Free on-street parking in Lytham town centre

Parking in Lytham

Find out where the local car parks are, and places for on-street parking in Lytham.

Town Centre

Intending to visit the town centre for a shopping trip? In that case you’ll want to park close to the shops.

There are Pay and Display car parks in Lytham, operated by Fylde Council.

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Pleasant Street Car Park, Lytham town centre
Pleasant Street Car Park, Lytham town centre
  • Pleasant Street (above) – is short stay town centre parking. Find it directly behind the main shopping street – Clifton Street – accessed from Pleasant Street.
  • Lytham Railway Station – long stay

There’s also a large car park at Booths supermarket and Stringers Home Store (below).

Free parking in Lytham at Booths supermarket
Free parking in Lytham at Booths supermarket

You can make use of plentiful free on-street parking which can be found all over Lytham. There are free on street parking bays along Clifton Street and the various side streets of the town centre.

Please check the on-street signage for current restrictions.

Seafront

There are Pay and Display car parks operated by Fylde Council on Lytham Green. Not only are they good for seafront access, they are just a very short walk away from the town centre.

Pay and display car Park on Lytham Green
One of the pay and display car parks on Lytham Green
  • Bath Street (seafront, junction of Central/East Beach) – long stay
  • Dicconson Terrace (seafront, off West Beach) – long stay
  • Lowther Pavilion car park is operated by the Theatre – please pay inside

There is free on street parking along the landward side of Lytham Green, opposite the windmill, at Central, East and West Beach.

Please check the on-street signage for current restrictions.

Residents Parking Permits

Lytham is in the borough of Fylde. If you are a resident you might wish to purchase a residents parking permit.

It entitles you to free parking. They are well worth buying. See Fylde Residents Parking Scheme for details.

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