"Grab your sleeping bag and head to one of these amazing campsites"
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Lincolnshire is home to so many fantastic areas of natural beauty, it’s no wonder that the region makes a great destination for camping holidays. Skegness is particularly popular amongst those looking to explore the great outdoors with a camping trip, and it’s home to some great caravan parks where you can camp for the duration of your holiday.
Skegness is home to a huge number of different caravan sites, which cater for tourers and feature an abundance of static caravans. There are also several campsites which cater for tents specifically, as well as other means of accommodation. So, if you too enjoy the relaxing feeling of camping under the stars, curled up in a sleeping bag after an evening’s spent with friends beside a roaring campfire, you’ll be able to find the perfect place to do so in Skegness!
Skegness is the ideal seaside resort for all the family. There are so many caravan and camping sites that you’ll definitely find yourself spoilt for choice. The range of campsites in the area includes something for everyone. There are traditional campsites for families and groups of friends, as well as more luxurious campsites offering ‘glamping’ holidays for those who don’t want to leave their home comforts behind!
No matter what style of campsite you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it in Skegness. Take a look at some of our top tips for Skegness camping holidays and prepare to be inspired!
For those wanting to camp near to the coast, Greenacres park is well worth considering. This campsite has an excellent location, just a stone’s throw from the coastal resort of Ingoldmells near Skegness. Camp here and you’ll be within easy reach of all the fun of the beach resort, where you’ll find children’s activities galore, watersports, visitor attractions and so much more.
Greenacres Park is a great venue for people touring with caravans, as well as those wanting to camp in the great outdoors with a traditional tent. When staying at the site you can make the most of the on-site restaurant and fully licensed bar, where you’ll be able to relax and unwind at the end of the day. This site is the sister park to Skegness Water Leisure Park, another popular camping and caravanning destination in the seaside town.
The range of pitch types available at Greenacres Park includes:
For those looking to really make the most of their camping trip, there are a fair few extras available. Talk to the team about booking an electric hook up point, space for an awning, or reserving accommodation for more guests or your four legged friends! All of these options can be easily arranged, but will incur an additional cost per night.
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Exclusively for families, this caravan and camping park is open from March until the end of November. It’s located in the beautiful resort of Ingoldmells, and when it comes to family-friendly seaside holidays, it’s hard to beat! The sandy beach of Ingoldmells is just a five-minute walk away, as well as all the shops, pubs and restaurants in the town.
When it comes to camping, Country Meadows have all the facilities you need to have a great holiday. All the pitches are well-spaced on level ground and come with the following:
Make the most of the incredible features at the park. The kids will enjoy the large play area, while the adults can sit by the fishing lake and see what they can catch.
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Situated on the outskirt of Skegness, Birchwood Fishing and Camping site is the place to go to immerse yourself in nature! Surrounded by beautiful countryside, this fishing and camping destination even features two well stocked lakes for you to use during your stay. There’s also an on-site café where you can grab a quick bite to eat before you head out exploring for the day.
The pitches are mainly grass and have access to the following features:
The prices of the pitches depend on what kind of tent you will be using and how many people are staying. Dogs are more than welcome if they are on a lead and you can have a bite to eat in the on-site café.
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Only four miles from the beaches of Skegness, Crooked Willow Campsite is in the market town of Burgh Le Marsh. The campsite offers guests a unique ‘Off the Grid’ Eco campsite experience, and is perfect for those looking for something truly special in the heart of Lincolnshire.
Those wanting to bring their own tents are welcome to do so here, but visitors can also opt to make life easier by pre-booking one of the Crooked Willow’s luxury bell tents or the amazing hand-built camping pod, which has its own bean bag, air mattresses, futon bed, USB charging point, campfire and log seating, as well as interior and exterior lighting. How’s that for a luxury camping experience?
Visitors are welcome to choose from a normal tent pitch with room for four people, or push the boat out with a deluxe mega-pitch, giving guests enough room for three tents. All pitches come with:
For an unforgettable natural camping experience, the site even offers campfire tripods and cooking utensils, so visitors can really make the best use of the campfires. Visitors can even buy firewood on site. So, there’s no excuse not to roast a few marshmallows over the campfire one summer’s evening! For more information about Crooked Willow Campsite, click here.