Things to do at Bridlington North Beach review
Bridlington north beach is one of two beaches in this popular seaside town in East Yorkshire. The north and south beaches are divided by the harbour and both are very different. The south beach is a larger stretch of golden sand whereas the north beach has more pebbles. There is still plenty of sand for building sandcastles and even at high tide there’s a section of beach that never gets covered by the sea.
At the top end of the north beach near the harbour, you will find many traditional fairground rides. The rides are run by two different companies with two different token systems so make sure you choose which rides you prefer before you purchase your tokens. There are also some large amusement arcades here with bowling, a cinema, crazy golf and plenty of places to purchase traditional seaside food.
In the middle of the stretch of north beach, you will find the leisure centre. From here you can get one of two land trains up to Sewerby Hall and Gardens. The leisure centre has a fantastic pool and a clip n’ climb. There is then a long promenade going up to Sewerby. Along here there are public toilets, the lifeguard station, a cafe, another crazy golf course, then fish and chips, another cafe and beach huts which you can hire. The beach here stretches on and on and the further along you walk the more chance you’ll have of finding some rock pools.
FAQ and Further Information Bridlington North Beach
Is there food and drink available?
There are plenty of places along the north beach to purchase food and drinks including fish and chips.
What are the main things to do?
A long stretch of sand and pebble beach with many attractions including rides, amusements, leisure centre, land train, crazy golf, beach huts and more. There are toilets and a choice of places to purchase food and drinks.
Is there parking?
There is some parking on the road although it is pay and display.
When are they open?
Bridlington North Beach is accessible all year round.
On the North, side dogs are allowed beyond the North Bay fish and chip shop, in the other direction they are banned from the 1st May until 30th September.
Are they accessible?
There is a ramp down to the beach next to North Bay fish and chips.
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