Cornish beaches where dogs are banned 2018

Dogs are now unwelcome on many of Cornwall’s as the summer ban come into effect from 1 April. Break the ban and you could face an £80 fixed penalty fine.

There are many beaches where dogs are allowed all year round, but others have a dog ban in place during the tourist season. The majority of beaches in the county have restricted access for our four-legged friends as of Easter Sunday.

Some beaches have partial bans or restrictions and many have bans during the day, which are then lifted in the evening. Dogs are often allowed on the beaches between 7pm and 8am, but it’s always worth checking the signs as some times may vary.

Guide dogs are allowed on beaches even where dog bans are in place.

The 56 beaches where a ban will be in place in Cornwall are:

Cadgwith Cove Easter Sunday to September 30
Carbis Bay first Sunday before Easter to September 30 – morning dog walks between 5am and 8am are allowed
Carlyon Bay Easter Sunday to September 30
Castle Beach Falmouth Easter Sunday to September 30
Cawsand Bay Easter Sunday to September 30
Chapel Porth Easter Sunday to September 30
Charlestown Beach all year round
Crackington Haven Easter Sunday to September 30
Crinnis Beach all year round
Crooklets Bude Easter Sunday to September 30
Duporth Beach all year round
East Looe Beach all year round
Godrevy May 1 to September 30 – 8am – 7pm
Gunwalloe Cove Church Cove Easter Sunday to September 30 – 7am – 7pm
Gwithian Easter Sunday to September 30 between Ceres Rock and Red River
Gyllyngvase Easter Sunday to September 30
Hayle Towans May 1 to September 30 – 8am – 7pm – between Hayle River and Black Cliffs
Hendra – Praa Sands Easter Sunday to September 30
Kenidjack St Just Easter Sunday to September 30
Kennack Sands Easter Sunday to September 30 – 7am to 7pm
Kynance Cove Easter Sunday to September 30 – 7am – 7pm
Lizard Church Cove Easter Sunday to September 30
Maenporth Easter Sunday to September 30
Marazion May 1 to 30 September – 8am – 7pm
Millendreath Beach all year round
Pentewan Sands February 1 to first Sunday in November
Pentewan Beach all year round
Perranuthnoe (Perran Sands) May 1 to 30 September – 8am – 7pm
Peter’s Point Hayle Easter Sunday to September 30
Poldhu Cove Easter Sunday to September 30
Polkerris Easter Sunday to September 30
Polcare Cove Easter Sunday to September 30
Polurrian Cove Easter Sunday to September 30 – 7am – 7pm
Polzeath Easter Sunday to September 30
Porthmellon July 1 to September 30
Porth Beach  Easter Sunday to September 30
Porth Chapel Land’s End Easter Sunday to September 30
Porthpean Beach Easter Sunday to September 30
Porthcurno Easter Sunday to September 30
Porthglaze Cove Easter Sunday to September 30
Porthgwarra Easter Day to September 30 – 8am – 7pm
Porthgwidden St Ives first Sunday before Easter to September 30
Porthleven Easter Sunday to September 30 – 7am – 7pm
Porthmeor St Ives first Sunday before Easter to September 30
Porthminster St Ives first Sunday before Easter to September 30
Porthpean Easter Day to September 30
Porthtowan Easter Day to September 30
Porthzennor Cove Easter Day to September 30
Portreath Easter Sunday to September 30 – 7am – 7pm
Portwrinkle Easter Sunday to September 30
Portscatho Easter Sunday to September 30
Praa Sands Easter Sunday to September 30 – 7am – 7pm
Readymoney Cove Easter Sunday to September 30
Sennen Cove Easter Sunday to September 30
St Ives Harbour Beach first Sunday before Easter to September 30 – 8am – 7pm
St. Mawes Easter Sunday to September 30
Swanpool Easter Sunday to September 30
Tolcarne Beach May 1 to September 30
Tregardock Beach Easter Sunday to September 30
Trevone Bay Easter Sunday to September 30
Widemouth Bay north side Easter Sunday to September 30

 

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