Set in one of the East Coast’s best known resorts, this long, wide sandy beach has plenty of activities for the family to enjoy, including donkey rides and the refurbished Fairy Dell paddling pool. Other activities typically available include canoeing and kayaking, crazy golf, sailing, swimming, sunbathing, and even surfing. Or try crabbing or rock pooling, paddling, picnics, and flying kites.
Skegness beach is typically quiet and peaceful for most of the year, and known for its cleanliness, however, it can get busy in season. The North Shore tends to be the quietest part of the beach. When the tide is out, there are pleasant walks along the small sand dunes.
The beach has good access for those in wheelchairs or with pushchairs, and it’s also possible to hire beach wheelchairs. There’s also a vintage pier with a traditional promenade and nearby fairground. A lifeguard service is provided in season; dogs are banned from 1 May to 30 September.
The railway station is within walking distance, and there are plenty of nearby car parks. There are public toilets available – make sure you have some 20p pieces.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are banned from 1st May to 30th September and must be kept on leads in all adjacent areas.
- Crazy golf/putting
- Disabled facilities
- First aid point
OS grid ref.
TF 5732 6342
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Skegness Beach Reviews
Catherine FryDec 07th 2021
plenty of sand just right for kids. lots to do. very sunny
CordenJun 23rd 2020
loved this beach only got angry coz aresnal didnt score bgut anyeay great place to take kids and have a can of stella