Last Updated on January 7, 2021
When we think of a beach, we think of a good swim, sunbathing, and a nice walk during the sunset. But have you ever considered driving on the beach?
Not only that it would be the most fun you’ll ever experience, but you will not even need to worry about carrying the umbrella, beach chairs, and the heavy fridge (that’s filled with beers) all the way across the hot burning sand.
Luckily, there are many gorgeous beaches in the United States that allow us to drive through the sands all the way to the water. If only we had amphibious cars, we would have even gone straight into the ocean.
After all, we need to always be optimistic and prepared to live a new experience and take advantage of the things we are allowed to do. As long as you have the right equipment, permits, and best tires for sand, then nothing will stop you from exploring the shore on your four wheels.
Florida: Daytona Beach
Here is a fun fact: The Daytona Beach hosted the first motorcycles and auto race back in 1902 before we even had NASCAR. Now, with only $20, you will have access to the beach with your car during the sunlight via Highway A1A in Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach Shores, New Smyrna Beach, and Daytona Beach.
Today, families and young generations would definitely appreciate driving to their sunning spot without worrying about lugging their beach gear on the backs. If everyone decided to go for a swim, all their equipment would stay safe inside the car as well.
Massachusetts: Cape Cod National Seashore
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The thing is you can’t just take your vehicle up for a ride in the Cape Cod National Seashore. There is a long process you need to follow, like getting your car inspected and watching an orientation video. But with all honesty, it is definitely worth it.