East Beach Park in Essex is an attractive coastal development of park homes for the Semi-Retired & Retired (45+). The Park is designed to the highest of standards and is now filling up quickly because of the idyllic, peaceful location by the sea. Amenities and entertainment are close at hand in nearby Southend-on-Sea. Southend-on-Sea is a popular seaside resort, within easy reach of London, an airport and local day to day amenities. Southend is rich in local history dating back to the Stone Age, where evidence of all the different ages are displayed at the Prittlewell Priory Museum. Local attractions include a planetarium, Peter Pan's Adventure Island, Hadleigh Castle and Country Park, Belfairs Park and nature reserve and the Southend museum and discovery centre. Southend-on-Sea is also known for having the longest pleasure pier in the world with entertainment, shops and amusements. At junction 29 on the M25 take the first exit off the roundabout on the A127 and follow signs for Southend for approximately 20 miles. At the junction with the A1159 take the 2nd exit off the roundabout signposted Shoeburyness A13 and continue to follow signs to A13. At the junction with the A13 take the first exit off the roundabout, follow the A13 and signs to Seafront. Once on Ness Road turn left into Campfield Road and continue forward onto Smith Street. Turn left onto High Street and right onto Gunners Road, and follow until you reach East Beach Park.
East Beach Park