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All reviews sand dunes car park national trust red squirrels lovely sand plenty of space sunny day main entrance ice cream lovely picnic nature reserve long walk dog walkers high tide kids love can walk for miles lovely walk
I have not been to this beach for years we came on a Sunday. The car park near the beach was bad we had to drive through a massive puddle which was deep to get in and then 1/2 of the car park was flooded....More
As a couple who like walking we came to Formby for a walk having been disappointed in Southport beach previously. There are no comparison’s! Beautiful day.
We happened to find the enterance via National Trust pay station which costs £4:50 for parking however as a...More
Amazing beach and walks. National trust area car parking £4.50. Areas to picnic and access to red squirrel area. Beach clean and suitable for people with horses.There was an icecream van but other than that did not see any ither facilities maybe there is further...More
This is a wonderful beach made up of mile upon mile of fine sands. On a clear day like it was on this visit, you can see the mountains of North Wales to the south and Blackpool and the mountains of the Lake District to...More
This place is amazing. I only type in beach on my Google maps, and it took me right here. Driving here from the M6 is a nightmare, although once you get here you'll definitely be at peace.
The beach is absolutely lovely, it's like walking...More
Decided to come here for the day with family had a great time, set off looked abit clouded and started spitting as we came through formby which played well no one charging for the car park !!! bonus more ice creams.
About lunch the sun...More
The beach was beautiful and huge, so plenty of space for everyone! The squirrel walk next to it was amazing and seeing red squirrels in the wild was an awesome experience. Definitely recommend to anyone
We went here yesterday and couldn’t get into the car park at 1 pm as it was full up. So we went into Southport and returned at 5 pm. It is now National Trust and they charge £6.50 for parking. There are few facilities as...More