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Skegness campsites

The epitome of a UK seaside holiday, Skegness or ‘Skeggy’ as it's lovingly called, is a great camping destination. Whether you’re looking for a classic beach holiday or a mix of exploring and relaxing, campsites near Skegness offer a bit of everything.

Skegness camping FAQs

Which campsites in Skegness have electric hook ups?

All of our Club Sites have pitches with electric but check the facility information on individual campsite pages for more information.

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Which are the best family friendly campsites in Skegness?

Our campsites have their facilities listed to make finding a site suitable for you and your family quick and simple. Look out for facility icons such as play area, parent and baby room and washing machines.

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Which campsites in Skegness allow dogs?
Most of our campsites allow dogs and have facilities to cater to your four-legged friend. Look out for dog friendly facility icons on campsites, such as whether there’s a designated dog walk or doggy shower. View a list of our top dog friendly campsites.
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Which campsites in Skegness are adult only?
Most of our campsites are family friendly however, a selection of our member exclusive sites are adult only.
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Is wild camping in Skegness permitted?
The rules on wild camping in the UK are complex; please read our guide to wild camping.
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Things to see and do while camping in Skegness

Sea, sand, and sandcastles aren’t the only reasons tourists in the UK flock to Skegness each year. View all of the local attractions you can enjoy while camping in Skegness below.

Coastal fun in Skegness

  • The sandy Skegness Beach is accessible to everyone and is exactly what you’d expect from a quintessential seaside resort beach. The wide sandy stretch is monitored by a lifeguard in the peak season and has brilliant facilities.
  • Skegness Pier offers stunning views of the coastline, an amusement arcade to play the day away, a bowling alley, and more for the whole family to enjoy.
  • The Pleasure Beach in Skegness is right on the beach and hard to miss. Rides like go-karts, a log flume, and a big wheel are perfect for some adventurous fun by the beach.
  • Along the North Sea in Lincolnshire, there are lots of beautiful beaches to visit. Anderby Creek, Huttoft Beach, Sutton on Sea and Winthorpe are all easy to reach from Skegness.

Attractions for the whole family in Skegness

  • Natureland Seal Sanctuary rehabilitate orphaned and injured seal pups on the Lincolnshire Coast. Alongside the cute seals, the sanctuary is also home to meerkats, penguins, alpacas and many more animals.
  • Hardy’s Animal Farm is a great day out for young families no matter what the weather is doing. Farmyard animals including goats, piglets, bunnies, and guinea pigs can be visited daily during regularly organised petting sessions. Other attractions include indoor and outdoor play areas and a café.
  • Anyone wanting to spend a full day exploring outdoors should visit the Lincolnshire Wolds, which offers some of the best scenery in the East Midlands.
  • If you’re a theatre lover, you’ll be pleased to know that there are two to choose from in Skegness. The Neverland Theatre has pantomimes year-round, and the larger Embassy Theatre offers a wide range of shows for all ages.
  • Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve is another spot for nature lovers to visit. The unspoilt stretch of coastline features sandy and muddy shorelines, sand dunes, saltmarsh and freshwater marsh, making this area brilliant for wildlife spotting.
  • Next to Skegness Aquarium, you’ll find a large boating lake. Hire a boat and be prepared to have lots of fun getting to grips with manoeuvring on the water.
  • Crazy golf is always great fun for the whole family, and there are a few places to play in Skegness.

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