Spring Break is upon us and if you're a student you probably have an epic beach trip planned. Thanks to COED Magazine you can now check out the 15 trashiest Spring Break destinations!
Here's what COED had to say:
Spring Break is a time-honored American tradition that involves binge-drinking, tail chasing, passing out on the beach and all the hangovers you should expect from such wild behavior. Since you only get one shot at Spring Break each year, we thought we’d help you plan your trip by ranking the trashiest 15 destinations in the United States.
Why trashy? Because acting a fool isn’t just par for the course on Spring Break, it’s the best way to ensure that you leave with the best stories. We’re not suggesting you go so far as to rob a liquor store (a la the upcoming flick Spring Breakers), but sometimes sh*t happens.
Like our post last year, we’ve ranked the 15 cities on criteria that include Girls Gone Wild, bike weeks, Hooters, tattoo parlors, etc. But this year, not are we only adding five new cities to the list, we’ve included a quick guide on the local liquor laws pertaining to open containers and closing time. (Our lawyers insist that we mention you should check these laws for yourself before cracking a cold one on the street.)
So check out the 15 trashiest Spring Break destinations… but remember, what really makes Spring Break trashy is you.
15: San Diego,CA
14: New Orleans, LA
13: Scottsdale, AZ
12: Virginia Beach, VA
11: Tampa, FL
10: Fort Myers, FL
9: Key West, FL
8: Panama City Beach, FL
7: Miami, FL
6: Lake Havasu, AZ
5: Orlando, FL
4: Myrtle Beach, SC
3: Daytona Beach, FL
2: South Padre Island
1: Las Vegas, NV
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