One of the best-loved vacation destinations is the ocean. While the surf and sun, breeze and wildlife are captivating, it can require a bit of creativity when it comes to sand, snacks, and sun protection. Here are 10 of our favorite beach tool hacks for your next Sandbridge Beach vacation:
From sunrises and seafood to swimming, surfing, and kayaking … it’s not hard to have a perfect day at Sandbridge Beach. However, it never hurts to have a plan. Here’s our idea of the best way to spend a day on Sandbridge.
If your dog is part of your family, it can feel like someone’s missing when you vacation without her. At Sandbridge Beach, dogs are welcome in many rentals and restaurant patios, and on the beach, so there’s no reason to leave your baby at home or in a kennel.
Playing in, on, and under the water is one of the best parts of a vacation at Sandbridge Beach. There are so many watersports to try that you may have trouble fitting them all in. Don’t worry — if you don’t get around to everything, it’s just an excuse to come back next year. Here are some watersports that visitors love at Sandbridge Beach.
Renting a house or condo in Sandbridge Beach can make a vacation so much more enjoyable than staying in a hotel. From giving you more space to letting you live like a local, here are some of the perks of renting a house instead of a room:
Packing light for a vacation at Sandbridge Beach is part of the fun. Spending a week or two in flip-flops, shorts, and a swimsuit is part of the dream, right? One of the most versatile items you can tuck in your suitcase is a sarong.
Sandbridge Beach is a quiet place, but if you look carefully, you’ll see a whole world of busy creatures going about their business. Thanks to Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Sandbridge Beach is home to hundreds of species of fish, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. Here are some of the animals you’ll love to look for during your stay.
Sandbridge Beach is a photographer’s paradise. Even if you’re not a professional shutterbug, you’ll enjoy taking advantage of the beautiful photo opportunities that pop up everywhere you look at Sandbridge Beach. Here are some of our favorites.
Sandbridge Beach doesn’t have the crowds that other beach destinations have, in part because it’s tucked out of the way, unlike beaches located near major airports. The drive to Sandbridge Beach is part of the charm. Planning a road trip to visit soon? Here are some travel tips to make the drive fly by.
Sea glass is a small, rounded pebble of glass made when a shard of broken glassware tumbles in the ocean for many years until the edges are smooth. Sea glass can come from broken bottles, tableware, or even glass from shipwrecks. Hunting for sea glass on the beach is a fun family activity on your Sandbridge vacation. Here’s what to look for, where to explore, and the best times to get lucky:
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