Sefton Council, along with local authorities across Merseyside, is calling for members of the public to remain vigilant and continue to stay home as much as possible, in light of national changes to the UK’s Coronavirus response.
The area around Crosby beach, and Crosby Marine Park stretches from Waterloo to the estuary of the River Alt at Hightown. The Coastal Park is currently home to Antony Gormley's Another Place.
The site is ideal for many informal activities such as birdwatching, flying kites, walking, picnics. Facing west, there are fine views of the Iron Men, the docks, North Wales and excellent sunsets. You can also visit Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre our purpose-built water sports and visitor centre, featuring a bistro, gym and conference centre.
- Water sports and visitor centre
- Children's play area
- Car parking
- Coastal fotpath and cycleway
- Site of Local Biological Interest
- Sefton Coast Special Area of Conservation
- Ribble and Alt Estuaries Special Protection Area
How to get there
Car parking is available off Cambridge Road, Blucher Street, Mariners Road and Hall Road West. The nearest railway Stations are Waterloo, Blundellsands and Crosby, and Hall Road