Low Farm Touring Park is a secluded and quiet family caravan park in Lincolnshire’s beautiful conservation village of Folkingham. The park is a three-star rated site and is a Camping and Caravanning Club Listed Site.
This campsite is open from the middle of April until the middle of October every year, and has a selection of grass and hardstanding pitches, with or without an electric hook-up. The park accepts guests with touring caravans, small and medium sized motorhomes, and tents.
Although families are welcome at Low Farm Touring Park, the quiet ambience of the area means it is often favoured by individual adults and couples looking to get away from it all and enjoy a relaxing break in the countryside.
Facilities available for all guests to use during their stay at this campsite include an amenities block complete with showers, basins, toilets, and washing up and laundry facilities. Tourist information is found at the park, and gas exchange is also available for those that need it.
The park offers easy access to Folkingham, with guests able to walk into the central market square in no more than a few minutes. The village has some wonderful examples of architecture, and the walk into the market square immediately takes tourists to the Greyhound Inn, as well as the imposing St Andrew's Church. There are a number of other pubs and cafés found in the village, as well as a charming delicatessen where guests can sample local produce and pick up some exceptional goods to take home and share with friends and family.
Folkingham also has a well-stocked convenience store where groceries, newspapers, and a wide range of essentials and luxury items can be bought, in addition to a post office and a quirky and popular chocolate shop.
As well as being a great place to explore and discover, Folkingham is also a wonderful gateway to the rest of the region. Great transport links to the A15 mean tourists staying at Low Farm Touring Park can visit Lincolnshire on their camping and caravan holidays with ease. Those still seeking outdoor activities will find fishing, as well as more exceptional walking and cycling routes, just a few hours away in the car, while nearby there are also public golf courses and leisure centres.
Some of the popular tourist attractions found in the area include Burghley House, Grimsthorpe Castle, Belvoir Castle and Belton House. A number of botanical gardens are also found close by, while the market towns of Bourne, Spalding and Boston are all lovely places to spend a day.
Visit Lincoln itself, a 45-minute drive from this campsite where, aside from the cathedral, there are some delightful shops, found along winding cobbled streets and alleyways. Lincoln also has some great open spaces and is a definite favourite among families.
Or maybe you'd like to visit Skegness to enjoy a day beside the seaside. It's about a 70-minute drive from Low Farm, thus is easy to do in a day.
Low Farm Touring Park is a great base for exploring Lincolnshire, and is a quiet yet popular park in the heart of the countryside, ideal for a relaxing break.
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