You could spend your entire holiday on Walton beach and never get bored, but if you fancy a change of scene there are lots of other things to see and do.
Rides for ages, a great arcade, a bowling alley and plenty of places to eat and drink. You can also take a stroll to the end of the pier to see Walton’s RNLI lifeboat.
Seal Watching Boat Trips
A two hour trip around the backwaters of the Naze. The perfect opportunity to see local wildlife, including beautiful seals.
The Naze Tower
The Naze Tower is a historic landmark. With an art gallery and viewing platform, you can enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery while having a well earned rest after a climb to the top. The tower has a cafe and is dog friendly.
The Naze Park
The Naze Park is a few minutes walk from our beach huts and arguably has the best view in England from the swings! It’s an enclosed area where dogs and smoking are not allowed. Outside of the play area is a large green space for ball games and picnics.
Bathhouse Meadow Park
Bathhouse Meadow Park is an inclusive play area with equipment suitable for both able bodied and disabled children. It’s an interactive experience with plenty of space to sit with a picnic. Public toilets, including a changing places toilet, are available on the meadow.
The Naze Centre
The Naze is a unique coastal landscape of outstanding geological and biological importance. As the most easterly peninsula in Essex it is an important site for migrating birds and boasts a number of different habitats, both terrestrial and marine. The Naze Centre has a shop, exhibitions and a lovely coffee shop.
Walton Pool & Gym
Walton Lifestyles has a 25 metre pool and a gym, open to the public every day.
Pubs, Cafés & Restaurants
There are lots of pubs, cafés and restaurants in Walton. The selection of food is varied and includes fish and chips, pie and mash, Italian, Thai, Indian, Chinese, Turkish and Caribbean.
In Walton town centre there are a number of shops including gift shops, greeting card shop, craft shop, pharmacy, mobile scooter hire/sales, bakery, book shop, vintage dress shop, supermarkets and a post office (inside the Co-op). ATMs are available outside the Co-op and Tesco and are free to use. A short drive away in Frinton and Clacton are plenty more shops if you’d like to spend your pennies.