Druridge Bay has a fascinating history, being thought of as a possible landing place for German invasion during World War II. When walking along the sand, you can still see the anti-tank blocks and pill boxes that were installed there to protect our shores from the enemy.
Druridge Bay has a lake within the country park and the coast is minutes away. Both are suitable for open water swimmers.
Dogs are allowed on the beach at Druridge Bay all year round. It is ideal to let their energy out on this great beach.
Parking at Druridge Bay Country Park, and just a short walk to the beach is free for the first hour (please display a ticket) Up to 2 hours - £2, Over 2 Hours - £4. Parking is free for Blue Badge holders, this is the case whether parked in a disabled bay or not. Please display your badge.
There are many paths within the park, taking you round the lake, through the woodland and along the dunes. The walk around the lake is approximately, 1.5 miles.