PLACES TO VISIT IN SKEGNESS
A 2017 video showing the delights of Skegness set to music.
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A Day in Skegness
A short video of Skegness lights from the air by night.
A short video showing the delights of Skegness set to music.
Turn your sound up!
A Day in Skegness
A short video from 2010 taking you around the places to visit in Skegness.
Marsh Lane, Orby, Skegness, PE24 5JA
Enjoy the thrills and spills of stock car racing! Skegness Stadium offers a full range of facilities for all the family. Enjoy different types of oval racing, from metal mashing of the Bangers, to the full on contact of Brisca F1 Stock Cars and pure race machines of the National Hot Rods. Open: March-November (times vary)
Salem Bridge Brewery, Wainfleet, Lincs PE24 4JE
One of the country’s oldest family breweries based in a windmill, dating back two centuries and overlooking the River Steeping. Enjoy tours of the Victorian brewhouse, the ‘virtual reality’ walk round, the world’s largest bottled beer collection and indoor games area. Beer garden, shop and ‘windmill bar’. Open: Wednesday-Sunday (inclusive), 11.30am-2.30pm
Croft Bank, Skegness, PE24 4AW
Just 4 miles from Skegness, you’ll find 20 floodlit bays, a 9 hole pay-and-play course, 18 hole putting green, practice bunker, bistro and 6-rink bowling green; golf equipment for hire. Open: Range – 10.00am-10.00pm; Course – 10.00am-Dusk (winter hours apply October-March)
Off Trunch Lane, Chapel St Leonards, PE24 5TU
Four well stocked fishing lakes provide some of the best coarse fishing on the East coast. There’s also a well-stocked tackle shop, motor boats, bumper boats, Ventureland (kids soft play area), amusement arcades, crazy golf, quad bikes, kiddie carts, mini marina, cafe and much more!! Ample parking, located beside the beach.
Croft, Skegness, PE 24 4SU
A haven for wildlife and walkers, this reserve is internationally recognised for preserving important habitats and species, with endless opportunities to study animal, plant and insect life up close. The Visitor Centre includes the Wild Coast Exhibition, Nature Discovery Centre, gift shop & Point Cafe.
Open: Winter opening times for the Visitor Centre: Weekdays: 11.00am-3.00pm; Weekends: 11.00am-4.00pm
North Parade, Skegness PE 25 1DB
As well as providing a home to many seals, you’ll find penguins, flamingos and a tropical house, filled with reptiles and creepy crawlies. Pets Corner offers the perfect chance to meet some animals in person, plus there’s an aquarium, floral palace and gift shop.
Open: Every day from 10.00am (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day)
Spilsby, Lincolnshire PE23 5PS
As a sanctuary for handicapped & retired horses, the Centre is run by volunteers, so visitors are encouraged to help with simple tasks. Heavy Horse Dray rides are available most working days and rides begin after lunch. Entrance is free. Open: Selected dates each month; normal programme days 11.00am-3.00pm.
Towns & Villages to Visit Near Skegness
Louth is a busy market town located on the River Lud, with a maze of narrow streets and its skyline dominated by the 295ft spire of the 15th Century St James’ Church. On the edge of town is Hubbard’s Hills, a pretty valley and parkland, with a riverside setting that is perfect for picnics. As well as the street and farmers markets, there are lots of shops, cafes, tearooms, pubs and restaurants, plus the Louth Museum & Wyvale Garden Centre are worth a visit.
On the edge of The Wolds, Alford is a charming market town & craft centre. Craftspeople & artisans flock to the town to demonstrate their skills at the seasonal festivals and weekly craft markets held during the summer. Alford also features the Five Sailed Windmill, a rural gem six stories high, and home to an antiques shop & tearoom, plus there’s the Alford Manor House, reputedly the largest thatched Manor House in the country, originally built in 1611 and open to visitors.
Located at the south-west foot of The Wolds, Horncastle is a bustling & attractive market town, renowned for its antique shops. It features some notable historic buildings and attractions, including Banovallum House, home to the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust; Bolingbroke Castle; Stockwith Mill; Tattershall Castle and the 12th century Church of St Mary. The Snipe Dales Country Park can also be found nearby.
There can be few cities that can match Lincoln’s neat mix of ancient and modern, and its skyline is dominated by the cathedral. Top attractions include: Brayford Waterfront Quarter; Lincoln Cathedral; The Collection Museum; the Arboretum; The Ellis Windmill; the Museum of Lincolnshire Life; Bishop’s Palace & Harsholme Country Park.
Boston is an historic and attractive market which is dominated by the 14th century St Botolph’s Church whose 271ft high tower is a landmark for miles around. Other key attractions include the Customs House, Maud Foster Windmill, Pilgrim Father’s Memorial and Hussey Tower. Plus you’ll find the Frampton Shore & Freiston Shore Reserves.
Located 25 miles south of Lincoln, Grantham is an ancient and attractive red-brick town, with the 281ft high spire of St Wulfram’s Church one of it’s dominating features. Top attractions include Belton House, Grantham House, Belvoir Castle, Harlaxton Manor & Gardens, Market Cross, Wollsthorpe Manor and Grimsthorpe Castle & Guildhall Arts Centre.
Just 17 miles North of Skegness, Mablethorpe is a typical seaside town, with its beach stretching for miles & donkey rides available during the summer. The sand train is popular among those who prefer to take in the sea air whilst watching the scenery fly past. The Seal Sanctuary & Nature Reserve, and Dunes Family Entertainment Centre & Funfair are also popular attractions.
Richmond Holiday Centre in Skegness
A short video from the Richmond Holiday Centre in Skegness. Please note that our spacious, upgraded caravans are located on the Richmond Holiday Centre but we are not part of that company. We are a small independent caravan hire business based on that site.
Deposits and Payments
We found we can’t list prices on our web site as we would like because the market is very competitive and our competitors would undercut any price we list as happened last year, this in no way means we’re expensive, quite the opposite it’s just that our competitors are greedy and wish to corner the market offering a less comfortable caravan experience with fewer facilities. We hope you can understand our frustration in this matter.
|April 17th to 20th||Rock n Roll Festival – 3 nights|
|April 24th to 27th||60’s festival Weekend – 3 nights|
|May 15th to 18th||Country & Western – 3 nights|
|Sept 18th to 21st||Rock n Roll Festival – 3 nights|
|Sept 25th to 28th||Country & Western – 3 night|
|Oct 2nd to 5th||Decades Festival Weekend – 3 nights|
|Oct 30th to Nov 3rd||60’s festival Monster Bash W’end – 3 nights|
|April 16th to 19th||Rock n Roll Festival – 3 nights|
|April 23rd to 26th||60’s festival Weekend – 3 nights|
|May 14th to 17th||Country & Western – 3 nights|
|Sept 17th to 20th||Rock n Roll Festival – 3 nights|
|Sept 24th to 27th||Country & Western – 3 night|
|Oct 1st to 4th||Decades Festival Weekend – 3 nights|
|Oct 29th to Nov 1st||60’s festival Monster Bash W’end – 3 nights|
(Note that the highlighted 5 red numbers indicates the location of our caravans on the Holiday Park with this caravan circled)