Five reasons to buy a static caravan in Lincolnshire
Nestled within the East Midlands, Lincolnshire is a diverse county that offers so much as a holiday home destination. With huge stretches of coastline, traditional seaside towns, quaint villages, and a cathedral city all within its expanse, it’s a place families love to return to again and again.
A holiday home here is an attractive option with some of our most varied holiday parks set within this region. Our caravans for sale in Lincolnshire bring you closer to the county’s 50 miles of coastline and offer a convenient base from which to explore this beautiful region.
Here are five more reasons to buy a static caravan in Lincolnshire:
1. A serene place to set up a second home
Lincolnshire is home to three fantastic Haven holiday parks. Skegness, Golden Sands and Cleethorpes Beach each offering proximity to cherished seaside towns, so you can spend your days exploring Skegness, Mablethorpe and Cleethorpes and their many charms. Each park strikes the ideal balance of being conveniently located to access each town, but while maintaining a quiet setting.
Whichever park you choose, you’ll be within reach of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the city of Lincoln, which boasts a historic Cathedral and Castle, which is home to a copy of the Magna Carta.
2. A place with easy-to-reach amenities
When you’re selecting somewhere to spend so much of your time, knowing what necessities are on-hand is equally important. Each of our Lincolnshire sites is only a short drive from the many amenities of the town.
Here’s what to expect:
On park mini markets
Tesco Extra, Cleethorpes
Sainsbury’s Local, Cleethorpes
Tesco Superstore, Mablethorpe
Tesco Superstore, Skegness
Skegness Swimming Pool & Fitness Suite
Cleethorpes Leisure Centre
Meridian Leisure Centre, Louth
Great for shopping
Lincoln Town Centre
Skegness Train Station – direct trains to Nottingham; connections to several cities
Cleethorpes Train Station – direct trains to Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield and Leicester
3. A home to several Blue Flag beaches
The central beaches in Skegness and Mablethorpe are Blue Flag-awarded and are set close to promenades filled with everything you could need during a family day out. Another Blue Flag winner, Sutton on Sea beach, is set in a quieter village if you want to escape the hustle and bustle. And there are scores of feature beaches to explore in the area, too. Cleethorpes offers miles of golden sands, access to water sports like kayaking and paddleboarding, and its pier is even said to be home to the world's largest fish and chip shop! It’s safe to say that if you like to feel the sand between your toes, you won’t be short of choice when you buy a caravan in Lincolnshire.
4. A place filled with wide open spaces to explore
A primarily rural county, Lincolnshire is at the heart of the farming community, meaning you can also expect an array of locally created produce on-hand here, too (hello Lincolnshire sausages and plum loaf). The second-largest county in the UK, it’s home to the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the 62,000 hectare The Wash – a wetland that’s home to several wildfowl and water birds.
Also worth exploring are the beautiful historic sites for Belvoir Castle and Burghley House, or you can just explore the many parks and dog-friendly pubs available in Lincolnshire with your four-legged friends.
5. A place with lots to see and do!
Whether you’re just looking for somewhere new to discover, or have the kids and grandkids visiting, the region has masses of attractions just waiting to be explored.
ARK Wildlife and Dinosaur Park in Stickney near Peterborough has interactive dinosaurs, indoor and outdoor play areas, plus all the wonderful animals you’d expect to see, from macaques and meerkats to sheep and skunks. The North Sea Observatory in Chapel St Leonards offers a prime spot for birdwatching, and hosts several exhibitions throughout the year. Or you can enjoy a day out, and perhaps even a flutter, at Market Rasen Racecourse.
And you must make time to explore the region’s rich aviation links at numerous attractions, including the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln and Newark Air Museum.