About Kimmeridge Bay
Kimmeridge Bay, on Dorset’s Jurassic World Heritage Coast, is famous for its safe swimming, rock pooling, canoeing, wind surfing and water sports. The water visibility is excellent for snorkellers and divers. For surfers, it offers Dorset’s premier reef break, Broadbench, which can hold waves of up to 15 feet along with other waves in the “K-Bay” area.
Kimmeridge Bay & Car Park are reached by a privately owned and maintained Approach Road. Access on foot or by bike is free but access with vehicles incurs charges. The Main Car Park overlooks the Bay and there are toilets located in the Slip-Way Car Park.