Skegness beach is probably Lincolnshire’s most renown beach, it’s called Skeg, Skeggy and Skegvegas by those who have been there and is one of the county’s most visited seaside resorts and in particular for those in the East Midlands. It’s a perfect, wide, sandy beach with promenade gardens and boating lakes.
All visitor reviews speak of the cleanliness of this beach, the facilities and the fun they’ve had there all year round.
There are great restaurants and cafes and a lot of attractions allowing a really good day out whatever the weather!It’s a great sandy beach for surfing, bodyboarding, swimming, boating and canoeing as the water is shallow with a gradual gradient and the surf is not too wild making it a perfect spot for those with little children as well.
Facilities at the beach include large car park and street parking, seasonal lifeguards, toilets incl. disabled, deckchair/chalet/beach hut hire, restaurants/cafes, first aid facilities, pier, promenade, amusements and slipway.
Skegness Beach is a Blue Flag Beach.
Dog Friendly Beach?
Skegness beach does not allow dogs between 1st May to 30th September.
Water samples are taken at regular intervals during the bathing season and at the end of the season the water quality is classified as: - Excellent: the highest classification meaning the water is cleanest - Good: generally good water quality - Sufficient: meets minimum standards - Poor: You are advised not to swim. The beach will stay open and an action plan should be in place to improve the water quality.
Skegness Beach 7 Day Weather Forecast
Today Expect a temp in the range 10.4℃ to 11.2℃ with wind speed 6.5 m/sec (NE)
Saturday, Jun 03 Expect a temp in the range 10.4℃ to 11.4℃ with wind speed 5.4 m/sec (NE)
Sunday, Jun 04 Expect a temp in the range 10.8℃ to 11.8℃ with wind speed 5.7 m/sec (NE)
Monday, Jun 05 Expect a temp in the range 11.1℃ to 12.2℃ with wind speed 4.6 m/sec (NE)
Tuesday, Jun 06 Expect a temp in the range 11.4℃ to 12.1℃ with wind speed 5 m/sec (NE)
Wednesday, Jun 07 Expect a temp in the range 11.3℃ to 12.4℃ with wind speed 4.8 m/sec (ENE)
Thursday, Jun 08 Expect a temp in the range 11.5℃ to 12.1℃ with wind speed 6.3 m/sec (ENE)
Skegness weather forecast from Yr, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NRK
Skegness Beach Tide Times
Tide times are available at around 600 locations and the closest location to Skegness Beach is at Skegness 0.24 km (0.15 miles) away. Tides are displayed beneath for up to 7 days and we list both high and low water times along with the height, helping you to plan the best time to visit Skegness Beach. These times are not adjusted for BST.
Fri 02 Jun High Tide at 04:34 (Height 6.05m) Low Tide at 10:59 (Height 1.78m) High Tide at 16:41 (Height 6.20m) Low Tide at 23:29 (Height 1.35m)
Sat 03 Jun High Tide at 05:16 (Height 6.29m) Low Tide at 11:47 (Height 1.52m) High Tide at 17:28 (Height 6.41m)
Sun 04 Jun Low Tide at 00:14 (Height 1.24m) High Tide at 05:56 (Height 6.47m) Low Tide at 12:34 (Height 1.29m) High Tide at 18:16 (Height 6.57m)
Mon 05 Jun Low Tide at 00:59 (Height 1.18m) High Tide at 06:38 (Height 6.61m) Low Tide at 13:21 (Height 1.12m) High Tide at 19:03 (Height 6.64m)
Tue 06 Jun Low Tide at 01:42 (Height 1.19m) High Tide at 07:19 (Height 6.67m) Low Tide at 14:06 (Height 1.03m) High Tide at 19:52 (Height 6.59m)
Wed 07 Jun Low Tide at 02:24 (Height 1.30m) High Tide at 08:02 (Height 6.64m) Low Tide at 14:53 (Height 1.03m) High Tide at 20:41 (Height 6.43m)
Thu 08 Jun Low Tide at 03:08 (Height 1.49m) High Tide at 08:46 (Height 6.51m) Low Tide at 15:43 (Height 1.12m) High Tide at 21:35 (Height 6.17m)
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