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How to Have a Great Day at the Beach Fun in the SunWith summer comes thoughts of the beach. There's no better way to spend the day than in the sun, sand, and surf. But, just because you head off to the beach, doesn't mean you're guaranteed a great day. There's essential items to pack and tips that will help you have the best possible day at the beach. Growing up on Lake Huron, I've spent countless summer days at the beach. There's nothing worse than getting to the beach and finding yourself unprepared. If you're close to home, it's easy to head back and grab what you need. But, if you're driving a fair distance, you want to make sure you have everything with you. A family day trip to the water can be a cheap (or even free) way to spend time together. If you have a great experience, you'll want to keep going back over and over. Read on for some great tips on how to have a great day at the beach. Image is Public Domain Check the WeatherIt might seem obvious, but checking the weather ahead of time is one of the most important things to do to have a great day at the beach. It's horrible to pack everything up, drive for an hour, and sit there baking in the sun or shivering in the cold. I've experienced everything from blistering heat to chilly days to weather that can turn on a dime. Remember, don't just check the temperature. That's only one small factor. You also want to consider the wind. If the temperature is perfect but the wind is strong or coming from the wrong direction, it can make for an unpleasant day. You also want to make sure it isn't TOO hot. It might seem like a super hot day is perfect for the beach, but it really isn't. It's easy to overheat, even with the water to cool off in. Once you're too hot, it's really hard to get cool again and it can make you feel pretty sick. Ideally you want to aim for about 25 degrees Celsius or 78 degrees Fahrenheit, give or take a few degrees. Make sure to check your weather station to see if storms are possible. In the heat of summer, thunder storms can build up and move in rapidly. You don't want to set out on what seems to be the perfect day only to have a nasty storm rain you out in the early afternoon. The further you're going for the beach, the most important checking the weather is. If you're only driving for a half hour, you can always head out early and call it a day if things heat up too much. But if you need to drive a couple of hours, make sure you're getting the most out of your beach day. Image by Lykaestria CC Protect Yourself from the SunIt's wonderful to spend all day in the sun, but you also need to take precautions. First, make sure you wear sunscreen. Even though it's a pain to put it on every few hours, espeicially if you're in the water, it really is important. There's the obvious reason of protecting yourself against skin cancer. Even if you think it can't happen to you, it definitely can. A tan really isn't worth it. Plus, sun burns are painful. If you go home with a bad burn, you'll with you'd gone through the hassle of applying sunscreen. You should choose a sunscreen that is at least 30 SPF and is a broad spectrum sunscreen. That means it protects you against UVA and UVB rays. Reapply it every couple of hours and use a water resistant sunscreen if you're going swimming. Also, don't assume that just because you're under the water, you don't need sunscreen. The water can actually make burning worse because the sun reflects off of it. I have a friend who was sunburned so badly she could move after making this mistake. Also make sure you have a hat and sunglasses, even you don't wear them the whole time. This is actually the perfect excuse to go shopping, ladies! Make sure your sunglasses have 100% UV protection, too, or you might as well not bother. It might seem silly, but it's a good idea to bring a big beach umbrella or a beach tent with you. The sun can be intense, especially in the middle of the afternoon, and it's really great to have some relief from it. Sun poisoning is not fun at all, and you can get it even if you're wearing sunscreen and you're in the water keeping cool. The beach we go always has lots of people with these umbrellas, so you won't look strange or out of place. You might even inspire someone else to get one. Alternatively, if you know your beach has lots of trees, try to get there early to snag a spot in the shade. You can still bring your towel or chair down to the sunny spots, but this way you'll have an escape from the sun when you need one. Bring Lots of SnacksMost public beaches have a snack stand or somewhere close to eat, but these places are always way overpriced. You definitely need food at the beach. Even if you're planning to eat lunch at a restaurant, you'll need snacks. It's easy to work up an appetite, especially in the water. There's something about spending the day in the lake or ocean that just makes you hungry! If you want to enjoy your day at the beach as much as possible, bring a cooler with lots of snacks. Some easy options are grapes, berries or other fruits, crackers, cheese, cut up veggies, and hard boiled eggs. Also, bring LOTS of water. If it's a hot day, you need to drink a lot to stay hydrated. If you don't drink enough water, you'll end up feeling washed out and probably a bit sick. This means you won't enjoy your day very much by the end. You should bring a liter of water per person if you're staying for the whole day (or make sure there's a place to fill up your water bottle throughout the day). Even if you're not thirsty, you still need to drink.