Ideas to keep the children happy!

Playground by the Crazy Golf, swings, seesaw and rocking horse.

Crazy Golf at Esplanade Gardens / Pitch and Putt by the Lighthouse – phone resort services for opening times 01485 535150.

Visit Paint me Ceramics – 22 Westgate, 01485 534340 to make your own pot etc.

Do the bug hunt on Boston Sensory Park, pick up details at TIC.

Oasis Leisure centre – Swimming (indoors) Fun Castle Adventure Play area and Eco Ice Skating – 01485 534227.

Beach combing (rock pools under cliffs when tide out) and sandcastle building.

Paddling and swimming in the sea.

Donkey and Pony rides on the beach.

Visit the Sea Life Centre and Seal Hospital (indoors) – 01485 533576. Use the new pirate ship adventure playground there.

Fairgrounds rides at the end of the promenade and amusements arcades around the town.

Sea Monster Tour or Sea Tours to Seal Island – 01485 534444.

Blackbeard’s Adventure Golf along the promenade– 01485 535737.

Captain Willie’s Soft Play Activity Centre at Searle’s (indoors) – 01485 534211.

Bowlers Ten Pin Bowling Alley and amusements (indoors) – 01485 534960.

Take a Trip on the Land Train from Searles Holiday Park to the lighthouse at Old Hunstanton and back.

Learn to sail, windsurf or kite surf 01485 534455 or 07897 563734.

See a show or a film at The Princess Theatre (indoors) – 01485 532252.

Play Tennis. At the recreation ground, to hire courts contact oasis leisure centre. 01485 534227.

Children’s playgroundat the Recreation Ground.

Watch a game of cricket or football up at the recreation ground.

Swim at Old Hunstanton Beach and have an ice cream at the Old Beach Cafe.

Visit the RNLA Lifeboat Station at Old Hunstanton on a Sunday Morning.

Blue Flag Beach

Hunstanton’s main beach has been awarded Blue Flag status for a third consecutive year. Blue Flag is an environmental award given to resort beaches throughout the world that achieve the highest standards.
Blue Flag beaches meet specific criteria relating to:
• Environmental education and information.
• Environmental management.
• Safety and services.
• Water quality.


Beach Conduct

• Use the litter and recycling bins on the beach.
• Use public transport, walk or cycle to the beach.
• Follow the beach code of conduct.
• Enjoy the nature of the beach and the surrounding area but treat it with respect.
• Stay away from wildlife areas, especially at nesting-time.

Beach Safety

Be safe while visiting Hunstanton’s beach. Some Safety Tips:
• Children’s inflatable’s should always have a line connected, held securely by an adult on the shore.
• Always check the tide before you enter the water. The TIC sell tide books for the whole year, or www.easytide.ukho.gov.uk
Remember to protect yourself against the sun’s ray: ‘Slip – Slap – Slop’
• Slip on a shirt.
• Slap on a hat.
• Slop on sunscreen.

Beach patrols are on duty from Easter to the end of the school summer holidays in September and first aid is available. A lifeboat is based at Old Hunstanton, about a mile along the coast.

Dogs are not permitted on the beach, from the power boat ramp to the northern extremity of the promenade, between Good Friday and 31st October.
Dogs on the promenade, must be kept on a lead at all times and, under the dog fouling legislation, dog owners will also be required to remove dog faeces deposited by their dogs wherever they are in Hunstanton.

• There are ramps onto the beach and toilets for people with disabilities.

Beach Chalets

Located along Hunstanton’s North Promenade, each chalet offers you wonderful sea views across The Wash and your own guaranteed space away from the crowds on the beach.
Chalets are available to hire throughout the season, from the 1st April each year, on a daily, weekly or seasonal basis.
Chalets are an ideal base for a family trip to the beach and even include a free reserved parking space.
Chalets are priced at: £17.60 per day, £82.00 per week or £576.00 per season.
Advanced booking can be made by contacting the on 01485 536148