I'm sure there is somewhere at the Cape you could take it. Some small inlets might allow a little beach traversing. I will fly to Plymouth and video tape you riding around Plymouth Rock, if you are willing. Not a long drive for you, either
Lotsa trails in the Plymouth area, however using them is "at your own risk"!! The environmental Police love handing out $200. tickets! Almost all private property owners and legally Off Roading either MC or 4WD not legit! Even Miles Standish State Forest which years ago had miles of Off Road MC trails cut and it's primary use then was dirt riding now NO off road either machines.:crying: Noisy MC's and crazy SUV drivers screwed that up!! Now it's basically Hikers and Campers.
Very tempting and fun long as you don't see an Environmental Cop your OK, cheating but... we as Jeep owners are expected to "Tread Lightly". A bit of sand/beach riding works if you can get the permits. Permits available at the Nat'l Seashore ay P-Town, tough deep sand, a challenge. Check on line for equipment needed and tire sizes first and cost.
Wolfdog "12 JKU Sahara "15 Thrailhawk South of Boston