TOAL was from the Pavillion carpark, which costs 50p per hour.
Weymouth Beach is a curving arc of golden sand adjacent to the town centre, with Weymouth pier at the southern end. Family-friendly, the safe, shallow waters are ideal for swimming, and a range of other activities are on offer during summer, from donkey rides to Punch and Judy shows.
Ramps lead to the sand from the long, flat, attractive promenade. There is disabled parking near the beach plus a free beach wheelchair for hire from the Office. Windbreaks and deckchairs can be hired, and there are plenty of food choices. Weymouth Pier is at the southern end and a miniature train sometimes runs.
From 1 May to around the end of September RNLI lifeguards and beach attendants are on duty; there’s a First Aid point and a Lost Children service. There are numerous free public toilets, accessible toilets, baby change, and shower facilities.
Seasonal events include sports, festivals, sand sculptures, and fireworks. Activities include water sports, crazy golf, a fun fair, amusements, pedalos, and donkey rides for children.
Dogs are not allowed on the main central beach or Lodmoor from Good Friday to the end of October and must always be on lead on The Esplanade, but there is an allocated exercise area near the Pavilion.
Weymouth holds Blue Flag and Seaside Awards and is recommended by the Marine Conservation Society.
Land owner permission not required.
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