Coastal states

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  States that have an Ocean/Gulf of Mexico coastline
  States that have a Great Lake coastline

A coastal state is a state that is not landlocked.

Thirty states in the United States have a coastline. This includes an ocean coast, a gulf coast, or a Great Lake coast. There are twenty three ocean/gulf of Mexico states, and eight Great Lake states. (New York is both an ocean state and a Great Lake state.) As of July 2004, the estimated population of states that are always considered coastal states was 171,891,161.

Ocean states:

Atlantic Ocean states:

Pacific Ocean states:

Gulf of Mexico states:

Arctic Ocean states:


Lake states:

Great Lake states:


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