Manor Farm Caravan Park, in the heart of the Lincolnshire countryside, is open from 1 March until 31 October every year, and is within easy reach of the east coast of England, a short distance north of the popular seaside resort of Skegness.
This caravan park welcomes guests with touring caravans, motorhomes and tents. Seasonal pitches are available for those looking to return to the site throughout the open season. Off pitch storage is available for guests planning to stay at Manor Farm Caravan Park later in the season or again the following year, at a competitive and affordable rate.
The park sits in an area of mature woodland and is well surrounded by trees and hedgerows. It is also adjacent to a working farm, giving guests a real feeling of being at one with nature and the outdoors during a stay at Manor Farm Caravan Park.
A selection of pitches with electric hook-ups are available on the site, while camping guests can choose to pitch their tent across a large field and enjoy a true back to basics camping experience.
Facilities available for guests to use during their stay at Manor Farm Caravan Park include toilet and shower blocks, laundry and washing up facilities, ice pack freezing and a battery charging service. There is also a children’s play area at the park, along with plenty of open space for family fun, ball games and other activities. The nature of the park being part of a working farm means there are several nature walks available across the site, great for seeing and learning more about the local environment.
The centrepiece of this caravan park is its private fishing lake, which many guests enjoy using. The lake is well stocked with a variety of species, and the park welcomes both novice and experienced anglers to enjoy time at the lake.
The reception area at the park doubles as a tourist information centre, helping you plan your days out.
The Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a short distance inland from Manor Farm Caravan Park. This beautiful region is perfect for exploring on foot or on bicycle, offering tremendous views of Lincolnshire and out towards the sea. This is also Tennyson country, so you can follow in the great poet's footsteps and see what inspired his work.
Guests looking to spend time at the coast can head down into Skegness, which is just under half an hour's drive away, to enjoy the great beaches there. In the town itself, there is plenty for guests to see and do, from the popular resorts of Fantasy Island and Butlin’s to the art galleries and museums. Take a walk along the promenade, or head to the amusement arcades, shops, cafés and more.
Elsewhere there are several nature reserves to look around, excellent for wildlife enthusiasts and bird watchers, while many of Lincolnshire’s amazing market towns are within reach, along with opportunities to enjoy a round of golf or other outdoor adventures.
However you like to spend your free time, you'll have lots of things to do on your camping and caravan holidays when you visit Skegness and the surrounding area.
Tourist information point
Ice pack freezing facilities
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