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All reviews sand dunes quiet beach car park national trust beautiful walk red hut lake district well worth a visit dog walkers great fun lovely place nature reserve sunny day high tide toads estuary paths
I loved going here, despite the rain. The Nature reserve was just beautiful, as were the beaches. I so wanted to go walking, but we were on our way home, after a couple of days in Barrow in Furness.
The Red Hut, was a fascinating...More
I remember coming here a lot over the years, the topography has changed a lot, sand dunes smaller, a lot more grass and bracken. Now National Trust operated so free parking in the small car park for members, two disabled spaces. Made up paths to...More
Just a peaceful place to walk on any kind of day. Unspoiled beech and sand dunes which are big! Wide open views of the lake district mountains. The sound of sea birds and the tide and lots of fresh air. A great place to visit.
An excellent guide with lots of information about things other than Orchids. This is a lovely place with the best beach for a long way around and great views to visit with an improved Car Park (a charge for non-members) and a snack bar at...More
Wanted to visit this beach for sometime now and glad we did. The views from the dunes and beach across to the Lake District are stunning.
It's a relatively quiet beach which was lovely. Whilst the red barn is a great addition the day we...More
Sandscale Haws is home to one of the largest populations of natterjack toads in the UK and there are boardwalks running from the new Pay & Display car park to their breeding pools.
Lots of areas to walk in from the beach to the dunes...More
Such a lovely bit of coastline and truly an example of 'big skies'. The walks along the coast are beautiful and peaceful and it is great fun for all to explore the sanddunes.
There is a small carpark (free to National Trust members) and a...More