Frequently Asked Questions
Are you open all year?
Do we need to book and how far in advance?
Advance booking is essential for weekends & during all the peak periods, at all other times we recommend that you phone to check availability. We use a modern computerised booking system and pitches are allocated at the time of booking. Specific pitches can not be requested or guaranteed, we reserve the right to move pitches, however we will always try to allocate the pitch of your choice or as close to it as possible.
Is there electric hook up on all pitches?
Yes: all our pitches have 16 AMP hook up facilities.
Has the site got Wi-Fi internet access?
Yes we have now installed Wi-Fi.
Is Wi-Fi free on site?
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Are dogs accepted on the site?
Yes, they are, despite the fact that we do not have a dog walk on site. We therefore request that all dogs are kept on a lead at all times. All dogs must be taken off site to be exercised.
Does the site have disabled facilities?
Yes, we have a disabled raised toilet and shower room incorporating a lowered wash hand basin and hair dryer, access is limited by means of a separate key that is only available by request.
Are you close to the beach?
Yes, we are, we have our own access gate directly onto the seafront promenade, see the site plan.
Is there a shop on site?
No, however there is a supermarket at the bottom of Winthorpe Avenue (approx 200 yards) which carries a good general selection of everyday items. Incorporated within the store is a post office counter, newsagent, lottery terminal and off licence.
Do you have a clubhouse or any entertainment on site?
No. We are ideally situated, with several pubs offering entertainment & bar meals etc, cafes, fish and chip shops and amusements all within easy walking distance.
Do you accept tents?
Sorry, we no longer accept tents.
Do you hire out any caravans?
No, all the static caravans are privately owned and are not for hire. We do not hire any touring vans or motor vans
Can you walk or cycle to Skegness or Ingoldmells?
Along the sea front promenade it is possible to walk or cycle towards Ingoldmells for miles visiting places like Chapel St. Leonards on the way. Unfortunately towards Skegness the promenade is interrupted at the Golf Course, however you can walk all the way through to Skegness Town Centre.
Is there a regular bus service to Skegness or Ingoldmells?
Several buses run regularly from the bottom of Winthorpe Avenue for Skegness town centre and to Ingoldmells & Chapel st Leonards. In the season they run at approximately ten minute intervals.
Is there a laundrette?
Do you stock Calor Gas?
Yes, this is available from the Site office during office hours.
How do we find you?
Can I make an enquiry?