Question about Magnolia Beach Camping

StlMtnMann asked on 2/26/2021

I have two Aussiedoodles who seem to be a sand-bur magnet, did anyone have this issue here for their dogs?

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Windermere, FL
32' Forest River Georgetown 30x3
2014 Jeep Wrangler
9 reviews

Answered on 3/1/2021:

We had no such issues with our dog.
Owensboro, KY
Damon Daybreak
4 reviews

Answered on 2/27/2021:

We were there only one night but in the few times our small dog was out we did not encounter any. We were in S. Padre Island after that and she got some there at Isla Blanca. One thing we found to help was little shoes for her but even they were more of a magnet. We also found that carrying a pair of tweezers kept the burs out of our fingers.
Kansas City, MO
32' Fleetwood Southwind
19 reviews

Answered on 2/26/2021:

Not so much with our dogs, but our shoes brought in a ton of sand.
The Novel Traveler
Hope Valley, RI
Kia Sorento
18 reviews

Answered on 2/26/2021:

Shouldn't have a problem on the beach side. Just keep them out of the brush across the road.
1 review

Answered on 2/26/2021:

We didn't! The beach is pretty clean and the sand is somewhat course. We have a short long-haired dog and she was fine.
Galien, MI
29' Keystone Cougar
Ford F350
5 reviews

Answered on 2/26/2021:

Didn't notice any? Plus there is an area of just beach sand to camp on, no plant life.
Lawrence, KS
16' Casita Travel Trailers Liberty Delux
Toyota 4Runner
7 reviews

Answered on 2/26/2021:

No sandburs but lots of sand - which will end up in your rig from time to time!
Houston, TX
22' Freedom Express 192RBS
Colorado Z71 with 3.6 L LFX V6
7 reviews

Answered on 2/26/2021:

Sand there is very course and large-grain, more like crushed shells than silicon sand.
23 reviews

Answered on 2/26/2021:

We have 3 dogs and did not experience any sand burs while we were there!

Answered on 2/28/2021:

Thank you everyone. We were at Dauphin Island AL and there were a ton of them.