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All reviews low tide fossil hunting car park tide times falling rocks dogs are allowed wonderful beach bucket list few hours walk along well worth the effort great fun jurassic coast lovely walk pavement graveyard hammer
The whole beach is impressive but, for the best fossils, it is worth the walk away from the Cobb until you reach the ammonite pavement. Go at low tide and you’ll get easier walks on the sand, although for fossils head closer to the exposed...More
Ever since reading about the Ammonite Pavement that can be found at low tide on Monmouth Beach I have always wanted to see it for myself. Follow the beach to the right of the Cobb and you will come across this amazing spectacle. Hundreds of...More
Beside the Cobb but would suggest using the coast path to the far end as this seems to be better for fossils and smaller stones so easier to walk on. Car park very busy and no pedestrians. Toilets are not going to win a lol...More
Make sure you set aside a few hours, preferably at low tide. We found a couple of fossils and enjoyed the experience on a sunny autumn day. Parking is easy a train a reasonable cost and you within walking distance of the town. Recommended.
We popped over to Lyme Regis in search of fossils, we were a bit disappointed that there weren't that many. Probably down to the fact that we went at high tide so there weren't as many on show, a lot of people have beaten us...More