Holiday Isle Sandbar, Islamorada, FL
Just off Route 1 going south through the Florida Keys, you’ll find one of the best party coves. The Holiday Isle sandbar in Islamorada. Also, home to the well-known Kokomo Resort. Which is said to have served as inspiration for the Beach Boy’s hit tune. Islamorada is about as close to paradise as you can find within the States.
Locals and tourists from across the Keys join in the fun as flocks of boats come together at the sandbar for a day filled with sand, sun, and lots of booze. This is a place that knows how to party. If you are in the mood for a celebration, come here.
Harmon Creek Party Cove, Lake Cumberland, KY
Winner of the Guinness Book of World Record’s “biggest boat tie-up,” Harmon Creek Party Cove on Lake Cumberland has more to brag about than just linking 1,651 watercraft together. It also happens to be host to one heck of a party scene. When the 4th of July, Memorial Day, and Labor Day rolls around, there’s only one spot to be in Kentucky. With over 90 miles in length, 1,100 miles of shoreline and an average depth of 90 feet, there’s lots of room to party.
Put-In-Bay, South Bass Island, OH
The “Key West of Lake Erie” can be discovered at Put-in-Bay on South Bass Island. For this party cove, you won’t have to make the trip down Route 1 to Mile Marker 0 if you’re in search of tank tops, game fishing, and breathtaking sunsets. Much like its southern counterpart, the “Key West of Lake Erie” seems to be a slice of Ohio paradise that’s frozen in time. Laid-back vibes and strong-handed pours make Put-in-Bay the perfect spot for your next summer getaway. But don’t misjudge this relaxed crowd. When the sun goes down, they’ll be dancing, grooving, and partying at one of the best party coves in America.