Parents and guardians are advised to supervise their children at all times. Go to Visitor Centre for first aid. Emergency telephone adjacent to Old Visitor Centre.
A mobile lifesaving station run by the RNLI is located on the Blue Flag area to the left of the beach’s main entrance. This is open from 10am-6pm daily during high season.
The park welcomes dogs but please remember it’s the owner’s responsibility to keep them under control. If a dog is seen to be aggressive or causing a nuisance then we will ask the owner to put on its lead. New dog orders state that failure to comply will result in a fixed penalty notice. From May to September no dogs are allowed on the Blue Flag area of the beach.
Don’t get caught out by the tide! Tide timetables are available at the visitor centre so please check times before you head out for a long walk on the beach. Signposts displaying safety messages and emergency phone numbers can be found near the beach entrance. Take a minute to read these.
We want you to enjoy yourself but remember there are many people using our beach so please keep disruption to a minimum. For safety reasons disposable BBQs are not allowed on the beach, there are designated areas around the park which you can use. Please check out these areas on our map or ask at the visitor centre.
In the interest of safety the park operates on a 15 mph speed limit. Please be mindful of pedestrians and cyclists when driving around the park.
If you go down to the beach don’t forget to pack your sunscreen and a hat to avoid over exposure to the sun.
Please clean up after your dog, there are a number of bins throughout the park. Please dispose of any mess in a litter bin and double bag. Failure to clean up after your dog may result in a fine.
Keep your valuables secure at all times and do not leave items on display in your car.
Enjoy yourself but please consider your neighbours and keep noise to a minimum particularly late at night.
Clean up after your dog. Don’t forget to take bags with you, and dispose of the waste carefully. Dog owners are required by law to clean up after their dogs. If you allow your dog to foul and do not clean up after it you may be issued with a fixed penalty by a Dog Warden.
This is a very common plant which if touched can introduce a serious rash and blistering in susceptible people; children, in particular, should avoid playing with it. Avoid sitting on young rosettes of the plant as seen above. If you do have an adverse reaction to the plant keep the affected area out of direct sunlight and seek advice from your local doctor or pharmacist.