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The best beach toys under $20 you can get at Walmart today

Why spend a lot of money on beach toys for the summer season? Beach toys take a beating whether it’s at the seashore or in the backyard. Most of the time buckets, pails and other beachside favorites only last a season. So, don’t break the bank outfitting your kiddo’s fun in the sand with pricey pails and shovels. A better idea is to head to your local Walmart either in-person or online. You’ll find the best beach toys for your children at affordable prices. Ordering online with Walmart is convenient. You can have the items shipped to your home. Many online orders are eligible for a quick curbside pickup, too. If you need toys for the beach this summer, Walmart has them. Here are awesome buys for under $20 to make summer on the sand super fun.

16-Piece JustForKids Beach Toys

This 16-piece set is an all-in-one day-at-the-beach score. Bucket, shovels, sand molds and more come complete in a reusable mesh bag that’s easy for kids to carry themselves from the car to the sand.

10-Piece Play Day Beach Basket

Kids will have loads of fun with this 10-piece sand toy set that comes in a convenient plastic reusable basket.

Play Day Dive ‘N Grab Scrambler Fish Set

Lots of families bring a plastic play pool to the beach for toddlers to keep cool and play in. Toss in the 12-piece Play Day Dive ‘N Grab Scrambler Fish Set, and your toddler will have a blast scooping up fish, shells, crabs and more with a net designed perfectly for little hands.

Beach Toys Mega Pack Bulk Beach and Sandbox Play Set

If your kids love to make sandcastles and creations in the sand, this 10-piece set is a must-have. All the pieces store conveniently in a pink or blue carry bag. Set includes a watering can, rake and cute sand molds to help your kids make adorable sand creations.

Click ‘N Play Bucket and Shovel Beach Toy Set

Everyone needs his or her own bucket and with the Click ‘N Play set, you get three beach buckets and a shovel at a great price. The buckets collapse, too, to make traveling and storage easy.

Sandwood Kids Beach Set

You can’t go to the beach without a dump truck. How would you move all that sand? With this five-piece set from Sandwood, kids get a cool dump truck, shovel, rake and two animal molds for a busy day in the sand.

Springwind Beach Toy Sand Set

Kids will have hours of fun at the beach with the Springwind Beach Toy Sand Set. They will love moving sand or shells in the wheelbarrow. Set includes a watering can, shovel, rake and sand molds. Toys can be stored inside the wheelbarrow.

Kids Beach Toy Sand Shovel

If you have older kids that love to dig those really big holes in the sand, then pick up this three-piece set from Lavo Home. It’s a great pick for larger families or for adults entering those cool sandcastle building contests.

USA Toyz Beach Toy Basket Set

For kiddos who love animals, this eight-piece set has adorable animal molds along with a shovel, rake and watering can. Everything fits inside the convenient plastic basket.

Kids Beach Toy Sand Set

Kids will have a lot of fun with this 12-piece set from Fun Little toys that includes a water wheel, watering can, shovel, hand rake and molds. Your kids will have hours of fun with the water wheel and making molds in the sand.

Keeping the kids happy and busy during the summer can get expensive with day trips, outings and vacations. Spending extra cash on beach toys shouldn’t be a worry. Outfitting your kids for a super fun day at the beach isn’t expensive at Walmart. These budget-friendly beach toy suggestions will give your kids hours of fun in the sand. Beach toys get a lot of use each summer and sometimes get left behind in the sand. So, you don’t want to spend a great deal of money on toys for the beach. The solution is to head to Walmart.

Dawn Miller
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