Coastal access points
The coast is part of our national identity. Valued for its scenery and as a place for relaxation and enjoyment.
We have provided points along the coast to provide access to the beautiful coastline.
- Anderby Creek, Skegness: Parking for 150 cars
- Brickyard Lane, Theddlethorpe St Helen: Parking for 6 cars
- Chapel Six Marshes, Chapel St Leonards: Parking for 80 cars
- Crook Bank, Theddlethorpe St. Helen: Parking for 20 cars
- Freiston Shore, Freiston: Parking for 30 cars
- Horseshoe Point, Marshchapel: Parking for 10 cars
- Howdens Pullover, Skidbrooke North End: Parking for 20 cars
- Huttoft Car Terrace, Alford: Parking for 200 cars
- Leverton, Boston: Parking for 30 cars
- Marsh Yard (Moggs Eye), Huttoft: Parking for 150 cars
- Rimac, Saltfleetby St Clement: Parking for 15 cars
- Saltfleet Haven, Saltfleet: Parking for 15 cars
- Sea Lane, Friskney: Parking for 10 cars
- Sea Lane, Saltfleet: Parking for 80 cars
- Sea Lane, Theddlethorpe all Saints: Parking for 20 cars
- Sea Lane, Wainfleet St Mary: Parking for 30 cars
- Stonebridge, Donna Nook, North Somercotes: Parking for 50 cars
- Wolla Bank, Anderby: Parking for 40 cars
Byelaws prohibit overnight parking (between 10 pm and 6 am) at the following coastal car parks:
- Anderby Creek
- Wolla Bank
- Marsh Yard
- Moggs Eye
- Huttoft Car Terrace
- Chapel Six Marshes
Overnight parking permits are available to sea anglers on the condition that vehicles are less than 1.9m high and they are not slept in.
To request an overnight parking permit, email [email protected], including your name, address and telephone number. It may take 14 days to receive your permit.