A mostly grey day with a fresh breeze for us today. We have decided to take a walk around Gibraltar Point (Wildlife Nature Reserve) and are soon at the Gibraltar Point Beach Car Park £2 for 2 hours – don’t like paying but as we discovered last time, walking along the beach is not an option as you have to cross a wide stream – so here we are.
The car park is about half a mile walk across the Reserve to the beach.
The whole area is a mix of low dunes, marshland and ponds, a haven for wildlife and birds (many just migrating through).
Out on the beach, just sand as far as you could see – back towards Seacroft….
And forward (south) towards Gibraltar Point….
Being a Nature Reserve, it is leads on for Poppydog, which is a bit of a shame particularly as we didn’t see any flocks of birds, just the odd gull. She could still run around in circles so all was not lost. After a mile or so we arrived at the Point, looking out across miles of sand and mudflats…
Oh yes and Norfolk just visible on the other side of the Wash. On the way back, part way along the beach, we found the footpath leading us to the visitor centre.
Unfortunately the Visitor Centre was already closed for the day – ah well we are only mildly curious, and so we made our way back to the car along an inland footpath.
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Cool name! There is a Gibraltar Farm campsite on the opposite coast at Silverdale in Lancashire. Have been camping there a couple of times. It’s a beautiful area and almost on the Cumbria border, but not quite!