A Quiet rural Caravan and Motorhome club (Previously Caravan Club) 5 van touring site. Close to the coastal town of Skegness, but without the hustle and bustle. EHU on site. Local bus stop, 1/2 mile from the village which has a village shop. 1 mile away from the Lincolnshire Wildlife Centre and close to the Lincolnshire Wolds. Dogs welcome, but must be walked off site. Free roaming fowl on site. Duck pond which is being developed. Very well sheltered.
Open Easter to 31st October. £9 per night including EHU. Special offer of £55 for 7 nights.
We also will take rally bookings.
Now for let a static caravan. Adults only. £200 per week, just bring bedding and towels.
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See and Do
- Sibsey Trader Windmill Boston (England) (7.1 miles) - an impressive six-story working windmill built in the late 19th century, a tearoom on-site sells produce made from the mill. Open weekends March to October and also on Tuesdays from May, open Saturdays from November to February.
- Gunby Hall and Gardens Spilsby (7.2 miles) - Near Skegness is a large house dated from the early 18th century set in parkland with Victorian walled gardens. The Hall is open Wednesday and Sunday from the end of May to the end of October, with the gardens and tea rooms being open Wednesday-Sunday during this time.
- Bolingbroke Castle Spilsby (8.7 miles) - Near Spilsby features the besieged remains of an 13th century castle which was the birthplace of King Henry IV in 1366. Accessible at any reasonable time.
- Tattershall College Tattershall (14.9 miles) - In Tattershall is the remains of a former Grammar School for church choristers that was built by Lord Ralph Cromwell who was also responsible for nearby Tattershall Castle. Accessible at any reasonable time.