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The Trashiest Spring Break Destinations

Updated September 30, 2021 1.3k votes 214 voters 42.3k views27 items

Spring break is here bruh, we hope you've been hitting the tanning bed and getting your weight lift on, 'cause you don't want to be the only dude on the beach that doesn't have a tanned out bangin' six pack. Every year around March, coeds from all over the country (and possibly the world), throw off the shackles of education and head to the spring break party destination of their choice to soak up some rays, drink A LOT of alcohol, and party like they don't know their finals are just around the corner. We could have very easily put together a list of the best places to study during spring break, but what's the fun in that? This is the list of the trashiest spring break destinations we could find, and boy is it trashy. 

Long gone is the time when MTV would hightail it down to a party hotspot for a week to shoot dance parties with bikini babes and Fred Durst. But just because one cable network stopped going H.A.M doesn't mean that everyone else did. Spring break is still a rite of passage for millions of college students around the country, and hopefully we can help some of them figure out where to go to spring break this year a.k.a. where to party till they puke. On this list of trashy spring break spots, we collected over 25 cities that completely lose their minds once a year. Spoiler alert: a lot of them are in Florida. Make sure to vote on which spring break party spots is the trashiest, and if we forgot anything - throw it on the list bro!
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    If you're spring breakin' in Orlando, you better get your bad coed self down to Disney World. What's that? Drinking in front of small children? Yes.

    If you're worried about getting your drink on in the family-friendly Magic Kingdom, Drinking at Disney has laid out a bar crawl check list of alcoholic drinks available in the park. If getting wasted at a theme park doesn't say class, what does?!

    Bonus points: Orlando was named the most dangerous spring break destination this year. 
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    As early as the mid-1930s, Fort Meyers was THE spring break destination for college students to relax for a week before returning to study for finals. If you're thinking of going down to Fort Meyers, just know that "relaxing" means amateur booty shaking contests and something called the "Cincinnati Firefighters Spring Break Review." And according to this tipster - the alligators of Fort Myers looOoOoOooOooOOoove human flesh.
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    Is there a more gully spring break destination on the east coast than the Jersey Shore? If memories of Snookie and Pauly D are rushing back to you, take a minute to catch your breath. The actual shore is surrounded by multiple municipalities, including the famed Seaside Heights. So if you're doing sprang break on a budget and don't mind fist pumping with some juice heads, this might be the spot for you. 
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    Destin, FL is quickly becoming the new spring break hot spot for guys and gals who spend the rest of their school year in a slobs vs. snobs, Revenge of the Nerds scenario. With plenty of cheap beach front property to rent and a healthy swatch of liquor stores, what's not to love? This oddly poetic reviewer sums it up best by saying "This is a better place to visit than it is to live, yet when you visit all the locals just wish you away. I personally got tired of the party scene and hanging out at the beach...I am ready to find a new home."
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