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Old 09-15-2016, 03:08 PM   #15
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Ocean Beaches only? Not to hijack the thread, but lake beaches should be included...

http://www.midwestweekends.com/plan_..._michigan.html

and don't forget the Canadian side...
Never been to a lake side beach. Might have to try it some time. But mostly I like the ocean.
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Old 09-15-2016, 04:42 PM   #16
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Great Lakes Sand Beaches

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Never been to a lake side beach. Might have to try it some time. But mostly I like the ocean.
Some of the best sand beaches are around the Great Lakes. One of the advantages of fresh water beaches is not having to shower of the salt from swimming in the ocean.

Within about 3 hours of Toronto there are three wonderful beaches - Grand Bend (Lake Huron), Long Point (Lake Erie) and Sand Banks (Lake Ontario).
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Lots of great beach campgrounds on the Pacific Coast in OR and WA. Also, in WA you can find beach campgrounds in places around the Puget Sound and on the north shore of the Olympic Peninsula.

All of these are generally much too cold for swimming, but the beaches are beautiful, huge and great for walking, riding and most importantly, flying kites
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There is an RV campground in Socal near the beach

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Tuning in from CA if anyone has some spots on the left coast!
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Ten years ago I saw a parking lot, right on the beach that was free to RVs so long as you had toilet and holding tank. Don't know if they still allow RVs. It was south of San Diego.
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700 miles south of you is Port Aransas, TX which is on Padre Island. The ferry ride over & back is free and you can go over with your Airstream. There are numerous RV parks and resorts on & off the beach, a state park (Mustang Island) and a federal park (Padre Island National Seashore). You can also drive on the beach and the county will give you a permit for overnight parking (boondocking). Corpus Christi is just across the bridge, Rockport about 20 miles...

If you drive on the beach, make sure and go by one of the many car washes to rinse the underside of your vehicle & trailer - good advice for whatever coast you visit.
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