Lincolnshire’s best beaches
Lincolnshire has a strong reputation as a family holiday destination, due in no small part to its fantastic beaches, which helped it gain popularity for bucket and spade holidays.
With miles and miles of beaches to explore it’s no wonder the county is such a popular choice for families wanting a break by the sea. Many of Lincolnshire’s beaches are also pet friendly, so you and your pooch can enjoy long walks on the sand all year round!
Skegness is arguably one of the most well-known coastal resorts in the UK – and it’s just a few miles from our holiday park. But Lincolnshire’s coastline is about more than just Skegness. Here we take a closer look at some of the beaches you simply have to visit during a stay at our park…
- Anderby Creek: Around 20 minutes from our holiday park, Anderby Creek is a beautiful stretch of unspoilt sandy beach. A wonderful example of Lincolnshire’s less well-known natural coast, Anderby Creek is flanked by sand dunes and is all about getting back to nature.
- Skegness: Skegness is still one of the most popular coastal resorts in the UK! With its award-winning blue flag beaches and family attractions it’s easy to see why thousands of people flock here ever year… and keep coming back for more. A must visit…
- Ingoldmells: Only a short drive from our holiday park, Ingoldmells is north of Skegness and is a popular spot with tourists and locals. There’s long stretches of beach to the north and south which are ideal for bracing walks with the family.
- Chapel St Leonards: Stretching for about 4km, from Ingoldmells in the south to Chapel Six Marshes in the north, Chapel St Leonards boasts a beautiful beach that forms part of a stretch of sand that runs along the east coast between Skegness and Cleethorpes. A walk along the promenade on a summer’s evening is a must!
- Moggs Eye: Moggs Eye is a sheltered sandy beach surrounded by unspoilt countryside and sand dunes. It’s a good beach for swimming, surfing and fishing and has some great walks nearby. This dog friendly beach is popular for dog walkers as it is never too busy and is a perfectly safe environment away from the roadside with no restrictions in place.