Lincolnshire is an area with plenty to see and do, ranging from the picturesque coastal destination of Skegness to the glorious sights of the Lincolnshire Wolds. To get the most from any tour to this county in Eastern England, you’re going to want to stay at one of the best caravan parks in Lincolnshire.

Lincolnshire has a wide range of locations to explore, with the chance to get closer to nature by visiting a reserve such as Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve and RSPB Frampton Marsh. Alternatively, get a cultural fix by heading to Lincoln itself, where you can see its historic cathedral and castle.

A trip to one of the best caravan parks will give you a brilliant base for exploring the surrounding area, and that’s certainly the case with the options here. We’ve gone through the sites from the county that have been selected in recent Top 100 Sites Guides to find the options that stand out. Six of them are adults-only, while families looking to head to the county will find a warm welcome at Wagtail Country Park.

If you’re thinking of visiting a neighbouring county instead, be sure to take a look at our best caravan park in Norfolk guide too.

The best touring caravan sites in Lincolnshire:

Brookside Country Park
Delph Bank Touring Park
Grooby’s Pit
Long Acres Touring Park
Walnut Lakes
Wagtail Country Park
Wolds View Country Park

The best caravan parks in Lincolnshire are:

Brookside Country Park

Stather Road, Burton-upon-Stather DN15 9DH,

Brookside Caravan Park

Providing guests with an adults-only touring experience in Lincolnshire, Brookside Country Park is open all year and sits a mere 150 yards from the River Trent.

The site provides good amenities, with a centrally heated facilities building and an indoor dishwashing area, while the dog friendly caravan park provides a four-acre dog walk for any canine companions.

Laurel hedging and shrubs separate each pitch too, helping guests enjoy peace and privacy.

If you’re staying at a caravan park in Lincolnshire, you’re going to want to be well placed for exploring the surrounding area, and that’s certainly the case here. It’s perfectly positioned for a trip to the Lincolnshire Edge, where walkers can bask in the beautiful woodland; alternatively, Alkborough is less than three miles away.

As it’s only 15 miles from the Humber Bridge, this Lincolnshire caravan park provides a good base for heading into South Yorkshire too.

Then, after a day’s exploring, you can head to the Ferry House Inn, a mere 350 yards from the park, to relax in the riverside garden.

Delph Bank Touring Park

Old Main Road, Fleet Hargate, Holbeach PE12 8LL,

Delph Bank Touring Park

Sitting in six acres of beautifully kept grounds, Delph Bank is another adults-only caravan park to make it into our best caravan park in Lincolnshire guide.

The site provides a versatile base, not only allowing guests to explore the county, but to also head to other parts of Eastern England, thanks to its proximity to Cambridgeshire and Norfolk.

Delph Bank is a site with good transport links too, ideal if you want a break from driving, with a bus stopping by the entrance that heads to Spalding and King’s Lynn.

Other nearby destinations to visit include Snettisham, the Fens and Sandringham, along with the towns of Wisbech, Hunstanton and Stamford.

Facilities on offer include a dishwashing and laundry room, a two-acre dog walk, and a heated amenity building.

A pub is also only 800 yards from the entrance to the site.

Grooby’s Pit

Steeping Road, Thorpe St Peter, Skegness PE24 4QT,

Grooby's Pit

Providing guests with a peaceful countryside setting, Grooby’s Pit is only seven miles from Skegness and is a great destination to consider if you want a Lincolnshire caravan park with fishing.

This is because of the two-acre coarse fishing lake and nursery lake which are provided at the site, with each pitch set around one of these to provide a tranquil setting.

Horncastle and Lincolnshire Wildlife Park are two nearby destinations to visit, while Lincoln itself is just over an hour away. Facilities include a heated toilet and shower block, an indoor dishwashing area, a warm-water dog shower and laundry facilities.

Long Acres Touring Park

Station Road, Old Leake, Boston PE22 9RF,

Long Acres Touring Park

Long Acres is set in three acres of fenland country and site is well placed for visiting some of the delights of Lincolnshire, including Boston, Lincoln and Skegness.

For anyone who wants to get closer to nature, there will be the opportunity to head to the nature reserves in the area too, which include Snipe Dales, Gibraltar Point and RSPB Frampton Marsh. The village of Old Leake is only three miles as well.

Alternatively, take to two wheels and explore the three cycle routes the campsite has created.

While you’re enjoying your stay at Long Acres, you’re bound to meet some of the other inhabitants, with barn owls, tawny owls, woodpeckers and cuckoos all residing in the area too.

Walnut Lakes

Main Road, Algarkirk, Boston PE20 2LQ,

Walnut Lakes

Whether you want to fish, get closer to nature, or explore Lincolnshire’s many highlights, Walnut Lakes delivers.

There’s plenty to do in the vicinity of the campsite, with Moulton Marsh Nature Reserve nearby; golf fans will also be pleased to hear there’s a course to be found only a mile from the site. There are also local lanes for cyclists to explore as well.

That’s not all though, with Boston, Lincoln, Peterborough and Skegness all in the surrounding area.

The site itself provides a dog-walking field, toilets, showers, and a laundrette.

Wagtail Country Park

Cliff Lane, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2HU,

Wagtail Country Park

Sitting only a few miles north of Grantham, the 25-acre Wagtail Country Park is a family caravan park that is a haven for wildlife.

The David Bellamy Gold Award-winning site provides three well-stocked fishing lakes. The smallest is solely for lodge owners and the second for touring guests, while the third can be used by both parties. They are stocked with bream, carp, perch, roach, tench and more.

Facilities on offer include a laundry room, washing up areas, and two luxury heated utility rooms, while the Johnny Wagtail Inn is a dog-friendly bar that is available onsite.

There’s plenty to do in the vicinity, including Grantham House, Woolsthorpe Manor and Belvoir Castle. Lincoln, Grantham and Newark are enjoyable destinations to explore as well.

Wolds View Country Park

115 Brigg Road Caistor, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, LN7 6RX,

Wolds View

This adults-only destination promises a peaceful stay in the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds.

The Lincolnshire touring caravan site provides both grass and hardstanding pitches, with 16 amp electric hook-up and easy access to fresh water. A shop selling essentials is available onsite, with other amenities including disabled facilities and underfloor heating in the washrooms.

The four-acre campsite is only a mile from the town of Caistor, while guests will be able to find the Viking Way a mere 10 minutes walk from the site. Other attractions in the area include Lincoln, Waltham Windmill and for something a bit different, the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway.

The 216 square Lincolnshire Wolds themselves are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a scenic and picture-perfect landscape which can be explored on foot, with bikes or even horse riding.

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