Whilst there are no lifeguards on the beach, North East Lincolnshire Council provide a Beach Safety service every day of the year. Operating from the Resort Hub on Central Promenade (opposite the Pier), the team provides a number of key services, including first aid, tidal patrols, a lost children’s service as well as providing information to visitors, businesses and residents.
The team can also provide educational talks on their role and the local environment, and welcome individuals, school groups, clubs, societies or organisations who wish to take learn more about the local features the environment has to offer, as well as the risks they pose. Please contact the team for more details.
The resort team operates:
9:00am – 6:00pm during the summer months (April – September)
9:00am – 4:00pm during the winter months (October – March)
The team use four CCTV cameras to monitor the beach and maximise public safety.
The resort team have all-terrain wheelchairs available for public use.
You can learn more about using the beach safely by visiting the RNLI website
Swimming and watersports aren’t the only ways that people can get into trouble at the beach. Tide times and heights vary throughout the month and you can easily get cut off by the tide whilst out walking on the beach. You can check the tide times here. Please make sure you leave any sand banks 5 hours before the high water times to avoid being cut off by the fast incoming tide.
Dogs on the Beach
Dogs are not allowed on the beach from Wonderland Groyne (North Prom beach) to Cleethorpes Leisure Centre from Good Friday to 30 September each year. Our Beach Map shows the areas that dogs are allowed at this time.
Please keep your dog close to you and under control at all times. Please clear up your dog’s mess and use bins provided.
Protect, respect and enjoy Cleethorpes
Please respect our beaches, parks and public areas. #leaveonlyfootprints by taking your litter home or using the bins provided. Please do not leave rubbish behind in any circumstances. Please respect the wildlife. We have some amazing birds and wildlife so please try not to disturb them. Please follow the Countryside Code so we can protect the landscape, wildlife and ourselves.