Stave lake when it's dry.Why do you want drive on sand anyways.
What sand are you talking about at Stave all I have found is that s**** clay that sticks to every thing and does not come off clean.
I took our rental car onto the sand at Daytona Beach, Florida last month.
If you go to the recycling yard in the sand dunes you can get to it from a different road by the concrete plant..I have seen lots of non-wheeler vehicles in there that did not go around gates but came in on the regular road. There is now a brand new road right through the middle of the sand pit area...it looks like they will be building on it in the near future, hopefully not. I have never had my truck in there or been with anybody in a truck in there.Originally posted by Doug:
Regarding the Richmond sand dunes.
The dirt bikers are there every single day. The dunes are now gated but there is a way around right beside the gate. You must have a decent rig to get around it though. It is a part of an old gate that has been grown over. The shorter your wheelbase the better and you need bigger than 31 inch tires to even have a chance. I saw a guy on 32's bash his fender in real bad and get high centred on it. He didn't have a chance. If you can get over it there is a lot of sand to play with. The owners don't seem to care, it's like they just had to gate it for liability reasons and if someone gets hurt now they can say hey we tried to stop people.