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After some persuasion, I managed to get my husband and eldest son to come here before visiting family nearby. After parking and wrapping up to brave the elements, we were delighted to see lots of happy, healthy seals laying around in the dunes. Quite used...More
Donna Nook was a place on my bucket list and I’m so pleased we had the opportunity to go during seal breeding season. We expected a lot of seals but were not prepared for the vast numbers or how close they would be to the...More
Amazing venue where you get to see the seals in their natural environment. £5 to park which is worth it as 30% of the money go toward keeping the seals safe. The volunteers are very knowledgeable and do an amazing job. Don't take dogs as...More
Grey Seals come "in-mass" every year between late October to early December to give birth between heading back to sea.
Best time of year to go there is from late October to early December with a peak in mid-November.
Best time is generally between sunrise...More
we arrived early ish (9.30am) on a saturday. we didn't expect the very good signage, directions and facilities on what is just a field. Portaloos that are well maintained and clean, cup of tea van with bacon cobs etc.
we could hear the seals calling...More
Visited here today & couldn't believe how many seals were resting here. Wonderful to see so many wild seals resting with their pups. Facilities are brilliant plenty of car parking spaces and worth the 5 pound, toilets & burger van. Plenty of wardens about watching...More
Travelled an hour with my 4 year old to see the pups, like we do every year. However this year was slightly disappointing as we had to pay £5 to park, to spend half an hour to look at the seals to then leave again....More
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Get there early as poss as gets very busy as we,re coming towards peak pupping time.No boat trips l,m afraid , it is a very out of the way bleak place , normally just a M.O.D. bombing range. If red flags flying keep beach... More
Get there early as poss as gets very busy as we,re coming towards peak pupping time.No boat trips l,m afraid , it is a very out of the way bleak place , normally just a M.O.D. bombing range. If red flags flying keep beach side of the fence and markers. North Somercotes is your nearest refreshments with pub , shops , Indian etc. Sometimes a burger van will be present at the car park. No toilets at beach but there are public toilets at North Somercotes near playing fields...use google maps. Just up the road at Mablethorpe at the Beck pub is the best daily cavery on the coast....hope this helps.