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Indian Pass beach driving

I know beach driving is allowed on the pass beaches with a permit and it says night driving is not allowed. But would you be allowed to be parked on the beach overnight as long as you aren't driving? I would be fishing all night and not running the beach after dark...last year I was down I saw a truck parked overnight and didn't seem to have any issues, but I just want to be sure. Thanks!

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  • BakermanBakerman Posts: 1,222 Officer
    Last time I was there,
    1. the Indian Pass beaches were mostly gone.
    2. Money Beach around to Eglin range was there in normal width.
    3. If you are a property owner in Gulf Co the permit is $15 - 20. Out of county residents are much more.
    4. Usually that beach is pretty casually enforced.
    Bakerman formerly known as Bakerman.
  • JOEL WVJOEL WV Posts: 7 Greenhorn
    Bakerman wrote: »
    Last time I was there,
    1. the Indian Pass beaches were mostly gone.
    2. Money Beach around to Eglin range was there in normal width.
    3. If you are a property owner in Gulf Co the permit is $15 - 20. Out of county residents are much more.
    4. Usually that beach is pretty casually enforced.

    Thanks for the info, yeah it looks like 50 bucks for a week, 150 for a year!
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