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Long Acres Touring Park

Boston, Lincolnshire

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Winner of the AA Small Campsite of the Year 2016. Long Acres Touring Park in South Lincolnshire has 40 pitches for caravans and motorhomes, set in a rural location. The park is a member of Tranquil Parks and is for adults only.

With a Quality In Tourism 5 Star Rating, this is a great location to enjoy a holiday, unwind and explore the surrounding attractions.

Visit country towns and villages with places of interest including churches, castles and historical houses. Get out and about and see local wildlife in the beautiful natural surroundings and why not try out some the many walks and cycle paths that we recommend - all of which can be found in our Tourist Information Kiosk.

There are also shops nearby and a pub one mile away.

Open from:
1st March to 8th January

Adults only, Disabled access, Pets allowed, Chemical disposal point, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Visitor parking, Washing up facilities, Wireless internet

40 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 9 Tent pitches, 40 Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Horse riding holidays

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
Tattershall Castle
Gunby Hall Estate: Monksthorpe Chapel
Belton House
Woolsthorpe Manor - Isaac Newton
Stamford & Burghley House

Nature Reserves

Long Acres Touring Park (www)

Station Road, Old Leake
Lincolnshire, Central North England
United Kingdom
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Overall rating

4.0 stars

Based on 4 review(s)

North Yorkshire

1.0 stars

How this site has been awarded such high ratings amazes me. It is one stretch of road with pitches either side. The dog "walk" is a bit at the end and is on two levels, hardly an exercise area. The pictures don't show the electricity pylons or the stagnant stream running the length of the site. The motorhome service point is a length of large diameter waste pipe that you are expected to align with your outlet and the open drain. The approach road is the worst undulating surface I've ever come across (I admit they do warn about it being uneven, but be prepared to be thrown around). Saving grace....its quiet.

North Lincolnshire

5.0 stars

We have just come back from yet another relaxing break at this wonderful site, John & Tracey are great hosts, always on hand to help if anyone has a problem and they keep the site immaculate, If you are looking for peace and quiet this wonderful Adults only site is the place to go.


4.0 stars

On arrival at this adults only site, we were warmly greeted by fairly new owners, John and Tracey, and directed to our hard standing pitch. All pitches are hard standing and well spaced out, with room to pitch tents on the grass. Lots of trees and shrubs on site, and grass kept very neat and tidy. The facilities block was modern and very clean. One nice touch, was a freezer for ice packs, (especially useful for those under canvas). At the entrance to the site there was an information kiosk contained leaflets for surrounding atractions, and a folder containing menus from local eateries - useful for those of us who don't cook an evening meal. All in all, a treasure of a site, so much so that we stayed an extra night.


5.0 stars

Visited this lovely Adult Only Site for Easter and may bank holiday. We have nothing against children but we do like a child free holiday from time to time. We were made welcome on arrival, by owners Steve & Margaret, nothing is to much trouble for them, they will advise, help to unhook caravan, or help to erect your tent, as well as giving you direction for a day out or a cycle route, Steve checks the site every morning and evening to make sure everybody is safe. The toilets, showers, and washing up block is spotlessly clean, as is the waste water and cemical disposal. You even get the radio playing in the toilet Block. Easter Sunday Steve came around the site with a tray of easter eggs, which was a lovely jesture we thought. This little site has only been open for three years, if you are one of the unlucky ones not to have visited yet, you really have missed a little gem of a site.