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CROOKLETS BEACH

 
 
Crooklets Beach

Crooklets is one of two beaches in the town of Bude. At low tide it joins Northcott to the north and Summerleaze to the south. Warning: Watch the tide if you wander onto another beach as you could find your way back to Crooklets is a long walk around the roads.
A large expanse of fine sand that grows as the tide recedes. Busy beach during the school summer holiday period. There is a promenade with beach huts along the back of the beach.

Access
Crooklets is on the north side of Bude and can be accessed by a short walk over the Summerleaze Down or down Crooklets Road from the town centre.
Beach Awards Blue Flag 2007 and 2011

Swimming & Surfing
Suitable for swimming - please observe the warning flags.
Crooklets is a well regarded surf spot with a variety of waves to suit all levels of surfer. To the north of the beach there is a righthander that breaks off Wrangles Rock which holds a fair size wave and can get quite hollow. See Surf Guide for more details.

Facilities
Lifeguard from 21st May to 25th September. Large car park, level access, a play area, skate park, beach cafe, showers, amusements and pubs close by
Bude SLSC holds surf life-saving demonstrations on Crooklets Beach every Tuesday evening during the summer

Parking
Large council car park

Dog Friendly
Dogs are banned from Easter Day to 1st October (except guide dogs).

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