Many people choose to visit the Marine Gardens to play Crown Green Bowls, Crazy Golf, or just sit in a deck chair enjoying an ice-cream. Others play 9 or 18 hole pitch and Putt, or visit the Boating Lake.

Fleetwood Marine Hall is the main venue for concerts, conferences, as well as computer and antique fairs.

Yacht sailing down the River Wyre to Fleetwood Marina

Sea angling is also popular:

The BBC provides tide information for Fleetwood

Fleetwood Museum, located in the old town hall, has its own site: Fleetwood Museum

There are three sites for Fleetwood golf club containing all the statistics golfers need:

There are 21 pubs and bars in Fleetwood, all catering for a wide variety of tastes :


  • Broadway, West View
  • The Cove Night Club, Dock Street
  • Cutty Sark, Chatsworth Avenue
  • Fleetwood Arms, Dock Street
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  • Gullivers, Laidleys Walk
  • Jollies, the Esplanade
  • Jolly Sailor, Radcliffe Road
  • Kings Arms, 105 Lord Street
  • Market Tavern, Adelaide Street
  • Mount Hotel, Esplanade
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  • Prince Arthur, ("The Bug"), Lord Street
  • Queens Hotel, Beach Road
  • Rossall Tavern, Larkholme Parade
  • Royal Oak ("Dead 'Uns"), Lord Street
  • The Ship, Warren Street
  • The Steamer, Victoria Street
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  • Strawberry Gardens, Poulton Road
  • Victoria Hotel, 40-46 Dock Street. Reputably Fleetwood's Oldest Pub
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