Local Attractions for Open Events

Stokes Bay is located within easy reach of the following attractions.


The promenade stretches along the entire length of Stokes Bay from Browndown to Gilkicker Forts.  Although the forts are no longer open to the public, the outside of these buildings are still an interesting reminder of early sea defences.  Grass fields adjoin much of the walk and this is a very popular spot for dog walking or ball games.

Splash Pool

Situated adjacent to Club, the splash pool is a perfect place to let the younger members of the family enjoy the water.

Beach Café and Bistro

Right next door to the Club is Pebbles Café and Bistro.  A great place for ice cream, chips, hot drinks or a cool beer.

Mini Golf

A couple of minutes walk from the Club are Mini Golf and Tennis courts.

Bay Side Cabin Café

Bayside Cabin was established in November 2006 at it’s stunning location overlooking the sea at Stokes Bay.  The venue has two floors plus a beautiful balcony area where you can watch the sun go down.

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The Gunwharf Quays outlet shopping centre is located in Portsmouth close to the historic dockyard which is a short ferry crossing from Gosport.  The centre has many shops, restaurants and entertainment including bowling and a cinema.

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Royal Navy Submarine Museum

Let former submariners walk you through where they would work, eat and sleep onboard HMS Alliance.  Peer into the only surviving X-craft to have seen action during WW2 and climb inside the Royal Navy’s first submarine Holland 1.

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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Home of the Royal Navy since the 15th century, and housing the famous ships HMS Victory, HMS Warrior and the Mary Rose the Historic Dockyard provides a wealth of Naval history.  Portsmouth is a short ferry ride from Gosport.

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Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower

Sited at the former armaments depot at Priddy’s Hard, Gosport, this museum tells the story of Naval Gunfire form the 18th century to the present day.

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