Black Rock Beach

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Black Rock Beach

Black Rock Beach

On the south side of Widemouth Bay, Blackrock beach has wild beauty in abundance. Look to the south and you’ll spot a prominent rocky outcrop which gives this beach its name. Watch out for big tides here (Blackrock Beach becomes isolated at the height of the tide). Some major point and reef breaks draw the surfers, while nature lovers of all ages will enjoy looking through the abundance of rock pools at low tide.

Ideal for:  Relaxing, family fun and activities

Accessibility: Good access with ramp onto the sand.

Facilities:  Beach cafes and pubs closeby.

Car Parking:  Pay and display private car park.

Safety: Seasonal RNLI Lifeguards.

Best time to surf:  All tides.

Dog Friendly?  Yes, all year.

SW Coast Path:  2.8 miles to Summerleaze Beach | 2 miles to Millook

Location: EX23 0AG

Directions: 2.7 miles | 6 minutes from the Bude TIC.  Turn left out of the at TIC car park.  Continue straight ahead.  The first car park on the right is free (a 15 minute walk along the Coast Path to the beach) or continue down the hill.  The main car park is for Widemouth, the next is for Black Rock.

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