Hayburn Wyke is a delightful and isolated bay 6 miles north of Scarborough with the beach being pebble and rocks and in some places difficult to access.
The word ‘ wyke ‘ is of Scandinavian origin and denotes a narrow inlet sheltered by headlands.
The surrounding woodland is protected as a nature reserve and managed by the National Trust and the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. Its most unusual feature is a twin waterfall which cascades over a rocky ledge onto the boulder-strewn beach.
The beach is a haven for wildlife and a wide range of plants – badgers, foxes, deer and many other small mammals, birds and insects.
Very limited facilities although an Inn nearby.
We have no current information on dog restrictions for Hayburn Wyke Beach.
No water quality measurement available for Hayburn Wyke Beach.
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