Sandylands Promenade And Beach
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Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Water On Route, Wheelchair Friendly
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A great little walk, takes us about 50 minutes to get round it and have a good play. We take our dog a few times a week here as there are different areas and things to see and do. Firstly we park on Whinnysty Lane which there is normally lots of room on, we have never been and not been able to park. The first part of our walk is on lead, we take the dog up the right side of the bank next to the houses (there is a big field on the left, but we will end our walk here, so firstly take the path on the right) follow the path along until you can see a short hill going downwards towards some houses in front of you, there is a left turn onto a viewing point, which has a path leading down the side of the hill which ends up on the promenade, follow that. The prom is nice and wide and is not usually too busy. There is a seating area about half way along. They do say to keep dogs on the lead on the prom but if it's quiet it's usually relaxed. As you walk along, on the right there is an opening down to the beach - great when the tide is out. There is a large sandy beach area here so... time to let the dog off the lead! Work your way left along the beach until you reach some steps on the left hand side, these take you back up to the promenade... straight over the path is a large field which is where most of the dogs play. This is another off lead area so let him or her go! This is the prime time to get the ball out and theres often a few dogs on there to make friends with too. If you went the right way you should have gone round in a big circle and ended up back near Whinnysty Lane again.
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Sandylands Promenade And Beach, Morecambe, Heysham
10 years agoLoved this beach, lots & lots of coast line, even in this rather long hot summer there was still plenty of beach to let our puppy GSD off the lead even had his first swim. Thank you for this recommendation.
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