Orchard Park Boston, Lincolnshire, Central North England, PE20 3QU (Location map)
Open all year
Orchard Park is a simply stunning location set in the natural beauty of the Lincolnshire countryside, a short distance outside of the popular town of Boston and within reach of the fabled English east coast overlooking the North Sea. Orchard Park is open all year, and is an adults-only facility. The park offers a vast range of accommodation options, ensuring that the needs of every holidaymaker are fully catered for.
There is a large number of touring pitches that welcome caravans, motorhomes, and tents, a small number of holiday homes for hire, as well as over 100 static caravans that can be purchased by those who would love to make Orchard Park their permanent and regular holiday retreat.
The parks’ main attraction is a well-stocked, five acre fishing lake, so famous that holidaymakers from across the United Kingdom regularly travel to Orchard Park purely for the fishing opportunities. For those looking for somewhere to fish away from the lake, there is another beautiful stretch of water to the north of the park.
Everything you need for your holiday can be attained at Orchard Park. In addition to a small convenience store, there is also a bar, café, and takeaway food facility, meaning if you aren’t up for the short drive into Boston or one of the other surrounding towns, you can live in comfort at Orchard Park without a care in the world.
The whole of the Lincolnshire countryside is at your mercy for exploring, while if you want to head a little further out you will find East Anglia, the northern coastline of which is some of the most beautiful natural landscape anywhere in the UK.
This part of the country is famous for its historic market towns, too, and in addition to Boston you will find Grantham and Spalding within easy reach.
The Bubblecar Museum
RSPB Frampton Marsh Nature Reserve
Maud Foster Mill
The Boston Woods Trust
Based on 2 review(s)
Bedfordshire 14 Aug 2012
We arrived at this adults only site, and were invited to choose any empty pitch we fancied. There were different sorts of pitches which ranged in size, some with hedge surrounds to give privacy, others were large enough to support the caravan, an awning and the car. One very nice touch was that all electric boxes had water posts close by so there was no running back and forth with the water carrier. We were initially shown a plan on the computer but might I suggest just a simple map given to new arrivals might be helpful! Luckily there were quite a few 'regular' visitors (always a good sign) that we could ask where amenities could be located. Unfortunately the site was at the time rather waterlogged but the staff could not have been more helpful. There was a cafe on site which apparently provided breakfast and lunch but unfortunately we didn't get to try it out as it wasn't open when we wanted to eat. We found a local pub providing excellent evening meals and could then return to the site for a nightcap or three!!!! The bar on site was very well stocked with lots of friendly people to chat to. The toilet block was good with several 'en-suite' rooms containing shower, toilet and washbasin. It is a site that we would definitely return to, hopefully in drier weather.
DERBYSHIRE 08 Oct 2007
A REALLY GREAT PLACE TO STAY, TOILETS AND SHOWERS TOP CLASS, NICE PITCHES, WELL LAYED OUT AND YOU CAN HAVE A PITCH WITH YOUR FRIENDS OR A SECLUDED PITCK ON YOUR OWN. THE BAR IS WELL STOCKED AND A GREAT PLACE FOR A QUIET DRINK TO END THE DAY. HIGHLY RECOMENDED FOR COUPLES , PEACE AND QUIET ,YET ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE GREAT LITTLE TOWN OF BOSTON, HALF HOUR TO SKEGGY.