Girl looking out of train window

Lelant Saltings

St Ives Bay Line

How to visit by train

As of June 2019 the Park and Ride for the St Ives Bay Line is now at St Erth station (TR27 6JW) instead of the nearby Lelant Saltings.

The facilities at St Erth are bigger and better with 500+ spaces. Read our handy advice to plan your trip using the new Park & Ride.

Coming by train

Lelant Saltings Park and Ride is now closed. Lelant Saltings, Lelant, St Ives, TR26 3DL

Buying Tickets to Lelant Saltings

St Ives Bay Line Ranger Ticket



Travel the line as much as you like for one day. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime weekends or Bank Holidays. (The Ranger ticket excludes the £2.80 parking cost).

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St Ives Bay Line

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