma and Maria annihilated the US territory – a great bonus. Fair warning, though: the Puerto Rican capital has a tropical rainforest climate, meaning it rains there a lot year round.
- Folly Beach. Located about 140 miles from Aiken Area Progressive’s current location in Beech Island, 119 miles from Aiken Area Progressive’s future – and longtime past – location in Windsor, 109 miles from Williston and just 12 miles from the soon-to-be new largest city in South Carolina (Charleston); Folly Beach is the hot location for tourists and for good reason. It is one of the only beach locations south of Rehoboth Beach, Del. (the others being the nearby locations of the Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island) that has true freedom with women toplessness and public nudity being legal. Oh and yea: Folly Beach, Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island have been the reasons why South Carolina’s tourism industry is still booming.
- Rehoboth Beach, Del. Speaking of, this beach in the First State has become the most popular vacation spot on the East Coast after Ocean City, Md. decided to violate the Federal and Maryland’s Constitution on June 10, 2017. Rehoboth Beach attracts US and foreign tourists because of the freedom provided. No bans under the false guise of ‘protecting the children’, and reliable sources tell me that the locals are friendly too. This is a great place to take people.
Honorable mention: Gunnison Beach, N.J. If you are boycotting Florida over the anti-family laws they have passed at the beck and call of gun lobbyist Marion Hammer – who is also the most prominent anti-family extremist lobbying in Tallahassee today – then the most prominent Nudist beach in the state, Haulover Beach, has to take collateral damage, sadly. However, there’s a more prominent Nudist getaway in the New York City metropolitan area. Gunnison Beach is one of the only clothing-optional beaches in the New York metropolitan area, and the only such beach in the Garden State. This is a great alternative to Haulover Beach for those disgusted by the Sunshine State’s out of control gun culture.
These are the best spring break spots outside of Florida. Do you have a great vacation spot outside of Florida not on this list? Leave a comment on here.