Throughout every season, Lincolnshire offers its thousands of visitor’s masses of variety, from beautiful and unspoilt countryside to miles of magnificent coastline, blue-flag beaches and bustling market towns. Camping in Lincolnshire is the perfect choice whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun day out.
At the heart of this diverse county is the city of Lincoln. Rich in history dating back over 2000 years, Lincoln has its own castle, an awe-inspiring gothic cathedral (a landmark visible up to 25 miles away), medieval houses, museums and gardens. You can enjoy refreshments in the many inns and tea rooms that are dotted around, and afterwards take a walking tour of the city, a boat trip or a night time ghost walk!
Outside of the city, the county of Lincolnshire is dotted with pretty villages that are surrounded by rolling fields and open countryside known as the Lincolnshire Wolds – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Wolds is the perfect place for walkers, with the annual Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival drawing hundreds of people each year to participate in dozens of free walks.
All campsites in Lincolnshire offer plenty of activities with major attractions within easy reach. From Manby Motorplex (offering 4x4 driving, and rally car racing), to Market Rasen Racecourse, medieval castles, historic houses and coastal towns, camping in Lincolnshire is the perfect holiday for all the family.
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A country paradise for walkers and cyclists, this award-winning campsite is set in six acres of glorious countryside centrally located for exploring Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and neighbouring Derbyshire. Rated an impressive 4.9 out of 5 by fellow campers, the site holds an AA 5 Pennant Award and was voted AA Heart of England Caravan Park of the Year in 2010. It has a number of facilities including a well-stocked shop, dedicated ball games field, specialist dog walking areas and a children’s playground. The market towns of Chesterfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield and Mansfield are all within easy reach, while local attractions include Go Ape!, The Heights of Abraham, with its underground caverns, woodland paths and breathtaking views, and Newstead Abbey.
Perfectly situated for exploring the Fens inland, the Lincolnshire Wolds to the north, and the long Lincolnshire seaside coast, this campsite is just a mile from the gloriously sandy, family-friendly beach at Mablethorpe. The site is well situated for some pleasant coastal walks – be sure to look out for the seals that come to the beach at Donna Nook to give birth in the autumn. If traditional seaside towns are more your thing, then the town centre at Mablethorpe is a 20-minute walk from the campsite. The seafront has a sand train, traditional donkey rides, a funfair and cafés. Other local attractions include Fantasy Island, Northcote Heavy Horse Centre and Rand Farm Park.
This peaceful campsite is situated deep in the Fenlands with glorious open skies meeting the rolling hills and countryside of the Wolds. To the east are the sandy, family-friendly beaches of Skegness and Chapel St Leonards. The site is regularly visited by woodland creatures including woodpeckers, rabbits and a multitude of wild birds at the campsite’s own lake. The campsite is next to Kirby Moor, a heathland Nature Reserve, and fishing is available locally in the river and at various ponds. Other local attractions to enjoy are Northcote Heavy Horse Centre, Rand Farm Park and Tattershall Castle.