Duckpool Beach

Duckpool is a wild and romantic cove, which is appreciated most for its wild setting. Dominated by the spectacular peak of Steeple Point Cliff, it is favoured by many as a quiet retreat away from it all. Swimming and surfing are not recommended, as the currents are extremely dangerous and razor-sharp rocks only add to the hazards.

Ideal for:  Exploring and remoteness.

Accessibility: Fair.  Good once you get passed the pebbles.

Facilities:  Seasonal food trailer/van.

Car Parking:  National Trust car park.

Safety: No Lifeguards.

Best time to surf:  All tides.

Dog Friendly?  Yes, all year.

SW Coast Path:  1.1 miles to Sandymouth Bay

Location: EX23 9JN

Directions: 6.3 miles / 15 minutes from the Bude TIC.  Turn left at the mini-roundabout and drive through the town.  Continue straight ahead (do not filter left or right), through the golf course and continue up the hill through Poughill.  Turn left at the junction, past Wooda Holiday Park and left at the next junction.  Simply continue straight ahead and turn left immediately after crossing the bridge.

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