Woodhall Country Park, also known as Woodhall Spa Camping and Caravanning Club Site, is open to all. This picturesque five-star campsite is set within a conservation area, a short distance from the popular Lincolnshire village of Woodhall Spa itself. Woodhall Country Park's campsite is open to you even if you do not belong to the Camping and Caravanning Club.
The site is open from early April to early November, with 90 pitches. Tents, touring caravans, and motorhomes are all welcome. Fully serviced, hard standing pitches are available, offering plenty of space for guests to enjoy their own pitch. Luxurious wooden camping pods are also available for hire.
Hard standings and well drained grass pitches are available with or without electric hook-ups, depending on guests’ preferences.
The park setting, surrounded by woodland, means that it is not only a charming location for a family holiday but also offers the kind of camping experience where guests always feel close to nature. The pretty woodland setting also offers natural privacy for all.
Across the park site is a range of facilities that all guests can use at their convenience during their stay, including water taps, laundry facilities, washing up facilities, and waste disposal. Wi-Fi internet is available for guests to use during their stay (depending on signal quality), while a designated dog walking area and field for ball games means that all can be entertained during their stay. A children’s play area is also available for little ones to enjoy at their leisure.
Woodhall Spa Camping and Caravanning Club Site is close to Woodhall Country Park, a popular location among keen anglers with three well-stocked coarse fishing lakes available. Even if you're not keen on fishing, it's worth heading to head to Woodhall Country Park to experience the wetlands areas and unique collection of wildlife living in this beautiful wild habitat.
The village of Woodhall Spa has a unique range of features and attractions that the whole family can enjoy, including cycling trails, woodland walks, and the famous Kinema in the Woods. Lovers of independent shops and cafés, as well as traditional country pubs and coffee shops, will enjoy spending hours in the village.
Cyclists can pick up the route from Lincoln to Boston, which travels through Woodhall Spa, and while both towns may be a little too far to cycle to, a trip along the paths offers great opportunities for sightseeing from a unique perspective. Guests are encouraged to head out into Lincolnshire in the car or motorhome and visit Lincoln, with its fantastic castle and cathedral, Boston, and the many country towns and villages in the area.
If you're interested in the history of aviation, you'll know that this area was home to American pilots during World War II. Woodhall Country Park is a great place to make your base if you'd like to visit the Battle of Britain Air Museum at RAF Coningsby and the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby to discover more about our wartime heroes of the air.
Guests staying at Woodhall Spa Camping and Caravanning Club Site will also find themselves within reach of the east coast of England. Visit Skegness, the popular seaside resort that is a pleasant drive away from this campsite. If you are looking for outdoor experiences and things to do inland in Lincolnshire, we recommend that you explore the Lincolnshire Wolds, to the north.
A peaceful park in a picturesque location, with something to do for everyone, this Woodhall Country Park is the perfect location for many relaxing family camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Lincolnshire!
Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Grass only pitch (no electric)
A well-sheltered site
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Electric shaver sockets
Parent and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Designated dog walk
The Edwardian resort of Woodhall Spa – a 19th century spa town – has several places to eat out. The Cottage Museum tells the history of the local community.
Tom Thumb’s grave is at Holy Trinity Church in Tattershall.
Rand Farm Park has newborn chicks in the hatchery and makes a good family day out.
Northcote Heavy Horse Centre aims to be a haven of rest and tranquillity for both visitors and horses.
Lincoln Castle holds one of only four surviving original copies of the Magna Carta.
The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Trail takes visitors through the sites of seven wartime airfields and the operational stations of Waddington and Digby.
The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre has an Avro Lancaster bomber on display.
Claythorpe is home to an 18th century Watermill and Water Gardens. It includes exhibitions of agriculture, milling and baking as well as the Enchanted Woods.
The Site is next to Kirby Moor, a Heathland Nature Reserve.
Tattershall Castle is a dramatic, 15th century red brick tower managed by the National Trust.
Fishing is available locally in the river and at various ponds, though not in the Site’s own lake.
Based on 2 review(s)
norfolk 06 Sep 2011
Excellent campsite. Friendly staff. Very clean toilet blocks with laundry room, food preparation and dish washing areas. Very good fishing lakes, well stocked with both common and mirror carp. Highly recommended.
Leicestershire 18 Aug 2010
We visited this site for Easter 2008, staying for 5 nights. When we arrived on the Thursday, it was brilliant sunshine, we awoke on Easter Sunday to thick snow with drifts! It was brilliant the children made Snowchickens and blew up their lilos to use as sledges, The wardens were friendly and helpful, definately a site we aim to go back to!! Hopefully when its not snowing!! We still laugh at our caravan and awning in sunshine before the snow and caravan and heavy ladened awning with drifts during snow!! The area is beautiful, with the Lincolnshire Wolds, and it's not to far for a day at the coast.