Free Parking in Bridlington

Bridlington is a popular seaside town off the North Coast of England, so if you’re visiting for the day, or even longer, find the best free parking spots in Bridlington without restrictions for a stress free trip.

What you can find in this guide

  • What to know about free parking in Bridlington
  • Where to park for free in Bridlington
  • Free Parking near Bridlington Seafront
  • Free council car parks
  • Cheap parking options in Bridlington
  • Bridlington Park and Ride sites
  • Free overnight parking in Bridlington
  • Coach parking in Bridlington
  • Residents parking in Bridlington
  • About Bridlington

What to know about parking free in Bridlington

When parking, ensure you park your vehicle considerately:

  • Ensure you don’t block any driveways
  • Park across one bay only
  • Don’t double park
  • Look out for newly installed parking signs

Here are our list of available free parking in Bridlington, whether you need just a couple of hours, or a few days.

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Where to Park for Free in Bridlington

You can park for free in Bridlington on the following streets near to the town centre:

  • Fifth Avenue
  • First Avenue
  • Sixth Avenue
  • Eighth Avenue
  • Queensgate
  • Hustler Road
Free Parking in Bridlington
Fifth Avenue, 0.2 Miles

Fifth Avenue is a residential street just a short walk from Bridlington Sea front, so you can only expect a 5 minute walk to your destination.

Free Parking Bridlington
First Avenue, 0.2 Miles

Another residential street suitable for finding a free parking spot is First Avenue. There’s plenty of space to park, without obstructing an driveways or entrances.

Free Parking near Bridlington Seafront

There’s plenty of free parking spots available near Bridlington Seafront. All are residential so courtesy should be applied when parking:

  • Fifth Avenue
  • First Avenue
  • Sixth Avenue
  • Eighth Avenue
  • Queensgate
  • Hustler Road

Free car parks in Bridlington

You can park for free in Bridlington at Stepney Grove Car Park which is located in the old town area.

Alternatively, you can park for free in Bridlington after 6pm at the following car parks:

  • Albion Terrace Car Park
  • Royal Crescent On Street Car Park Royal Crescent
  • Limekiln Lane Car Park Limekiln Lane
  • North Street Car Park North Street
  • Carlisle Road On Street Car Park Carlisle Road

Cheap Parking in Bridlington

Whilst there are plenty of free parking options, you may feel more comfortable parking somewhere with added security, especially if you are leaving your car for a longer period of time. Luckily, there are other options, such as booking private car parking spaces in and around Bridlington, which can reduce the cost drastically, particularly if you are looking for monthly parking.

Bridlington Park & Ride Sites

There is just one park and ride site in Bridlington but it is easily accessible and near to the South Cliff Holiday park, so if you’re on holiday, why not pop into Bridlington on the bus.

Park and Ride SiteAddressSpacesHeight Restriction
Bridlignton South Cliff Park & RideYO15 3QN1,000 (including 50 disabled)2.3m

Bridlington Park & Ride Bus Ticket Prices

Ticket Type Price
Parking + bus for up to 5 people £5.50

Overnight parking in Bridlington

You’ll be pleased to know there are dedicated Motorhome or Caravan parking which offer overnight parking in Bridlington. Hilderthorpe Road Coach and Car Park is secure and allows camping, allowing you to enjoy Bridlington from the comfort of your own transport.

Coach parking in Bridlington

Coach parking is available at quite a few of Bridlington’s Council Car Parks (no height restrictions):

  • Albion Terrace Car Park
  • North Street Car Park North Street
  • Carlisle Road On Street Car Park Carlisle Road

Residential parking permits in Bridlington

If you are a resident living in one of Bridlington’s Controlled Parking Zones, you can apply for a residents parking permit, which costs around £25 for the year. To apply for a Resident Permit you will need your Council Tax Reference Number; this can be found on your Council Tax bill.

About Bridlington, UK

Bridlington is a relatively small seaside town with plenty going on, much like other seaside towns on the North Yorkshire coast, such as Whitby and Scarborough.

With two beaches to choose from, North Beach and South Beach, both of which have won awards, you’ll find it’s not too busy, even in the Summer months. 

For those who would rather take a scenic walk, South Beach is the ideal option as it offer fantastic views out to sea, perfect for a stroll at any time of the day.

For the film buffs among you, Bridlington Old Town was the filming location for Dad’s Army (2016 version). With plenty of architecture and history, Bridlington Old Town is also home to modern shops and stylish galleries. Each year, the Dickensian Festival takes place, with a host of craft and food stalls to sample.

Bridlington Spa is one of the towns main attractions which often hosts music concerts, parties and exhibitions. There is a public cafe where you can enjoy refreshments with a fantastic view.

Hotels in Bridlington

If you are looking to book a hotel in or around Bridlington or you are looking to explore more of the Yorkshire coast, we’ve compiled a list of hotels that have on-site parking to take the stress of finding a car park away. Most of the hotels offer free on-site parking included in the price of the room. 
Hotels in Bridlington with Parking

Other towns and cities nearby

If you’re visiting the area for a short trip or just looking for things to do nearby, you can explore these towns and cities that are near to Bridlington: