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Henderson Beach State Park, Florida

You can tell a lot about a beach based on how many people get married there, at least that’s what a Jimmy Buffett lookalike told us once. If he’s right (and his wisdom seem irrefutable), then Read more...
You can tell a lot about a beach based on how many people get married there, at least that’s what a Jimmy Buffett lookalike told us once. If he’s right (and his wisdom seem irrefutable), then Henderson Beach State Park is one of the best places in the world. Every year, hoards of brides risk getting sand in their veils because of the pristine sugar-white beaches and crystalline aquamarine waters here. We recommend visiting even if you aren’t getting hitched because then you can also take advantage of the great fishing, quiet nature trails, and well-run services and facilities at this rarely overcrowded oasis, all while avoiding those awkward bridal-gown tanlines.
Henderson Beach Campground
Christy
Christy: I stayed at Henderson Campground for one night late-May and the beach didn't feel overcrowded yet it...
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