Mablethorpe Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Open from
29 March - 5 November 2018
Contact
Location
Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire, Central North England, LN12 2NU
(Location map)
Yes
Motorhome pitches
(£6.80 - £11.60)
110
Touring pitches
(£6.80 - £11.60)
Yes
Tent pitches
(£6.80 - £11.60)
No
Serviced pitches
No
Seasonal pitches
Pitches
Motorhome pitches£6.80-£11.60
Touring pitches110£6.80-£11.60
Tent pitches£6.80-£11.60
Serviced pitches
Seasonal pitches

Glamping
Camping pods
Tipis
Yurts
Wigwams
Safari tents
Bell tents
Karsten tents
Gypsy caravans
Shepherd huts

To rent
Chalets
Holiday homes
Residential homes

To buy
Chalets
Holiday homes
Residential homes

Mablethorpe Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a great park situated a short distance outside of the town that shares its name and within walking distance of the beautiful beaches of the East Coast of England. Open from late March until early November, we welcome motorhomes, tents, and touring campers onto our site.

We are a family and pet friendly park offering a children’s play area and access to open spaces across Lincolnshire for everyone to enjoy, whether you want sandy beaches, woodland, or rolling countryside. On site, we provide Wi-Fi internet and electric hook-ups to all guests, while facilities are also available for chemical waste disposal, laundry, and washing up if needed.

The beach at Mablethorpe is the holder of a Blue Flag, meaning it is of the highest quality, and is definitely a place where you could spend many a day relaxing with all the family. The beaches in the area stretch for miles and are known for their cleanliness and safety, often drawing visitors from around the United Kingdom who travel to Mablethorpe and the nearby towns of Trusthorpe and Sutton on Sea in the early morning just to spend one day at the coast.

As well as the beach, Mablethorpe has all the attractions you would associate with a popular seaside town that can keep the children entertained for hours, including arcades, an outdoor fun fair, donkey rides along the seafront, go-karting for the young (and old) petrolheads amongst you, and numerous beachfront cafes and, of course, fish and chip restaurants.

Mablethorpe is also home to a seal sanctuary, many of whom are newborns who are taken in from the sandbanks at Donna Nook when their parents give birth and leave them; they are looked after at Mablethorpe before being sent back into the sea when they are big and strong enough. The town centre is also a great place to spend time shopping and dining in excellent restaurants and bars; independent, locally run and larger chain establishments can both be found.

Further away, the always popular seaside resort of Skegness is a short drive to the south, while Grimsby and Cleethorpes can be reached to the north, look out for the hidden unspoiled beaches you’ll discover driving along the coast! A stay at Mablethorpe Camping and Caravanning Club Site is all about the coast; if you love the beach, then this is the perfect park for you and your whole family.

More about the parkHide
  • Pets allowed
  • Disabled access
  • Children's play area(s)
  • Electric hook-ups
  • LPG stockist
  • Sanitary block(s)
  • Laundry
  • Wireless internet
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Washing up facilities

Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Storage facilities
Difficult access/approach
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents

Other facilities:
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Payphone
Battery charging facilities

Location


Mablethorpe Camping and Caravanning Club Site (www)

Highfield, 120 Church Lane
Lincolnshire, Central North England
United Kingdom
LN12 2NU

Nearby attractions

  • Beach
  • Boat launch
  • Fishing
  • Sailing
  • Swimming (Indoor)
  • Tennis

The seaside is the big draw here. There are miles of safe, sandy beaches at Mablethorpe, Trusthorpe and Sutton on Sea, with family attractions at Mablethorpe seafront including a sand train, traditions donkey rides, indoor go-karting, a funfair and cafes.
You can also visit the Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary – animals come to the beach at Donna Nook to give birth in the autumn – and the town centre is good for shopping and dining out. Inland, the historic market town is Alford is famed for its craft market, while further down the coast there’s the Pleasure Beach at Skegness, with more rides and amusements at Fantasy Island in Ingoldmells.

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