- Beach info
- Beach Map & Location
Firstaid, Shops, Restaurant, Campsite, Deckchairhire, Beachhuts, Cafe, Leisurecentre, Slipway, Pedalo, Pier, Arcade, Disability, Toilets
Surfing, Swimming, Canoeing, Canoeing, Jetskiing
Nature and Wildlife
Nature reserve and local historical attractions.
Parking Available / Free Parking Available / Paid Parking Zones /
Beach Awards and Information
Blue Flag Beach
Quality Coast Award
Marine Conservation Society Recommended
How to find Cleethorpes Beach
North East Lincolnshire / Grimsby
A180 through Grimsby from the M180 motorway. Also A16 and then A1098 to Cleethorpes.
Rail connections from Doncaster. Manchester. London & Sheffield.
We use a simple colour coded key to display the amount of cottages nearby, the below shows the three different colours and the number range for each one from green through to red.
- 100 +
Appalling state of dog area in cleethorpes
Cleethorpes Council should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves. The dog beach area is appalling. On my previous visit there was very little beach for the dog, the area consisted of what looked like coal dust and in front of that instead of sea where the dogs could cool down on a hot day, all there was, was a huge boggy area, thick mud covered in long grass.
Since then it has deteriorated even more. The tiny dog area has been reduced to about a third of the original size,(which to begin with was little more than a couple of large gardens.)
What a disappointing day out it was. It would appear the Cleethorpes council are trying to put dog owners off visiting Cleethorpes.
Out of season the beach is lovely but often between October and April, the weather isn't suitable for a day at the seaside. I am sure it would be possible to take a section of the proper beach instead ofn the sludge area for dog owners to take there dogs.
I certainly would not recommend a visit to Cleethorpes. Not if you want to take your dogs to the beach.