A pebbly beach that can be busy in the summer on a hot sunny day, or deserted on a cold snowy winter's day. But fun to take in all the seasons. Great kite flying beach if windy! Watch out for the lifeguard flags as they will warn you when it is unsafe to swim. There are toilets near the car park at the very end of the lane, which are open during daylight hours in summer and winter. In the summer, there is an ice-cream van as well with the usually overpriced ice-creams.
Take th bikes and head along the tarmac path to the right of the toilets as it links up with Rye Nature Reserve. Be careful of heavy plant machinery moving the shingle during the week. But lovely and serene during the weekend. Tarmac is easier to cycle on for youngsters especially like ours still using stabilisers. There are farm animals on the left, which creates a peaceful atmosphere.
Take some refreshments and sit on the beach or beside the fields for a much needed rest.
By the playing field by the toilets, is a playground which has a variety of equipment for children, and a basketball hoop for older children. Mostly clean and well maintained, although sometimes visited by messy teenagers who don't know how to put their rubbish in the bin.
There is a Co-op as you enter the lane to the beach and it sells a variety of picnic foods, refreshments and ice-creams. So for a cheaper day out, a family of 4 can get a box of ice-creams for a couple of pounds in here.
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