Moses Lake Dune is a lot like Beverly Dune.  They are both inland Washington dunes that have similar sand.  One thing that is nice about Moses Lake dune is that you can access the lake from the dune.  Many people bring their boats and jet skis along with their quads so they have a variety  of things to do.  

  Like Beverly dune the wind tends to travel from West to  East which in turn make the dunes form from West to East.  It is best to take it easy and case the dune out instead of just hoping on your bike and ripping around the dune.  It is very easy to miss an oncoming dune and just launch off a 20 ft drop.  Many quad injuries happen this way at Moses.  Personally I don't like the sand composition at Moses.  Many of you may remember Mount St. Helens blowing its top on May 18, 1980.  Well, a lot of the ash landed in the Moses Lake area which makes the sand very dusty.  I guess I have been spoiled by the clean sand at the Oregon dunes.  I am not saying it is a bad dune.  It is worth going to at least once.  It offers a lot of riding conditions.  It has trails, good sized bowls, and a lake to take a swim in after a long day of riding.  As for the rules and regulations, you may want to contact the Moses Lake Sheriff department to get the most up to date rules.  I have not been there for a while and I have heard that many rules have changed.


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