Nope, in the US, Tideland rights were granted to each state to hold in trust for the public. There is no legal guaranteed free access to those tidelands or restrictions on what states can do with that land; including the sale of those lands to private ownership "for the benefit of the state" (eg. filling public coffers). In contract, Mexico's constitution guarantees free and unrestricted access to all shorelines. That's why there are no private beaches in Mexico.
Originally Posted by DCnPhilly
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