Blackpool to Fleetwood

Starting at North Pier you can take the top, middle or lower walk and head off to Fleetwood.

The first opportunity for a little refreshment is at the ‘Hole in the Wall‘ on the lower walk at the Gynn. Very friendly with plenty of tables and chairs to have a sit down and a little chat.

At this point we just have the top and lower walk, the lower walk is a little wider and can be a bit quieter. The top walk has better views and has the rock gardens which is maintained by the local community.

A little further on we have Uncle Toms (Ma Kellys) and the GoCarts in the former Boating Pool.

A bit further along we come to Red Bank Road where you can enjoy an ice cream at one of the outlets relaxing on a bench where you might see Carlin Rock & Pennystone Rock. The latter was supposed to be close by a public house and had an iron ring fastened to it for horses to be hitched to whilst their owners had a drink.

On the top promenade you will come to Norbreck Castle at Little Bispham with the Fylde Angling Club on the lower promenade. Then there is a new park at Anchorsholme with the Bru Cafe where there are picnic benches to have a break.

Cleveleys is a little further on where again there are cafe’s and ice cream parlours with the Venue Pub right on the promenade and the Cafe Cove.

Heading further along Rossall Promenade there is a very quiet beach with Rossall School where you get a great view of the school buildings. Then we come to Larkholme grasslands and Fleetwood Golf Club.

The Rossall point observation tower is great to look out to the sea and the coastline (keep your eBikes safe and locked up). The staff there are very knowledgeable and will happily answer any questions you may have.

Then we come to Fleetwood sea cadets and the log cabin cafe where you can get some refreshments and watch the model yacht enthusiasts on the lake and you may see the youngsters crabbing. Other places to stop off for a bite to eat and a rest include  Dollys cafe, Daves beach cafe, Marine hall tourist information centre & gardens. For something a little stronger there is The Mount pub and North Euston hotel and pub on the Esplande.

Other place of interest include the Fleetwood museum and cafe plus the popular Fleetwood market.

A couple of other great place to eat are Granada fish & chips award winning on Lord street by clock tower and there’s a home made bakery opposite Granada fish & chip shop.

Ending at the Fleetwood Ferry Port where you can jump on and cross over the Knott End. See their times below.

Fleetwood to Knott End Ferry times and prices