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Horse riding on Brancaster Beach

Horse and rider on beach.
Horses are welcome at Brancaster Beach during off-peak times. | © John Millar

Brancaster is a picturesque spot for riding along the beach. To keep you and others safe at our very busy times, there are some restrictions on when we welcome horse riders.

Times when you can ride on the beach during the summer months

From May to September, we ask that you don’t ride on weekends, bank holidays and school holidays between the hours of 9am and 6pm.

This will help you and those around you to have a safe and enjoyable visit.

If you have any questions about your upcoming visit, please contact us at

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