Walcott Beach

Walcott Beach

Last Updated on February 19, 2024 by Suzy

Things to do at Walcott Beach Review

Walcott Beach is a mostly sandy beach, with good access no matter where the tide is. When the tide is out, you have a long stretch of golden sand to enjoy, which is perfect for making sandcastles!

There are no car parks in Walcott, but plenty of free, parking is available on the road. From here, there is direct access to the beach, mostly via steps or by stepping over a wall. 

During weekend and peak times, you’ll find the Kingfisher Fish Bar open across the road from the beach. There is also a cafe next door where you can sit in to eat if you want. An ice cream van can often be found on Coast Road as well. 

Public toilets are available on Coast Road, the road opposite the beach. 

This is a guest post with thanks to Me Him the Dog and the Baby

FAQ and Further Information Walcott Beach

Is there food and drink available?

There are places nearby where you can purchase food and drinks most weekends and holidays.

What are the main things to do?

When the tide is out, you have a long stretch of golden sand to enjoy, which is perfect for making sandcastles!

Is there parking?

There is free, parking on the roads nearby.

Dog friendly?

There are dog restrictions on Walcott beach during the summer months (1st May to 30th September) between the main groynes.


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