Our Park has Luxury and Leisure Lodges, (these have parking alongside for your convenience) Glamping Pods, and a Shepherds Hut for hire as well as Touring and Camping Pitches. We offer a variety of pitches with excellent views of the surrounding countryside.
The majority of the Touring and Camping Pitches are on level ground. We have a disabled toilet and shower within the toilet block.
If it would be helpful for you, we will try and reserve a pitch as near as possible to the toilet block if you let us have full details of your request when you make your reservation.
We take the safety of our customers very seriously and therefore there is a 6mph speed limit throughout the Park with clearly marked speed bumps in several locations. The speed bumps are gentle, and their presence makes the park safer for everyone.
The Park is generally on the flat and there is an accessible ramp to the Reception Area.
The local firm – Mark’s Transport Group, specialise in accessible transport (01522) 793816. Please advise them of your needs when contacting them. There are options for public transport, rail, taxi, and bus. All these services vary throughout the year please ask in reception for information on transport or phone Lincoln Visitor Information Centre (01522) 545458, National Rail Enquiries on 03457 48 49 50 or Traveline (Public Transport Info) on 0871 2002233.
The Park has a small shop which provides basic goods, and the nearby shop and supermarkets have a wider selection. All of the public buildings on the Park, including the Reception and Brewers Café and Bar are on one level and have wide enough doors for wheelchair access. Reception also has a disabled toilet facility.
Assistance dogs are welcome on the Park and there are ‘dog exercising’ area’s /walks on the park. We a have resident warden on park who is on duty throughout the week (From April – August). Reception is open from 9.00am until 5.00pm Monday to Friday. 10.00am to 4.00pm on Sundays. (Times may vary throughout the season). If you have hire enquiries for wheelchairs and other mobility vehicles The British Red Cross may be of assistance, and they can be contacted on 0845 3315000.
The Park has reasonably good coverage on most networks; if this is essential to you, please check the current signal strengths with Reception.
Our staff would be delighted to discuss your personal requirements with you. If you feel you need help at any time during your visit, please mention this to any of our staff who will be more than happy to offer assistance. In addition, we have a long-term plan to improve our accessibility and if you have any comments, please speak to a member of staff.