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August 30 is National Beach Day! If you’re not able to head out to your favorite beach to dip your toes in the sand or walk the shoreline hunting for seashells, here are 10 webcams in the United States you can tune into. Best of all, no sunscreen is required!
Up to 15,000 walruses congregate at the Main Beach on Round Island, Alaska, which is in the Walrus Islands State Game Sanctuary. Watch live or play the highlights from the Pacific Walrus Beach cam. Always turn the sound on to hear the grunts and snorts of these beautiful mammals.
Well, this may be a manmade beach but it’s certainly fun to watch! Peer into the Magellanic penguin exhibit at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California and meet the more than 20 lively resident penguins.
The Bethany Beach webcam streams live video of the boardwalk and the Delaware beach.
From a safe distance, soak up the a beach view on Tybee Island with the DeSoto Beach Hotel webcam.
Turn on the sound and chill to the sounds of the Pacific Ocean when tuning into the beach cam for Waikiki Beach in Oahu, Hawaii. Ahhhh….
Take in the scene of Lake Michigan with this beach cam of Silver Beach County Park in St. Joseph, Michigan.
View some of the 18-mile New Hampshire coastline of Hampton Beach State Park and Hampton Beach Village District with this beach cam. The Natural Resources Defense Council designated the state park as one of the country’s superstar beaches.
Catch Pacific Ocean vibes while watching the Agate Beach cam from Newport, Oregon.
U.S. Virgin Islands
Dream of a tropical island getaway while enjoying the peaceful view of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, thanks to the The Fred Hotel webcam.