Your time in Grange-over-Sands won’t be complete without a visit to our famous Promenade. A lovely level walkway along the edge of Morecambe Bay, suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs. Take the time to enjoy a leisurely stroll along The Prom and admire the fabulous views. Bring your binoculars and spend time watching the many different species of wildlife that either make the Bay their permanent home or use it as a stop over on their migration. There are play and exercise facilities for all ages and abilities. There are two cafes - just beyond Clare House Lane Bridge you can find The Prom Cafe and next to the central playground is Emma's Cafe. On the way towards the Recreation Area (Seasonal activities including, Putting, Crazy Golf & Tennis) is a free, multi-activity outdoor gym, for all ages to enjoy at their own pace.
The Recreation Ground The Recreation Ground at the southern end of the prom, is operated on behalf of the Town Council by Horton Leisure Management Ltd.
Opening times are weather dependent. Before you visit, phone Horton Leisure on 015395 34740 to find out if they are open - for more information see Horton Leisurewebsitewww.grangeprom.co.uk As well as 9 hole mini-golf putting green and crazy golf offered by Horton Leisure, there is also a free skate park and games courts which can be used at any time. The I-Play electronic game has come to the end of it's working life and has been removed. It is being replaced this year with street workout equipment.
Access to the prom can be made from:
Pedestrian Footbridge at Northern end of prom opposite driveway to the Cumbria Grand Hotel
Underpass at Grange Railway Station (parking available here - pay & display)
Underpass in Main Street Car Park (pay & display)
Footbridge at Clare House Lane (parking at nearby Berners Car Park - pay & display currently £1.20 all day)