The beach, just like football and baseball games, is [I]an attractive nuisance[/I].
Property that is inherently dangerous and particularly enticing to children. For example a swimming pool has a strong attraction to children and could lead to a liability judgment against the pool’s owner. The owner must take all necessary steps to prevent accidents, such as building an adequate fence around the pool.
It seems to me that people will drive hundreds of miles to go to the beach.
The beach is the problem.
The football and basketball and baseball teams are attractive nuisances too.
I say we just build fences around places like beaches and sports arenas.
Like they say, sort of, about guns, "when beaches and sports are outlawed, only outlaws will have fun."