On my way to Cape Cod now. Any recommendations for an easy and fun trail down there? Stock wk2 with leveling kit.

WJGrandCherokee If you are trying to drive on the beaches, they require an OSV pass (Over-sand Vehicle). That and during the summer months the beaches fill up pretty quickly. We use to go to Nauset Beach in the off-season, and as a an out-of-state resident it was like $150 for the offseason months only. There are other beaches too that you can drive on, I doubt you can purchase a pass once you get there. 1 year ago
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WJGrandCherokee Furthermore, there is a basic equipment list you must have, including shovel, tow rope, jack, jack support, tire gauges that go down past 10psi, full size spare. 1 year ago
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Wk2 Thanks for all that info WJGRANDCHEROKEE. I Wasn't thinking of driving on the beach but I'll check the beach overland thing, sounds like it'll be cool. I hear that are some dirt roads down there for some overlanding. Someone told me about this trail at Punkhorn, I just don't know exactly where. 1 year ago
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WJGrandCherokee Yeah not sure of any trails other than the beaches. Good luck 1 year ago
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Clapped-out-Tacoma In the winter months I go to Misquamicut beach in RI. 1 year ago
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Wk2 I'll check that place out in the winter. Thanks CLAPPED-OUT- TACOMA 1 year ago
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Clapped-out-Tacoma It’s pretty sweet if there’s nobody on the beach you can haul some ass 1 year ago
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