Wallasey Beach is a wide beach of sand on the Wirral's northern coast. It is backed mostly by a concrete sea wall and promenade, and there is plenty of (free) roadside parking nearby. Lifeguards patrol from the end of May until early September (10am to 6pm) daily and a few weekends either side. Dogs are allowed at all times. Facilities include toilets, a family pub and a railway station (Wallasey Grove Road) about 300 yards away. At low tide the sea retreats over a mile revealing extensive sandbars which can be a hazard to the unsuspecting visitor.
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