Irvine Beach Park
Low Level Walks, Parking, Toilets
Irvine Beach Park is a long sandy beach and wild dunes. The park boasts great facilities and plenty to entertain the family.
About Irvine Beach Park
Irvine Beach Park, also known as the Gailes sits to the south-east of the mouth of Irvine Harbour. The sandy beach offers outstanding views over Irvine Bay and the Firth of Clyde towards the mountainous Isle of Arran. The water is suitable for bathing and the long sandy coastline, extending many miles to the south, is an excellent place to come to stretch your legs and blow away the cobwebs. The beach and car park are backed by the beach park which has many desirable spots for a family picnic and includes a boating lake, play areas and a number of walking and cycling paths among other facilities.
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