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Edited: 21st May 2021

Sea Palling dog-friendly beach, Norfolk

Description

Long sandy dog-friendly beach with narrow bays.  Not much sand when the tide is in, but there are also footpaths.

Details

Cafe by the beach, and hot doughnuts!  Large car parks, and we saw large motorhomes parked up.

Walk

The walk is on the beach so it's best to time your visit to arrive just before low tide.  There's also a small community orchard and walk through a gate opposite the long-stay car park. This is ideal for a quiet picnic and meander with the dog, and also for dogs who have difficulty with sand in their paws.

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Choccybarplease

Walnut 787 Points
16 January 2020

Relaxed place to take your dogs to a beach

Lots of dogs, lots off lead, chilled atmosphere. I think if you come here with dogs it is expected that there will be some dashing about. Easy parking, basic shop supplies. You can walk for miles towards Winterton. A little way along the road opposite the car park is a ‘behind the beach’ walk which takes you through woods and fields to Horsey. Much more interesting than the beach so it’s good to do it as a circular and include fields one way, beach the other. Best of both worlds, with fish and chips or doughnuts at the end!

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nchadwick

Green 114 Points
09 October 2018

Good beach for energetic dogs

Beach is good and flat with shallow water for dogs to run through at low tide. Some basic shops nearby if you forget anything. There is some free parking just down the road. All dog restrictions are lifted in winter months.

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perry1

Green 28 Points
16 February 2012

great large sandy beach ,dogs allowed right side only,parking 2mins away but you do have to pay.only slight downside for some dog owners that walk them off lead is the risk of the dogs taking to much interest in the inquisitive seals

Edited: 21st May 2021. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.