Herons Mead Touring Park and Fishing Lake is a quiet country park found in the heart of Lincolnshire, between the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the popular tourist town of Skegness.
The park welcomes guests with touring caravans as well as tents. A number of seasonal pitches are available for guests planning to return to Herons Mead on numerous occasions throughout the year. Closed season secure storage is also offered here, for guests planning to return to stay at Herons Mead Touring Park and Fishing Lake the following year.
In addition to the touring and camping pitches, this park also boasts a number of luxurious static holiday caravans for hire, plus there are usually some permanently owned statics available for sale, too. These are very popular, so guests looking to make Herons Mead Touring Park and Fishing Lake their regular home away from home are encouraged to enquire about availability and express interest at the earliest possible opportunity. Both new and previously owned statics can become available, meaning there are options to suit a range of budgets.
All of the touring pitches found at the park are all weather pitches, with electric hook-ups.
Herons Mead Touring Park and Fishing Lake has a two-acre coarse fishing lake, which attracts guests from across the UK. The lake is always busy and there are numerous fishing pins around it, while both novice and experienced anglers are welcome to fish here.
In addition, Herons Mead Touring Park and Fishing Lake has eight acres of woodland that guests can enjoy walking through.
While there are plenty of outdoor experiences to be enjoyed on the park grounds, there is also lots to see and do beyond the site.
You could visit Skegness. The park is about a 15-minute drive away. Check out the beach, the promenade and the amusement arcades, as well as the pubs, bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. Fun days out for all the family can also involve trips to Fantasy Island or the famous Butlin’s resort, for which you can get a day pass.
To enjoy the sea without the crowds, you could visit Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve which sits on the coast, a short way south of Skegness.
Those that love the outdoors and that want to explore beyond the park will also find the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to their liking, with miles of trails suitable for walking and cycling, and hilltops offering tremendous views across the region.
Or for some city life, you could visit Lincoln. It is only about an hour's drive from Herons Mead Touring Park and Fishing Lake. Discover the cathedral and the castle, take a wander through the streets and grab a bite to eat or maybe do some shopping, or go to the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.
Herons Mead Touring Park and Fishing Lake is a lovely base for a family holiday, whether planning a short stay or looking for a permanent holiday home location, especially for those who are fanatical about fishing.
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