Skegness beach front with benches and the pier and ferris wheel in the distance
Skegness beach front with benches and the pier and ferris wheel in the distance

Lincolnshire - Skegness Beach

There's something for everyone at sandy Skeggy

Skegness is a seaside town and civil parish on the Lincolnshire coast of the North Sea, about 43 miles east of Lincoln.

Skegness beach has beautiful golden sand and a multitude of traditional seaside attractions and activities to keep the whole family entertained.

Skegness was one of the country’s first seaside resorts to welcome
visitors and is still one of the most popular today - and it’s not hard to see

Walk along the front at Skegness and you'll find a wonderland of family-friendly attractions: go-karting, ten-pin bowling, fun fairs and crazy golf to name just a few.

Other activities usually available include canoeing and kayaking, crazy golf, sailing, swimming, sunbathing, and even surfing. Or try crabbing or rock pooling, paddling, picnics, and flying kites. There’s even a vintage pier with a traditional promenade.

Skegness beach is typically quiet and peaceful for most of the year, and known for its cleanliness, however, it can get busy in peak summer season. The north shore tends to be the quietest part of the beach and, when the tide is out, there are pleasant walks along the small sand dunes.

The beach has good access for wheelchairs and pushchairs, and it’s also possible to hire beach wheelchairs. A lifeguard service is provided in season and dogs are not allowed from 1 May to 30 September.


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