Guide to Cornwall's beaches

Crooklets Beach

Crooklets Beach

The small beach of Crooklets ajoins Summerleaze and Northcott Mouth at low tide forming a larger bay. The sandy beach is bordered to the north by Wrangle point and seperated from Summerleaze beach to the south by a rocky outcrop.
A popular family beach with plenty of facilities, Crooklets can get a little busy during the summer months
The beach received a Blue Flag Award in 2007

Type of beach

Sandy

Lifeguard service

RNLI lifeguard service - daily 19 May to 30 September

Dogs friendly beach?

Seasonal dog ban. Easter day to 1st October

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Disabled access

Level access to the beach from the large car park which has disabled access. There is also a sand chair available from the Summerleaze Beach Office - 01288 352226

Postcode

EX23 8NE

OS grid ref.

SS 2021 0723

Facilities

Having acheived Blue Flag status, Crooklets has a high level of facilities and disabled access. These include shops, toilets, a cafe and an outdoor swimming pool

Parking

Car park by the beach

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