Beverly Sand Dunes covers about 300 acres, so it’s not really a big area. It’s a little over 3 miles long and about a half mile wide at the widest point. You can get from one end to the other in just a few minutes, and it’s not really likely that anyone will get lost.
The dunes themselves are pretty small, as well. The highest dune is probably 30 feet, and there aren’t a lot of “witch’s eyes” or other dangerous features that you’d find at larger dune areas. So it’s a great dune area for families with children.
You can complete a circumference of the area in a half hour. How much time you spend running down each of hundreds of short trails, and running back and forth across the dunes is up to you.
Highlights: Circular sand bowls around the base of trees, sandy trails along the creek, and pretty good scenery.
Get details including directions, staging areas, maps, and difficulty levels in the UTV Guide to WA State.