Anderby Creek Beach
Average time spent – 1+ hours.
Things to do at Anderby Creek Beach review
Anderby Creek is located on the Lincolnshire coastline in between Chapel St Leonards and Sutton on Sea. There are no busy and noisy arcades here, no donkeys and no other attractions.
It’s quite simply a lovely peaceful place to pass some time without having to spend any money. This will never change because Anderby creek is protected by a protection order. If you want to stay here there are 5 nearby caravan parks to choose from and there is a small café and store.
Parking at the beach is free. There is limited parking, but enough parking. There is also a council-run toilet block in the car park (not open all year round). Anderby Creek beach does not have a lifeguard.
Between September and March dogs are allowed on the beach. You must clean up any mess that they make. Outside of these months dogs are only allowed on a limited area of the beach. Please read here for more information. The instructions sound complicated however according to the sign dogs aren’t allowed on the south area from March to September.
Anderby Creek is home to the UK’s only purpose-built cloud spotting platform. It is called the Cloud bar but it is not actually a bar. The beach has good soft golden sand and there’s usually plenty of shells to find. There are also lots of dunes which make a great windbreak.
Important Information Anderby Creek Beach
Eating – There is a cafe next to the beach.
Facilities in brief – Quiet beach with golden soft sand. Cafe, car park and council toilets (not always open).
Opening: The beach is open all year round
Address: Sea Rd, Anderby Creek, Skegness PE24 5XW, Lincolnshire, England.
Dog friendly? Dogs are not permitted on the beach between May and September.
Category – Beach – Suitable for all ages.
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