Clacton Pier is a traditional pleasure pier located in the English seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea.
|Opened||27 July 1871|
|Owner||Clacton Pier Company Ltd|
|Nearby||Pavilion Fun Park (0 miles)|
Adventure Island (26 miles)
Pleasurewood Hills (56 miles)
Hyde Park Winter Wonderland (60 miles)
Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach (61 miles)
Originally serving as a landing stage for passenger boats and goods ships, Clacton Pier opened in 1871 as part of the fashionable new seaside resort of Clacton-on-Sea.
The pier was lengthened, entertainments and a Pavilion were added to it in 1893.
Today's pier features a variety of rides, games and other attractions found on typical pleasure piers. The big highlight is Stella's Revenge, a steel rollercoaster built in 2011. It is named after Steel Stella, the pier's major rollercoaster built in 1937 that was sadly destroyed in a fire in 1973.
Traditional spinning ride