Lincolnshire is a popular county for holidays and short breaks. It is the nearest seaside area for visitors from the Midlands and the three largest resorts are Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe.
Skegness is arguably the best known of the resorts and in addition to the traditional seaside pier, it has other attractions such as the Natureland Seal Sanctuary, which are bound to appeal to children.
Mablethorpe has a stunning blue flag sandy beach that has a sand train (car with carriages) on it.
Cleethorpes also has lots of appeal for children with one feature being the Pleasure Island theme park.
Lincolnshire is not just for beach holidays. In land from the coast are the Lincolnshire Wolds, a combination of low hills and steep valleys on a bed of chalk and limestone which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Fens area of Lincolnshire also has lots of appeal as does the traditional market towns that are found in Lincolnshire, which include Boston, Gainsborough and Market Rasen.
The county town of Lincoln should also not be missed. The skyline of Lincoln is dominated by one of the finest and historic cathedrals in England and the city is a popular destination for visitors.
Lincolnshire has a good selection of Caravan Parks and Holiday Lodges parks. Click on the park name to view the details.