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This David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award Park offers you a friendly and informal atmosphere, peace , tranquillity, good walks a diversity of wildlife and a chance to enjoy truly relaxing days away from the crowd, a peaceful holiday retreat.
Ashby Park has 7 fishing lakes set in 70 acres of unspoilt Lincolnshire countryside. The park has touring and camping pitches close to the lakes with heated toilet and shower blocks, also a laundry room. Holiday homes are for sale on lakeside pitches, the choice is yours, touring, camping or your own holiday home.
Fishing day tickets are available for £5 with consessions to campers.
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- Pets allowed
- Children's play area
- Electric hook-ups
- Sanitary block(s)
- Visitor parking
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The market town of Horncastle renowned for its antique and curio shops is only one and a half miles from the park. Other amenities within two miles include indoor swimming pool and indoor bowls. Golf course and driving range less than one mile. Local pubs and restaurants serve quality food at reasonable prices.
Skegness, Ingoldmells, Chapel St Leonards, Sutton on Sea and Mablethorpe are within 20 to 25 miles from the park.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Horse Riding
Ashby Park ReviewsUp to overview
3 Mar 2008
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Award 2008
If you enjoy fishing, the seven fishing lakes at this site will provide plenty of entertainment.
Day tickets are available, with people staying on site paying less than the standard fee. The lakes are a lovely backdrop for a walk. Located just out of Horncastle, this 70-acre site is well positioned as a base for exploring Lincolnshire; Lincoln, Louth and Skegness are all easy day trips. Pitches are well laid out and spacious and electric hook-up is available. The park also has washrooms, washing-up sinks and laundry facilities.
10 Apr 2007
Practical Caravan Top 100 parks Award 2007
With seven well stocked coarse-fishing lakes on site, Ashby Park is a fisherman’s paradise. But if you prefer other outdoor activities then there are plenty of walking routes round about. The park is a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award winner so there is a diversity of wildlife. Various species of bird, including a good number of ducks and geese, can be seen around and about. The natural feel continues with the pitches, which are set out randomly in secluded areas. Spread over 70 acres, Ashby Park never feels overcrowded.
There are two sanitary buildings and a third is planned along with more pitches. There is no children’s playground on site, but the kids can kick a ball around on the large playing field.
There is no shop on site, but you can buy all the provisions you need in the attractive market town of Horncastle, less than two miles away. The town is also famed for its antique shops.
On-park security is provided
by the provision of CCTV and a card-operated security barrier.
The historic city of Lincoln with its medieval buildings and awe-inspiring cathedral is only a short drive away, and if you fancy a day at the seaside, Mablethorpe, Sutton on sea and Skegness are all within a 25-mile radius.
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