Woodhall Country Park is a award winning caravan & camping site. Set in lovely parkland, with many wooded areas, this site was designed in conjunction with Natural England, and therefore a popular habitat for animals, birds, butterflies and reptiles.
This site is listed in the Top 100 Sites Guide from Practical Caravan, Practical Motorhome and Caravan Sitefinder, meaning it's one of the best campsites in the UK. And as one of just nine campsites in the Eastern England section of this go-to guide, it is also one of the best sites in the region.
Woodhall Country Park welcomes caravans, motorhomes and tents. At this site you'll find 80 serviced, hardstanding pitches, all of which have electric and water hook-ups, as well as drainage for foul and grey water. In addition, there are 8 hardstanding pitches with electric & water hook-ups, as well as 28 grass pitches that are also serviced, and they are suitable for caravans or large tents, plus there are two specific camping areas.
The washrooms at this campsite are spacious and tidy, with showers, basins and toilets, as well as facilities for disabled visitors; each also has washing up areas, and chemical toilet points. If you're camping, you can use the food preparation area, where there's a microwave and a kettle, sinks and a freezer. Everyone is welcome to enjoy herbs from the site's herb garden.
There are also a range of pod options at Woodhall Country Park in Lincolnshire – prices start at just £35 per night, per pod. There are six camping pods, each of which has a double bed and room for a travel cot, electric sockets, a picnic bench and tea/coffee making facilities. Just bring your bedding and kitchen/cooking gear. Pets aren't permitted here.
But that's not all. There are six Sky camping pods too, each of which has a double bed and a pair of bunk beds, so can accommodate two adults and two children. As with the regular pods, pets and smoking aren't allowed and you just need to bring bedding and cooking equipment, cutlery and plates.
If you're a fan of fishing, you will be pleased to learn that there is a trio of well-stocked fishing lakes for anglers to enjoy – one day’s fishing on a single rod costs £5. Bike hire is also available. And if golf takes your fancy, head to Woodhall Spa Golf Club which is very close to the site.
Jubilee Park Outdoor Swimming Pool is nearby, as is The Kinema in the Woods, the only fully functioning cinema in the UK to employ back projection. These are both on the edge of the Lincolnshire village of Woodhall Spa, which has a number of pubs, bakeries and cafes to keep you well fed on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays, giving you a break from cooking.
The Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is just waiting for you to explore if you're pitched at Woodhall Country Park. There's also the city of Lincoln with its castle and cathedral, which will take you around 40 minutes to drive to.
So, there are lots of things to do on your camping, motorhome and caravan holiday in Lincolnshire, and with the option of glamping too, the award winning Woodhall Country Park could be your perfect destination.
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Woodhall Spa is situated in the heart of Lincolnshire. Englands second largest county, Lincolnshire offers a mix of stunning landscapes from the rolling hills of the Wolds and waterways to a stunning coastline and characterful market towns and villages. For families there are a number of great attractions that the children will enjoy from farm parks to the lively coastal resorts of Skegness, Mablethorpe and Cleethorpes.
The area is ideal for walking and cycling. Nearby routes include the Water Rail Way, connecting Lincoln to Boston with access just a mile from the site. The Spa Trail takes you on a stunning 3 mile traffic free journey along the mid section of the old Horncastle to Woodhall Junction Railway and part of the Horncastle canal. The trail forms part of the Viking Way, a long distance route from Hull to Harwich.
The village of Woodhall Spa was one of the great Victorian Spa resorts and is one of Lincolnshire’s most historic villages with timeless charm. You will find a selection of locally sourced fresh Lincolnshire produce on offer in the deli and butchers on the high street. You can enjoy home cooked food in the cafes and a meal out in one of the village’s restaurants.
Next to the site is The Village Limits, an award winning traditional pub serving fresh Lincolnshire dishes.
Nearby you will enjoy villages such as Tattershall, the skyline of the village dominated by the turrets of the National Trusts Tattershall Castle a perfect afternoon out. Or perhaps Horncastle, for a wide assortment of antique shops, bakeries & pubs.
The nearby Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is stunning. Ideal for walking and cycling, or enjoying a picnic you will experience picture perfect scenery in this expanse of countryside peppered with charming traditional English villages.
In Lincolnshire you can’t forget our aviation heritage. ‘Bomber County’ has a number of aviation sites for you to explore, including RAF Conningsby the home of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and the Dambusters Bar at the nearby Petwood Hotel. The Red Arrows can often be seen training in the big Lincolnshire skies.
The Cottage Museum in Woodhall Spa offers an interesting insight into the county and its history, and has helpful tourist information too.
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