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Sand Master Park is the world’s first sandboard park. Located in the city of Florence on the beautiful Oregon coast, SMP offers 40 acres of privately owned sculpted sand dunes with a variety of beginner to advanced slopes just minutes from the Pacific ocean. Have your first sandboard lesson, rent sandboards & sleds, take a dune buggy tour, rail slides, jump ramps, helicopter tours, learn sand sculpting, RV park camping and LOTS OF FUN!! Plan your visit today!!

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