Hayling Island is near to Mill Rythe Coastal Village - only a short drive. Combining all the attractions of a traditional seaside holiday with excellent sporting and leisure facilities.
Windsurfing was invented on Hayling Island and as well as events linked to this popular activity there are also many opportunities for sailing.
Enjoy a traditional day out at the English seaside whatever the weather with a delightful 2 mile return journey on a charming narrow gauge light railway. The train runs every weekend and Wednesday, throughout the year, plus daily during all school holidays, weather permitting.
Beachlands Par 3 Pitch and Putt Golf Hayling is a links Pay and Play course situated on Hayling seafront with stunning sea views overlooking the Solent. Open to the General public everyone is welcome from the beginner to the best of players. It was designed by the famous Jack Smith, it has 9 well placed holes with excellent greens and tees. It has the added advantage of being challenging for the low handicap golfer to see if they can complete a round in 18 shots whilst being easy for others to try to complete it in 27. The course is open from dawn to dusk 364 days of the year, this adds an extra challenge during the winter months with hot drinks available on your return. There is free car parking right next to the club house whilst playing on the course.
Located along the ‘Blue Flag’ beach resort of Hayling Island, Funland Amusement Park offers a variety of attractions indoors and out, so whatever the weather, rain or shine, there is always plenty to do. Come along and enjoy Dodgems’ along with exciting white knuckle rides like the breathtaking ‘Mine train roller coaster’. Inside, try the action of the Kidz Kingdom for the children, or interact with over 200 video and traditional slot machines or games of skill.
The Station Theatre is a fully equipped with raked seating for 140. There is lots of free parking, disabled access, sound loop, licensed bar and tea and coffee facilities. Modern lighting, sound and projection facilities allow for a great audio visual experience with the 10 metre stage large enough to accommodate reasonably large casts and stage scenery. Run by Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society, the Theatre offers plays, comedies, musicals, music events and many other forms of entertainment from both amateur and professional groups.