Open every year from early April to early November, Jubilee Park is one of the most beautiful holiday parks in Lincolnshire, and is found in the picturesque village of Woodhall Spa, five minutes from the charming village centre. The park has a total of 85 pitches, and welcomes guests with motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents, as well as trailer tents and folding caravans. An additional rally field is available at Jubilee Park, which has a capacity of approximately 40 rally pitches.
All of the pitches at Jubilee Park are grass pitches, with 73 fully maintained and serviced with electric hook-ups. All pitches are close to the on-site communal facilities, which include showers, a toilet block, water supplies, washing up and laundry facilities, and chemical waste disposal points.
There are plenty of activities on offer to guests that stay at Jubilee Park, including a heated outdoor swimming and paddling pool, a recently refurbished children’s play park, and tennis, croquet, table tennis, bowling, and a putting green.
A range of events are held at Jubilee Park during its open season, including ‘Picnic in the Park,’ a 1940s Festival, and Midnight Swims in the swimming pool. The park also hosts car boot sales during the summer, so guests often find themselves heading home with much more than they arrived with at the start of their stay!
Woodhall Spa has plenty of local businesses, in addition to pubs and restaurants, for guests to stock up on their holiday essentials and refreshments during their stay. The village is famous for its historic estates and outdoor recreation opportunities. The Manor House and The Tower-on-the-Moor are both brilliant locations to visit.
Guests interested in exploring the outdoors can head into Jubilee Park itself, which is adjacent to the Camping & Caravan Park. The Pinewoods are beautiful woodlands, that you can explore at leisure, despite the fact that they are in the grounds of the village’s Victoria Hotel. The vintage Kinema in the Woods is a popular attraction at the centre of The Pinewoods, and is the only cinema in the United Kingdom to use back projection.
The Viking Way footpath runs through Woodhall Spa, although at 147 miles long guests aren’t going to manage to walk it all during their stay! However, the Spa Trail is a 3.3 mile section of the path that offers a peaceful walking route through beautiful woodland, with not a car in sight.
Cyclists can head out onto the Water Rail Way, a cycle trail that runs from Boston to Lincoln and passes through the village. Both towns are worth exploring on two wheels if the campsite guests fancy getting active and burning some energy on holiday.
Woodhall Spa is also famous for its two excellent golf courses, the Hotchkin, which has been named as one of the best inland golf courses in the UK, and the Bracken. The sandy heathland is so well drained that the golf courses offer soft springy turf all year round.
Elsewhere, guests will find the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty a short drive from the park, while the beautiful east coast of England is just a short drive away. King’s Lynn and the beauty of the north Norfolk coast are also within reach and offer wonderful sandy beaches, woodland, heathland, a chance to spot rare wild birds, and much more.
Jubilee Park Camping and Caravan Park is a luxurious location to choose as a retreat for your caravan holidays in Lincolnshire. It is a great base for exploring Woodhall Spa and the surrounding area.
ice pack freezing facilities
The Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum
The Kinema in the Woods
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Sheffield 17 Jun 2008
If you like a quiet family orientated park, with sports facilities and a heated outdoor pool, this is the one for you. It is a council-run park and all of the staff are extremely pleasant and very helpful. The prices are not too expensive. Bad points, there is no club for the kids, but there is a huge football field, tennis courts, bowling green and kids play ground. My children loved it and I found it incredibly relaxing, safe and fun for kids who don't need expensive entertainment. Ten minutes walk into village for supermarkets, post office, indian, pizza's and chinese restaraunts. And of course only less than one mile from the 48th best golf course in the world.