Anderby Creek

Just 4 kilometres North from Chapel St. Leonards, is the beautiful long stretch of sandy unspoilt beach framed by sand dunes. This peaceful beach is ideal for walking and taking in the open space. Anderby Creek is home to the cloud bar, an ‘official cloud spotting area’.

80 Parking Spaces

Dog Friendly

Disability Access

Viewing Point

Access Point Address:
Marsh Yard (Moggs Eye), Huttoft LN13 9RT
Anderby Creek PE24 5XS
Wolla Bank, Anderby PE24 5XH

Walking

Lincolnshire can offer a variety of walking routes across many types of landscape. Choose your area, the length of walk and find a walk to suit your walking style. Off-road cycle paths on former railway lines include Water Rail Way and Spa Trail.

Bird Watching

Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast is home to thousands of birds nesting, migrating and gathering nearby the sand dunes, marshes and beaches. There’s plenty to spot, whatever the weather, whatever the season.

Fun for Kids

Free in every sense, the Natural Coast can entertain the family whatever the season. Lots to see, do and learn on the coast.

Plantlife

Bee, marsh and pyramidal orchids can be seen in flower in June and July on Lincolnshire’s Natural Coast. There are also many plants, like sea holly and sea buckthorn which thrive in this salty environment and the extensive reedbeds provides home for many species of birds.

Chapel Marsh Pit Nature Reserve

Why not explore further than the beach and discover the nearby Nature Reserve, spot wildlife, take a walk and learn something new.

Mapping & Directions

North Sea Observatory

Bird Watching

Beach Picnics