Information about Parking in Clevedon
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Clevedon is a lovely seaside town on the Somerset coast. Clevedon Beach overlooks the Bristol Channel. The sand and pebble beach is backed by the Promenade and the town. There is also a marine lake at the beach which is filled by sea water when there is a high tide. The beach has been designated as the Clevedon Shore Geological Site of Special Scientific Interest. First opened in 1869, Clevedon Pier is one of the earliest surviving examples of a Victorian pier.
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Parking in Clevedon
Parking in Clevedon requires a little advance planning to ensure a stress free experience.
There are two car parks available in Clevedon, operated by North Somerset Council. Parking fees and opening times vary, so be sure to check signs for the car park you choose.
The Hawthorns car park is open from 8am to 6pm. Charges apply at all times, including weekends and Bank Holidays. There are different parking tariffs depending on what time of year you are visiting. During peak season, between March and October, parking charges are £1.30 for 1 hour, £4 for 4 hours, or £7 for an all day ticket. During low season, between November and February, parking charges are £1.30 for 1 hour, £2.50 for 4 hours, or £4 for an all day ticket. Regular visitors can buy parking permits. Weekly permits are £10, a six month permit is £80, and an annual permit is £260. The Hawthorns car park offers 60 parking bays, including 2 disabled spaces.
Salthouse Fields car park is open from 8am to 6pm. Both cars and motorhomes may park in this car park. Charges apply at all times, including weekends and Bank Holidays. There are different parking tariffs depending on what time of year you are visiting. During peak season, between March and October, parking charges are £1.30 for 1 hour, £4 for 4 hours, or £7 for an all day ticket. During low season, between November and February, parking charges are £1.30 for 1 hour, £2.50 for 4 hours, or £4 for an all day ticket. Blue Badge holders are able to park for one extra hour for free beyond the expiry time of their purchased car park ticket. Salthouse Fields car park offers 250 parking bays, including 6 disabled spaces.
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Clevedon Airport parking
The nearest major airport to Clevedon is Bristol airport. There are a range of parking options on site, including long-stay and short-stay.
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There are plenty of things for all the family to see and do in Clevedon. This beautiful Victorian seaside town overlooks the Severn Estuary. Clevedon Pier juts out to sea beyond the pebble beach. It is the only Grade 1 listed pier in England and is almost 150 years old. It features a shop, an award winning restaurant, and a visitor centre, as well as hosting a regular programmes of events throughout the year.
The Marine Lake in Clevedon is a safe swimming spot for children and a great place for watersports and crabbing, as well as being used as a training location for long distance swimmers. Next to the Marine Lake is the Salthouse Field with a miniature railway, a mini golf course and plenty of other family activities.
There are numerous walking routes nearby to Clevedon. The clifftop Poet’s Walk is a great place to enjoy the beautiful views.
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The nearest railway station to Clevedon is Yatton station, which is on the mainline south from Bristol.
There are a number of bus routes running in and around Clevedon, offering a friendly and efficient service to local destinations and further afield.
Disabled Parking in Clevedon
The Blue Badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems or those who are registered blind.
There are designated disabled parking bays in both of the car parks in Clevedon. You must ensure that your Blue Badge is clearly displayed. Blue Badge holders must pay the standard parking charges in Clevedon car parks. However, in Salthouse Fields car park, Blue Badge holders are allowed one extra hour of parking time, free of charge, after the expiry time of their purchased car park ticket.
There are 6 electric vehicle charging points available in and around Clevedon. These are located at:
- Clevedon Hall, Elton Road
- Shell Salthouse, Old Church Road
- North Somerset Council Castlewood, Tickenham Road
- Tesco Superstore Clevedon, Kenn Road
- Asda Clevedon, Tweed Road
- Edwards Limited, Kenn Moor Drive
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
The two car parks in Clevedon are open between 8am to 6pm every day. The parking charges are the same on weekends and Bank Holidays as they are during the week.
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Do I need to display a Blue Badge to park in a disabled parking bay?
Yes, you do. Remember to always display your Blue Badge clearly to avoid hefty fines.
Is Clevedon parking free on Sundays?
No, parking charges apply in Clevedon car parks every day of the week, including Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Can I catch the train to Clevedon?
There is no train station in Clevedon. The nearest train station is Yatton station. There are local taxis available from here.
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