Lincolnshire Caravan Holidays and Holiday Parks
The county is the historic home to caravan industry, with the resort of Ingoldmells near to Skegness been the home to the first ever Butlins and the first ever modern day style caravan holiday resort.
Lincolnshire borders East Yorkshire to the North, where the iconic Humber Bridge links the region with the city of Hull, Cambridgeshire to the South, Rutland to the South West and both Leicestershire and Nottingham to the West. There is a border between Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire of just 20 years- the shorted of any county border in England.
Lincolnshire Holiday Parks
Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in Lincolnshire.
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|1||Golden Sands, Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire||Review||Book | More Info|
|2||Thorpe Park, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire||Review||Book | More Info|
Lincolnshire Caravan Holidays
From a holidaymaker point of view the county can be split into 3 distinct separate groups; The East Coast, Rural Lincolnshire and Urban Lincolnshire.
The Lincolnshire coast is home to a number of popular seaside resorts with Mablethorpe, Ingoldmells, Cleethorpes and Skegness all home to numerous caravan holiday parks with many of the top caravan park operators all having offerings in the region.
Mablethorpe is a seaside town and resort in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, with the resort also including the small seaside village of Sutton-on-Sea.
Known for is long sandy beaches backed by sands dunes, the relaxed resort offers a sand train, a small fairground, a cinema, amusement arcades and fantastic views out over the North Sea.
Ingoldmells is a small coastal village and resort also in the East Lindsay district of Lincolnshire that is located just 3 miles North of the all action resort of Skegness.
When people think of caravan holidays and Skegness it is often Ingoldmells that they are actually thinking of as Ingoldmells is home to the first ever Butlins- which is still the most popular of Butlins holiday parks for many.
Ingoldmells is a popular choice for families as whilst the village is relatively small and relaxed, it is ideally located for exploring the East Coast and for enjoying all that Skegness has to offer without having to deal with the crowds.
The resort is also home to a large number of caravan holiday parks, from some of the UK’s biggest to small independent offerings which means that no matter what type of holiday park you are wanting, you are sure to find it in Ingoldmells.
Ingoldmells is also home to the popular Fantasy Island Theme Park and large indoor/outdoor market.
Cleethorpes is a popular seaside town and resort located on the Humber Estuary in North East Lincolnshire.
Unusually for resort in Lincolnshire, the seafront actually faces to the North and you have views across the Humber to Spurn Point and Yorkshire with large container, car transporters and ferry’s going backwards and forwards 24 hours a day.
The town lies of the Greenwich Meridian and it has one of the lowest annual rainfalls in the UK.
The town centre offers a good range of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants whilst the seafront offer lot’s for holidaymakers including a pier, an indoor market, a seafront park with a miniature railway and a long promenade.
Skegness is a large seaside town and resort on the Lincolnshire coast that is the biggest resort in the region. The town is located 43 miles from the county’s capital city of Lincoln.
Skegness is located at the end of the 2 biggest roads to this part of the coastline which makes it not only easy to reach form all parts of England, via the A1, but it also makes it easy to explore the region.
Skegness is home to many regions including the Diamond Jubilee Clock Tower, the Tower Gardens, Skegness Pier and nowadays the resort offer view of a large off shore windfarm.
The resort offer a large sandy beach, a popular Seal Sanctuary, a small theme park and the famous Gibraltar Park Nature Reserve is located just to the South of the resort on the northern point of the Wash.
Lincoln is an historic cathedral city that is the county town of Lincolnshire and is one of the country’s most popular towns for visitors.
Lincoln was developed in Roman tomes, as Lindum Colonia but most of the towns landmarks are much more modern with the towns Gothic Cathedral, which was the world’s tallest building for over 200 years and the Lincoln Castle amongst the most popular visitor attractions.
The city is easily reached from all across the British Isles thank to its location just off of the A1 whilst there are regular rail services from most parks of England.
The 18th Century High Bridge gives visitors a little corner of Venice, whilst the numerous museums, bars, cafes, restaurants and large market are great for day visitors and locals alike.
The Lincolnshire Wolds is a range of Hills that is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for anybody who has visited the area, that is no surprise.
The Wolds are the highest area of Land between Yorkshire and Kent and run from the Humber to the Lincolnshire Fens which means that the majority of visitors will at least see the Wolds on their way to the seaside resorts on the Lincolnshire coast.
The Wolds is home to many rivers as well as small villages that are popular for visitors looking for that old world feel and who are looking a chance to get away from all of the stresses and inconveniences of modern life.
Lincolnshire is home to many fantastic attractions, historical sights and both beautiful coastline and idyllic countryside but for those who like the trapping of big cities, Norwich has all that you could ever need.
Here at CaraHols.co.uk we bring you a large selection of caravan holiday parks in Lincolnshire complete with all of the information you need to decide which is best for you. We review the parks and bring you direct links for booking making it as simple as possible to book your next Lincolnshire caravan holiday.