Parking

Down End Car Park Croyde Bay is open all year round and is the largest car park in the village. Because of its proximity to the beach and its beautiful view of the bay, this is a popular place to park for beach goers, surfers and locals alike.   We also have a surf academy and cafe on site; enjoy their surf lessons, equipment and snacks. A toilet block and a beach shower are added benefits.

Our popular pay & display system means that you just pay for the hours that you’re with us. So come on down, even if you’re just nipping down for a surf or a coffee, and blow away those cobwebs on the beach.

However, if you are a frequent visitor it might be worth considering a seasonal parking pass (see terms and conditions). Passes can be purchased below and posted to you or you can collect from The Drop In - please specify on the form.  PLEASE NOTE: The Drop In cafe is only open from 11-19th February and will then close again until 25th March (Easter is v late this year) so if you cannot attend in half term week please opt to have your pass sent to you in order to have it displayed on your windscreen from 1st March.  Passes will be sent out in mid to late February.

Passes are valid from 1st March 2017. Either continue to display your 2016-2017 pass or purchase a pay and display ticket until your pass becomes valid. 

If you own a holiday property and wish to purchase a season pass for the property, please contact us directly.

We have disabled parking areas and accessible toilet facilities but please note that wheelchair access to the beach is not possible from this location.

Please click below to buy your season ticket.

 

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Regular Parking Charges

Summer Tariffs

From March 1st to October 31st,
7 days a week between 8am & 6pm

TimeCost
Up to 1 Hour£1.00
Up to 2 Hours£2.00
Up to 3 Hours£3.00
All Day£6.00

Winter Tariffs

1st November to end of February,
7 days a week between 8am and 6pm

TimeCost
Up to 2 Hours£1.00
More than 2 Hours£2.00
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