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Phipps had bought the park property in 1926 to turn it into an exclusive seashore resort.
Part state park and part national seashore, the 37-mile Assateague Island National Seashore was established in 1962.
The monument, encompassing temperate rainforest and Pacific seashore, was first created by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1909.
Head 19 miles to State Road 406 (Exit 220), and head east to Max Brewer Memorial Parkway, which continues into the national seashore.
In a deal forged by determined heirs, Cumberland was turned into a national seashore and came under control of the National Park Service during the Nixon administration.
Each year, Steve Leatherman—also known as Dr. Beach—evaluates America's seashores based on criteria like water, safety, and sand quality.
Glendaly Martinez and her family had their pictures taken on a reproduction of a slide of Havana's famed Malecon seashore boulevard.
In truth, though, most visitors were focused on hiking the nearby national seashore.
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: the shore of a sea
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