Things to do at Sutton On Sea Beach review
Sutton On Sea is one of the quieter tourist beaches on the Lincolnshire coast. It is just a short drive from the larger and busier Mablethorpe. Like the vast majority of the Lincolnshire beaches, it has a wonderfully large sandy beach that’s perfect for sandcastles and general playing in the sand.
Sutton On Sea does have some of what you expect from a seaside town it’s just all a bit more low key. There are pretty beach huts which you can rent. Plus very close to the beach there is a shallow paddling pool with water jets which the kids will love. There is also a small playground next to this and some public toilets.
There are places to purchase fish and chips and purchase seaside essentials just in case you have forgotten something. Plus a few other places where you can purchase food and drinks. If you don’t fancy getting covered in sand there’s a lovely long promenade alongside the beach which you can go for a stroll along. There is a lifeguard over the summer.
FAQ and Further Information Sutton On Sea Beach
Is there food and drink available?
There is a choice of places to purchase food and drinks within Sutton On Sea.
What are the main things to do?
Large and quieter sandy beach with a paddling pool and playground close by. There are public toilets.
Is there parking?
There are a few small pay and display car parks within the seaside village.
When are they open?
The beach is open all year round
Dogs are permitted on the beach. However, a short section around the village centre is restricted between May 1st to September 30th.
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