Situated on the boundary of the Lake District National Park, Silecroft Beach is a long, gently shelving beach which offers scenic views of the towering Black Combe, a 600m tall fell.

Silecroft Beach offers 3 miles of golden sand at low tide, and it is a popular destination for dog walking and horse riding. We recommend that you consult a lifeguard about the tide forecast before you start your walk along the beach.

If you stay until sunset, you can expect picturesque views of the sun’s descent into the Irish Sea. On a clear day, you may even spot the Isle of Man on the horizon.

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Q Is Silecroft Beach sandy?

Silecroft Beach is a sand and shingle beach. At low tide, Silecroft Beach offers a 3-mile stretch of golden sand.

Q Are dogs allowed on Silecroft Beach?

There are no restrictions on dog walking at Silecroft Beach.

Q How long is Silecroft Beach?

Silecroft Beach is around 3 miles long.

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