Studland - Knoll Beach
Knoll beach forms the southern end of Studland Bay’s has four mile stretch of white sand. Backed by sand dunes the beach forms part of the Studland National Nature Reserve.
At the northern end, Towards Shelly beach, is a naturist beach.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are welcome all year; 1 October - 30 April there are no restrictions. 1 April - 30 September dogs on a short lead (max 2m).
- Diving & snorkelling
- Good fishing
- Wind surfing
OS grid ref.
SZ 0344 8349
There are four car parks. with varying prices throughout the year. with spaces for disabled people at the Knoll car park. National Trust members park free.
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Studland - Knoll Beach Reviews
INEZ ELLWAYMay 21st 2022
Lovely beach, shame about lazy people who dont pick.up their dog poo. Both my husband & I stood in dog poo a couple of times, ALL WELL & GOOD LETTING DOGS ONTO THE BEACH….BUT PICK UP THE DOG POO!!!!!!!!!! Its not nice having to clean dog poo from shoes/feet.
Mark TownendAug 26th 2021
Loads of parking, wonderful Sandy beach with gentle slope into sea. Useful sandwich shop and clean toilets. Perfect day out!
Studland Beach is now ruined. Dogs everywhere.