This map shows Ulverston town centre, and part of the southern area of the town. The main vehicle route through Ulverston is the A590, coloured in yellow, leading from M6 Junction 36 in the east, to Barrow-in-Furness at the western tip of the Furness Peninsula. Also coloured in yellow is the A5087, known as the Coast Road, which is a scenic route leading from the A590 to Barrow via the shores of Morecambe Bay, passing by Conishead Priory, Bardsea, Aldingham, Baycliff, Rampside, and Roa Island.
Town centre car parks are identified with blue P symbols, and a parking fee is payable at most of them during the daytime, but in most cases not in the evenings. Of these, the Stockbridge Lane car park offers the lowest ticket prices, but is a slightly further walk to the shops than most of the other car parks. There are several free car parks, shown with an F symbol, which are intended primarily for customers of the associated businesses. There are a few streets near the town centre where you can park free of charge, including sections of Daltongate, Lightburn Road, and New Church Lane, but spaces are limited.
The only public toilets in the town are on The Gill, and opening time restrictions apply. Please see the separate page describing Ulverston’s Courtesy Toilet Scheme for details, and for additional toilet facilities provided by various local businesses.