The East Beach Car Park at Findhorn Beach and the Dunes Road which leads to it have re-opened after being resurfaced by The Findhorn Village Conservation Company (TFVCC).
The road has suffered from potholes for many years, and the conservation company has received funding from NatureScot to allow these improvements to take place.
The road has been reinstated to a single track with passing places and the TFVCC have asked for vehicles to be driven slowly in this area and for them not to park on the soft verges or passing places.
There is also a height barrier at the start of the track; visitors with vehicles exceeding 2.05m or 6′ 7″ will be unable to pass.
There is limited parking at the West Beach Car Park for vehicles exceeding the height limit.
The East Beach Car Park is a short walk (5 to 10 minutes) from the Findhorn village and its local businesses. This car park has a capacity for approximately 70 vehicles.
2 thoughts on “Dunes Road and East Beach Car Park re-open at Findhorn after resurfacing work”
That barrier is 6ft 7 and I’m 6ft 8 in stilettos, that’ll mean I’ll have to wear my wedges instead.
After Dunes Road opening, was surprised to see tents camped for the night, wasn’t sure if this was by permit and was to be the same as the motor home car parking at the other end of the village. What facilities are available e.g. human waste disposal.