Croft Bank Holiday Park is a charming caravan park found just outside the town of Skegness, on the main road running into the town from the south west. The park welcomes motorhomes and touring caravans, and has privately owned static caravans for sale whenever they become available. The park is open from early March until late December each year.
Privately owned static caravans for sale are offered whenever they become available. The ground rents and rates for the static caravan plots are payable at the start of each season at Croft Bank Holiday Park. Those interested in buying a static caravan and siting it here should note that electricity is metered and you can buy gas by the bottle, so those staying at the park will only ever pay for what they use.
The site is secured by a barrier and CCTV is present across the park. Admittance is by security pass only. Wi-Fi internet is available for you to use whenever you are staying at the site. All of the pitches on this part of the site are hard standings and super pitches with water and drainage are available along with standard electric hook-up pitches.
The park is also home to a smaller touring area, which offers grass and hard standing pitches for touring caravans, motorhomes, and tents, open from early March until the end of October. The touring pitches are all serviced with water and electric hook ups. There are also camping pods for hire and a first floor apartment, ‘The Loft,’ to rent at the site.
Facilities on offer in the touring area at Croft Bank Holiday Park include toilet and shower blocks, and a laundrette. There is a small play area for children to enjoy at the park.
Guests can enjoy food and drink at the local public house, serving food throughout the day and welcoming to all members of the family. There's a good choice of pubs in the area, such as Old Chequers Inn, in Croft Lane, plus in Skegness itself, which is less than two miles away, you'll find The Welcome Inn in Burgh Old Road, The Red Lion Wetherspoon on Roman Bank, Wolfies Wine Bar in South Parade, The Ship in Castleton Boulevard, Williams Bar and Lounge and also the Marine Boathouse Bar in Lumley Road.
Skegness has a range of attractions to ensure the whole family is kept entertained during a day in town. Most guests will head to the Blue Flag beach, which has golden sands and the chance to enjoy plenty of activities, while a walk along the promenade will bring amusements, cafés, and shops to tourists’ attention. The town is perhaps most famous for its Butlins resort, and guests looking to spend a day there can take out a day pass for full access to all attractions and amenities.
North of Skegness is Ingoldmells, home to the well-known Fantasy Island resort and some excellent markets, while there is also a high quality golf course and a selection of quieter beaches for those that prefer to spend time away from the busier tourist areas. Hardy’s Animal Farm and the Lincolnshire Wolds are also accessible from Ingoldmells, which has a charming village centre with some excellent shops and stylish pubs.
Elsewhere, it is just a short drive to the Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve, home to stunning sand dunes and saltmarshes, while to the south guests can drive into Boston and Lincolnshire’s other popular countryside market towns.
Croft Bank Holiday Park is a great location for touring guests and anyone looking for a quiet, permanent holiday retreat close to Skegness.
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