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Blackpool Pleasure Beach is situated on Ocean Boulevard in South Shore opposite the South Pier. Address: Ocean Boulevard, Blackpool, FY4 1EZ
By Road – take junction 32 off the M6 onto the M55. Follow signs for Blackpool, South Shore (via Blackpool Airport) and then follow the brown tourist signs to Pleasure Beach, Blackpool.
SAT NAV: postcode FY4 1EZ
By Rail – regular train services run to Blackpool North and direct to Blackpool Pleasure Beach’s own mainline station via Preston.
By Air – Manchester International Airport is 55 minutes away. A direct train to Preston is available from this airport. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 60 minutes away.
By Tram – Pleasure Beach has its own tram stop located just outside the entrance.
Have a safe journey.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has 5 car parks located at:
• North Entrance (Balmoral Road)
• East Car Park (Bond Street)
• Arena (Watson Road)
• West Car Park (Ocean Boulevard)
• Railway Station Car Park (Bond Street)
The North Entrance Car Park on Balmoral Road has parking for coaches and minibuses for pre booked groups visiting Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Please call 0871 222 8787* to reserve and pre-pay for your parking. Access to these parking facilities are through the coach gate on Bond Street.
Parking facilities for disabled guests are available at all car parks. Car parking charges apply.
We do not have parking facilities for caravans and mobile homes.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach now has an electric car charging point which can be used by our guests. This point is located at the rear of Balmoral Road Car Park, please ask our car parking attendants for directions.
To access the car charging point, guests will need to download the on AppStore POD Point App and on Google Play POD Point App on their phone and credit £5 for each full charge.
Car park closing times do vary but as a rule stay open until 10pm during the high season and 7pm during the low season and winter period.
*Calls will cost 13 pence per minute plus your telephone companies access charge. Calls from mobiles may vary.