There are only a handful of places in the US to experience huge sand dunes and this is one of them. The State Park is not very big and doesn't take long to see. There are sandy hills at the front of the park, but it you want to see the dunes you must drive to the back. We stopped for an hour, hiked a couple dunes and got a satisfying look, however, you could spend several hours here if you want to hike up and down several sand dunes. Also, "sleds" may be rented at the information center and you can try your hand and riding the dunes. We didn't try it, but saw a few other people giving it a go. Sometimes they had good luck sliding down a dune, other times they were a bit stuck. There is camping on site, but personally I would only spend a night or two here. There just isn't much to see beyond the dunes. Oh, and be prepared for sand to get everywhere!
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