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Grays Beach Riverside Park, Grays Thurrock

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Kids rule at Grays Beach Riverside Park. The sand pit here features lots of equipment to play and climb on, including a boat-shaped jungle gym, in addition to more playground equipment in grassy areas. Enjoy sweet ice cream or snacks at the reasonably priced cafe, and make sure to check out the local landmark, The Gull. This lightship built in 1860 lies on the shore of the beach. See Grays Beach Riverside Park and all Tilbury has to offer by arranging your trip with our Tilbury travel itinerary planner.
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  • Beach and the gentle blowy wind. I love it. The beach needs to renovate more. Visitors were struggling and some of them seemed looking for a better sitting umbrella. Good for kids.  more »
  • Disappointing the council have let this play area go down hill, this year we could hardly use it for play and cafe wasn't open at any of our visits. It used to be a great place to visit for the kids t...  more »
  • Have been visiting Grays beach since it first opened. Visited twice this year and it has gone completely downhill. Cafe has been closed since last October therefore no toilet facilities at all. Outsid...  more »
  • Your kids will love it. Well kept park. Lots of fun things for the kids
  • This park used to be really nice but now it's just a sad place to be really! it looks neglected and abandoned ☹️I would not recommend this park to anyone...the cafe is closed so are the toilets! I was really shocked to see the way everything turned out there! I used to drive from London just because we loved there so much but after today I don't think we're ever going back unless things change. I must say we didn't feel happy or save there ! What a pitty 😢😢😢
  • Fun for the kids and free to visit. Used to be better but seems neglected. There is a sign saying that the council are looking into reopening it back to full status asap. Even though the cafe was closed and toilets my kids enjoyed the day in half the sand area open top the public and park area. They also enjoyed watching the boats and rolling down the hill. Can be cleaned up but still a good place to go.
  • Okay for a freebie but the the drunks still find there way there but it is safe and all parents watch out kids and it's friendly even the drunks can Watch the kids lol
  • This park use to be full of life now its a ghost town. I remeber the summers where the crazy golf was in full swing, the cafe was packed to the rafters, the staff where always helpful and there was plenty to do for the kids. Now its nothing more than a joke and a distant memory of the park that it once was.