Average time spent – 1+ hours.
Things to do at Cleethorpes Beach review
Like the vast majority of the beaches in Lincolnshire Cleethorpes beach as a wonderful stretch of golden sand. It’s certainly not as busy nor as touristy as Skegness but there’s still a few of your regular seaside attractions. These include donkey rides, a couple of rides and a few amusements. Plus of course some fantastic fish and chips.
Cleethorpes even has a pier. It’s a relatively short pier and its only attraction is a restaurant but what a view! Cleethorpes also has a fantastic paddling pool with a splash area and a boating lake. You can take the train from the promenade down to the south of Cleethorpes. Find out more here about Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway.
Cleethorpes is also famous for its Lollipop land train. So named because any child travelling on the train is given a lollipop. The Lollipop train takes you from the North Promenade and links up with the light railway near the leisure centre.
Important Information Cleethorpes Beach
Eating – There is a restaurant on the pier and a few places selling seaside treats such as fish and chips, ice-cream and more.
Facilities in brief – Large sandy beach with a pier, donkey rides, amusements, a few rides, land train and steam train. There are public toilets and places to purchase food and drinks.
Entry price – *FREE
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE the beach is free to visit. Some of the tourist attractions may charge a small fee.
Opening: Cleethorpes beach is open all year round
Dog friendly? Dogs are allowed on the beach from the Leisure Centre to Pleasure Island but the area from the Leisure Centre to Wonderland is a dog free zone from Easter to October.
Information on accessibility – There is slipway access down to the beach
Address: DN35 8RH, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.
Category – Beach – Outdoors – suitable for all ages.