We bought sleds at the shop when we came in- you could "rent them" for $12 for an adult sled and $10 for a kid sled, or just buy them for $17/$15 respectively, we thought that was a better deal. We also bought a sled wax chunk for $.75. There are so many beautiful, soft, white dunes out there that we were able to find our own and not see anyone else for miles around as we sled down them. They have some kind of cool retro aluminum shelters over picnic tables where we ate the lunch we brought and stayed out of the sun and sand. The only trail we did was the boardwalk trail, which was anyone accessible and the shortest hike. I'm sure some of the longer ones might have been better. We also didn't watch the movie or visit the museum, as we wanted to get out to the dunes before it got too hot. We'd been warned the sand could get very hot, but I guess we lucked out or got there early enough (we were there from about 9:30am-12pm), the sand was nice and cool and we were able to sled barefoot in August. Totally worth doing for the views at the top of the dunes alone.
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