Question about North Beach Dispersed Camping

Chuck.N asked on 10/24/2020

We have a very large RV. Will we have trouble turning around to get out?

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Indianapolis, IN
28' Airstream Globetrotter
2016 Ford F-250
7 reviews

Answered on 10/24/2020:

My husband (our driver!) says you should have no problem turning around at low tide. Be sure to monitor the tides! And we also suggest you not go past the warning sign (at the 5 mile mark) because the sand is really soft after that point. Unhook and drive your TV as far as you want, though. It's a blast out there!
Hercules, CA

Answered on 11/23/2022:

let your tires down, very important when driving on sand or getting stuck. Take a compressor with you to air up again when on paved roads.

Answered on 11/24/2020:

We have a class A 35' Will it drive on the sand? I've seen pictures with Class A camped on the beach.
Prescott, AZ
42' Grand Design Momentum 399th
Ram 3500 DRV 4x4 Cummins HO
1 review

Answered on 10/25/2020:

Yes, Padre Island National Park. I have been talking to the park directly, but also want some input from campers that have been.