Even though summer is behind us, and fall is here, you can still find some time during the weekend to visit the beach. Beaches can be found on lakes and at the edge of the ocean, so it is not only people who live by the sea who can enjoy them. There are no better moments than spending time with your family and friends outdoors, especially on sandy beaches. It is lovely to see the waves rolling into the shore. You can go for a jog, do yoga on the sand, or ride a horse along the beach in the morning. But not all beaches are fun to spend time on. Here are some great beaches in America that you can visit.

1. North Bar Lake Beach, Michigan

Close to the Grand Traverse Bay sits Traverse City, which is popular for its Cherry Festival and the city is a scenic driving territory with hiking trails and unspoiled views. But those are not the only good things about the city. Trip Advisor notes that you can head down to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and discover the North Bar Lake Beach. You can chill out at the beach and have a memorable experience there. You can also view forests around the area as well as play on the sand, and kayak or canoe in the lake.

2. Hanauma Bay Beach Park, Hawaii

The Hanauma Bay has been a protected underwater park since 1967 and is suitable for snorkeling and swimming.

There is no much parking space on the beach, but there is a public bus available to take visitors to there as well as shuttles that make trips to the bay throughout the day. Everybody above 12 pays to access the beach. According to VacationIdea, the park is usually closed on Tuesdays, Christmas and New Year’s days. Equipment for snorkeling can be acquired from stations close to the beach and visitors can also grab snacks from the bars on the site.

3. Coronado State Beach, California

Found on the west coast, the beach is off the coast of San Diego and is described as “the toast of Southern California.” It is known for its subtropical vegetation, impressive Mediterranean climate, and its fine sparkling sand. The elegant Hotel del Coronado which is very famous and is a landmark in the region has been attracting visitors since 1888.

You need to swim, or perhaps play in the sand? This is one of the beaches you will probably never forget.

4. Siesta Beach, Florida

There is no better reason to visit Siesta Key, one of the Florida Keys if it's not beaching at the Siesta Beach. The beach is located in the Gulf of Mexico, and its sand is 99 percent quartz. It stays cool even when the sun is scorching. The family-friendly beach has a playground for children, and beach wheelchairs for visitors who might need them. According to VacationIdea, there are drink and snack stands, and tennis and volleyball courts. It also has a shaded picnic area, as well as lifeguards and drum circles, are held at the beach on Sunday evenings.