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What do a Domesday-dated village and a seaside spot nicknamed Skeggy have in common? Answer: they’re both within easy reach of a pitch at Old Leake Leisure Park, set in the rural Lincolnshire landscape for campers who want a peaceful location but who also do like to be beside the seaside.
Classic family resort Skegness is just a short drive away for sea-based shenanigans, with the quiet village of Old Leake a handy haven for quiet countryside walks once you can tear the kids away from the seaside. We’re not at all surprised that this friendly and spacious site has been called ‘a little gem’ by happy campers.
Camping and touring pitches are available with or without electric, there’s a secure car park on site and amenities are bang up to date with refurbished shower blocks with free hot showers, a washing up area and separate toilet blocks for the guys and the gals. The kids will be kept busy with the play area – in between pestering the parents for sweets from the on-site shop, that is.
Foodwise, the park shop sells local produce and there’s a farmers’ market nearby as well as a general shop in Old Leake village. The nearest pub, The Bricklayers Arms, is family-friendly and a ten minute walk down the lanes for real ale and top pub grub in front of the fire in colder months or in the beer garden under the sun.