East Beach Kiosk
East Beach Kiosk, grab an ice-cream or hot snack
Pirate Ship at East Beach Green
Pirate Ship at East Beach Green
East Beach Skate Park and BMX Track with Grind Boxes and Angled Half Pipe
East Beach Skate Park and BMX Track
D&D Fisheries at East Beach, grab fresh seafood here
D&D Fisheries at East Beach, grab fresh seafood here
Play equipment on East Beach Green, Selsey
Play park on East Beach Green

East Beach Green

What's Here

East Beach Green is an expanse of green space running parallel to the beach, split into clear zones. It is home to a play park with a range of inclusive play equipment and a large area to play ball games, fly kites or just to let the kids run free. There’s also a free of charge skate park and BMX track complete with grind boxes and an angled half pipe. This is an outdoor activity rich area for all ages and abilities to pursue family fun.  

The play equipment has a distinctively nautical feel, right at home perched alongside the beautiful wide expanse of pebble beach. It includes a large galleon ship to sail the seven seas or a smaller play boat for little pirates. There is also a large embankment slide, basketball net and inclusive play equipment which is themed around the RNLI. 

The fenced off and well-maintained £150,000 skate park, installed in 2015 and BMX track resurfaced in 2019 provide a challenging and social environment for all ages and abilities.

The large green area is a great spot for a picnic, although there is no need to worry about providing your own, as food and drink is available from a range of shops and eateries nearby including East Beach Kiosk, Paddy's Plaice, Nice Plaice Fish and Chips, Enticott’s Bakery at East Beach parade, fresh fish and seafood outlets nestled amongst the fishermen’s huts along the seafront including D&D Fisheries and The Lifeboat Inn on Albion Road.

Next to the Kiosk you can find one of Selsey's Art Trail Seals, a range of art work created to promote the exploration of Selsey and it's rich culture, heritage and natural habitats. These seals form part of the interactive walk, Selsey Seal Art Trail. The seal found here is designed by Chichester College art student Emerald Krijgsman and celebrates Selsey as a top UK dive destination as well as it's world renowned crab and lobster.


There are public toilets located behind East Beach Kiosk which have disabled facilities although no baby change area and they are closed at night.

Public Transport

The Stagecoach no. 51 bus from Chichester stops at the junction of Beach Road and Constable Drive. A short walk down Beach Road and around East Beach Pond will bring you to East Beach Green.


There is a large, chargeable car park (£1.80 per day) accessible from Beach Road. The car park has a height barrier and no overnight parking. Set your sat nav to PO20 0SZ.


A family friendly space with play equipment and plenty of room to run around.

Dog Friendly

It is an offence not to pick up after your dog. There are dog waste bins dotted around the area so please pick up after your furry friend.

Picnic Spot

Plenty of room to spread out with a blanket and a refreshment kiosk for any treats.

Disabled Access

There are accessible pathways from the car park, behind the kiosk to the play area and a substantial piece of inclusive play equipment.