Sandy Wash is a short trail which leads from the Mead Davis Power Line road down to the shore of Lake Mojave. The small beach at the end of Sandy Wash offers a wonderful location, to picnic, camp, or jump into Lake Mojave to cool off with a swim. The beach is surrounded with Tamarisk bushes and willows to offer some privacy and the true feeling of being in a remove spot. The beach is located in a small cove, and there is a small arch just at the water line.
The road for the most part is very easy by 4×4 standards and should be passable by most vehicles. This is true with the exception of the last 100 feet of the trail which contains a water crossing about 30 inches deep and 100 feet long.
The two approaches to the trailhead are from Mead Davis Power line road, or the much more scenic Empire wash.