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Old 05-16-2011, 08:52 AM   #31
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Yes!! Where do we apply for that sticker?
Here are some links to Cape Cod Off Road Beaches.
Prices listed are for Non-Residents.

Nauset Beach - Orleans, MA - $180
Town of Orleans - ORV ( Off Road Vehicles)

Race Point Beach - Proviencetown, MA - $150
Cape Cod National Seashore - Cape Cod National Seashore Oversand Beach Driving (U.S. National Park Service)

Sandy Neck - Barnstable, MA - $150
http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/San...h/orvhome.aspx

Chapin Memorial Beach - Dennis, MA - $200
Town of Dennis - 2011 Off Road Stickers are now on sale

Duxbury Beach - Duxbury, MA - $275
Duxbury, MA - Non-Resident Beach Permits Application

I applied by mail this year, but if its your first permit, some places require an inspection and make you watch a video before they give you your permit.

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Apparently, you can get Duxbury permits free if you know someone that lives there... my buddy is offering me a permit since his parents live there and don't drive onto the beach...

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Apparently, you can get Duxbury permits free if you know someone that lives there... my buddy is offering me a permit since his parents live there and don't drive onto the beach...
Awesome - I thought residents still pay $150. I hope you told them YES!

Duxbury is nice because its so close to Boston, but it can be a parking lot on the Beach. I like Nauset Beach because of the trails and dunes - getting there is half the fun.
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I'm new to the whole beach thing. But which ones do you like the best. Dune and seclusion wise? Thanks everyone
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i went to duxbury town hall today, filled out all the paper work,, woman said $380.. i said forget it.
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Old 05-26-2011, 07:38 PM   #36
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Here are some links to Cape Cod Off Road Beaches.
Prices listed are for Non-Residents.

Nauset Beach - Orleans, MA - $180
Town of Orleans - ORV ( Off Road Vehicles)

Race Point Beach - Proviencetown, MA - $150
Cape Cod National Seashore - Cape Cod National Seashore Oversand Beach Driving (U.S. National Park Service)

Sandy Neck - Barnstable, MA - $150
http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/San...h/orvhome.aspx

Chapin Memorial Beach - Dennis, MA - $200
Town of Dennis - 2011 Off Road Stickers are now on sale

Duxbury Beach - Duxbury, MA - $275
Duxbury, MA - Non-Resident Beach Permits Application

I applied by mail this year, but if its your first permit, some places require an inspection and make you watch a video before they give you your permit.
What's the difference between oversand and self-contained vehicles?
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Old 05-26-2011, 07:50 PM   #37
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In Delaware I payed 65 bucks all year and if your out of state it's 165 or 200 maybe
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What's the difference between oversand and self-contained vehicles?
Self contained vehicles are motor homes or RVs.
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Old 05-27-2011, 02:30 PM   #39
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I'm new to the whole beach thing. But which ones do you like the best. Dune and seclusion wise? Thanks everyone
I like Nauset - Dunes are nice and there is plenty of space to spread out. In fact, I'm headed down there this weekend!
Race Point is the same but further from Boston.
Duxbury is a parking lot!
Haven't been to Chapin or Sandy Neck.

Here is the real issue - Last year Nauset was closed to all vehicles for all of June and July! The Piping Plovers are federally protected and once their eggs hatch, they have to close the beach until the chicks can fly. Race Point will partially close, I think Duxbury stays open all year - not sure about the others.

Send me a PM if you want to check out Nauset some time, before you drop $180.

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i went to duxbury town hall today, filled out all the paper work,, woman said $380.. i said forget it.

SHOCKING! $275 must be on the on-line price???
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I like Nauset - Dunes are nice and there is plenty of space to spread out. In fact, I'm headed down there this weekend!
Race Point is the same but further from Boston.
Duxbury is a parking lot!
Haven't been to Chapin or Sandy Neck.

Here is the real issue - Last year Nauset was closed to all vehicles for all of June and July! The Piping Plovers are federally protected and once their eggs hatch, they have to close the beach until the chicks can fly. Race Point will partially close, I think Duxbury stays open all year - not sure about the others.

Send me a PM if you want to check out Nauset some time, before you drop $180.




SHOCKING! $275 must be on the on-line price???
nope , i was there n person,, i left. no beach is worth that kind of money.
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Did some research. Best bet for the buck was sandyneck. Open year round no nesting issues and $30 cheaper than nauset. And fires are welcomed
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Did some research. Best bet for the buck was sandyneck. Open year round no nesting issues and $30 cheaper than nauset. And fires are welcomed
Cool, Let us know how you like it there.
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Cool, Let us know how you like it there.
Will do! Everyone have a great summer now don't go killin your jeeps.
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Some new picts from Nauset Beach from Memorial Day



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Does anyone know anything about White Horse beach in Plymouth? GF's father thinks I can get a permit for it but cant find much.

Also... I'll be on the Vineyard the week of the 4'th. Any beaches/places to take the jeep?
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Does anyone know anything about White Horse beach in Plymouth? GF's father thinks I can get a permit for it but cant find much.

Also... I'll be on the Vineyard the week of the 4'th. Any beaches/places to take the jeep?
After doing a little research - it seems only residents of Plymouth can buy a 4x4 beach sticker. info here Town of Plymouth, MA - It also seems to be closed due to the piping Plovers.

There are several off road beaches on Martha's vineyard; however, it will cost you atleast $150 to get you Jeep there on the Ferry. After that i think the beach stickers are fairly reasonable.
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After doing a little research - it seems only residents of Plymouth can buy a 4x4 beach sticker. info here Town of Plymouth, MA - It also seems to be closed due to the piping Plovers.

There are several off road beaches on Martha's vineyard; however, it will cost you atleast $150 to get you Jeep there on the Ferry. After that i think the beach stickers are fairly reasonable.
Already got the ferry pass. That week is going to be nuts because of the holiday.
I'll try and find the info on what beaches allow it.

My GF's parents have a house in plymouth so hopefully the'll be able to get me a pass... when the beach opens.
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6/3/11 Nauset Beach is closed* due to piping plover nests near the entrance. *residents on Orleans still have access to the north end of the beach.

6/3/11 Sandy Neck is open for 1.6 miles.

6/3/11 Race Point Beach still has open sections and Coast Guard Beach is now open for night fishing.
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I know this is a Mass thread but RI is a short drive away and has some beaches you can hit. 100 per season:
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I know this is a Mass thread but RI is a short drive away and has some beaches you can hit. 100 per season:
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Thanks for the tip, looks like there are a lot of drivable beaches, and you buy one permit for the entire state. I also noticed its $100 for RI residents and $200 for everyone else!
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Thanks for the tip, looks like there are a lot of drivable beaches, and you buy one permit for the entire state. I also noticed its $100 for RI residents and $200 for everyone else!
200 still isn't bad for access to the entire state. (granted there shorelines not too big)
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I'll be getting a sticker soon on Sandy Neck.Went faithfully 18 years ago.Heard a lot of changes as far as letting more vehicles on.2 Rows of vehicles parked plus haul road.Only single row when i went.Trailers allowed now for water toys. Getting frame prepared for salt bath.Sticker this week.Weather permitting?
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I'll be getting a sticker soon on Sandy Neck.Went faithfully 18 years ago.Heard a lot of changes as far as letting more vehicles on.2 Rows of vehicles parked plus haul road.Only single row when i went.Trailers allowed now for water toys. Getting frame prepared for salt bath.Sticker this week.Weather permitting?
Hi Dale,

What do you do to prepare your frame?
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Did some research. Best bet for the buck was sandyneck. Open year round no nesting issues and $30 cheaper than nauset. And fires are welcomed
Hey Guys - I was wondering if vehicles are allowed on the trails at Sandy Neck or only on the front beach?

http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/San...oads/snmap.pdf
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Hi Dale,

What do you do to prepare your frame?
Just purchased my 2nd. Jeep last week.About 20 yrs. after my first.It's a 2006 with all kinds of mods done.26k on the clock,so the typical undercarriage rusting hasn't gotten out of control.It's going to get 3 coats of SEMS self-etching primer. Going to spray even in frame holes.Then a SEMS epoxy top coat.2-3 coats with rinsing after each beach visit,should keep the corrosion critters under control.
GO BRUINS!! ONE MORE WIN!!
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Hey Guys - I was wondering if vehicles are allowed on the trails at Sandy Neck or only on the front beach?

http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/San...oads/snmap.pdf
Trails are only for residents of Sandy Neck (special permit). Speed limit is 15 mph and you are required to stay on the front beach trail. Only time you venture off is to park or turn around.
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Cruised sandy neck last sunday.$150 with all the goodies they require to get on.It's friggen JEEP COUNTRY here.Took some pics on new phone have to get a reader for my lap top to post soon.Got to watch tides and were to park here if you want to stay dry.Watched plenty of clowns driving in the surf my be leased vehicles or dummmys?Helped out a fellow jeeper last week his hamburg rolls went out on 495 off of rear carrier. Got to have one to bring passengers,beach toy's,cooking etc. and keeps interior free of sandy crap leaving. Going back today,SEEYA'S
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Yeah the outer beach north and south on the Cape is great. You need to get the permit @ Nauset beach now but until May you go to the police department in Orleans for it. There is also Crow's Pasture in Dennis on the bayside that's free. It's off 6A about a mile out of Brewster.
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There is also Crow's Pasture in Dennis on the bayside that's free. It's off 6A about a mile out of Brewster.
Oh really! nice to know

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