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AboutAt the eastern end of Mersea Island, at Cudmore Grove you’ll find a sandy beach, impressive views, grassland, meadows for relaxation and walks that will take you past interesting historical sites and an abundance of wildlife.
The park is popular on hot summer days, with its sandy beach and cooling sea breeze. Winter brings wading birds and wildfowl, including flocks of brent geese.
The area is rich in historic features, including WWII pillboxes and gun emplacements, the remains of a 16th century blockhouse fort and a cliff that has produced 300,000-year-old fossils, such as monkey, bear and bison.
Free entry - but please visit the website for up to date parking charges.
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- On-site light refreshments
- Picnic site
- Children welcome
- Guided tours for groups
- Dogs Accepted
- Public toilets
Map & Directions
From Colchester take the B1025 to Mersea Island. Head for East Mersea.
The nearest railway station is Colchester, which is 0 miles away.