There is a large, freely accessible council-operated restroom near the beach behind the seafront kiosks, these include showers for beach use. All restrooms at Harbour Park are wheelchair accessible and most provide baby-changing facilities. They are located within the main Fun Park building and the Fishing Village Building.
There is a First Aid room on the promenade open seasonally from April to September. First Aid trained RNLI Lifeguards operate seasonally on East Beach. Harbour Park provides a number of First Aid trained staff members, who are always on site. If First Aid is required please request help from the nearest member of staff.
The sandy beach in front of Harbour Park is zonal and colour-coded in peak times to help children and their families stay together. Additionally, during the summer months the foreshore is patrolled by RNLI qualified lifeguards. Any lost children within Harbour Park itself should be reported to a member of staff, then our team will co-ordinate a search to reunite families as quickly as possible.
Dogs ARE welcome in Harbour Park’s outdoor area, but must be on a lead at all times and kept under control by a person aged over 18 years old. Dogs ARE NOT permitted (except guide dogs) in the main Fun Park building, Fishing Village Building, The Galley Restaurant & Tea Rooms or Riverfront Tea Bar.
Seating and picnic benches are available throughout Harbour Park. Catered seating areas include The Galley Restaurant Garden, the Harbour Kitchen canopy, the Riverfront Tea Bar and Kelly’s Ice Cream Parlour.
If your group is splitting up it’s always a good idea to arrange a meeting point. The recommended meeting point is at the large flag pole in the centre of the Fun Park. It is a good idea also to designate this as a rally point in the event of a group being unintentionally separated.