Caravan Sites, Caravan Parks and Campsites in Lincolnshire

As England’s second largest county, it would seem silly not to pop over England’s shortest country boundary (18metres/20yards) by travelling from Northamptonshire to Lincolnshire in the caravan, just be careful not to be around during the rare Earthquakes, similar to the one in Lincolnshire 27th February 2008 which, reached between 4.7 and 5.3 on the Richter scale; it was one of the largest earthquakes to affect Britain in recent years.

Lincolnshire is a wonderful place for a caravanning holiday, as it is an area of outstanding, ever-changing landscapes and exciting scenery, Lincolnshire is shaped by a rich tapestry of fascinating heritage (look under ‘Lindsey’ in the Doomsday book), friendly and helpful locals and some more than intriguing traditions.

Take a break from the caravan and site life and visit Lincoln’s iconic Cathedral, or wonder round the Castle. Visit St Helen's Church in Brant Broughton, where the adventurers’ among you can attempt to climb the 198ft tall steeple, which was, in its day, a masterwork of medieval masonry, or meander through one of the several farmers' markets that take place each week and buy fresh fruit and vegetables, freshly laid eggs and home made cakes to enjoy back in the caravan.

Lincolnshire also includes the seaside town of Skegness. Famed for the first Butlins holiday resort, this town is one of the better known seaside resorts in the United Kingdom. Enjoy the seaside traditions like donkey rides, an afternoon in the pub or an hour at the prize bingo, or even go and see the seals, coral fish, butterflies and penguins at Nature Land.

Alternatively there’s Mablethorpe and Cleethorpes to explore as well as the other attractions in the area include Belvoir Castle, Church Farm Museum, Burghley House, Butterfly and Wildlife Park, Belton House and Bateman’s Brewery. All great sites to see from the convenience of your local caravan site.

Map of Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks in Lincolnshire