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- Exceptionally-maintained site in Lincolnshire
- Spotless facilities including eco-friendly shower and toilet
- Generously-sized pitches, coffee house and shop
Start as you mean to go on, sensibly thought owners Phil and Jane when building Wold’s View Touring Park in 2013 on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, with the aim of developing a site using the most up to date facilities to tempt guests back for years.
They think they can declare their vision a success: ‘first class’, ‘the best we’ve stopped on’, ‘faultless’ and ‘the best site we have found in 10 years’ are among the homages heaped upon their heads by grateful guests for Wold’s View’s customer service, spotless facilities and added little touches.
Everything on the four-acre site is brand spanking new: an eco-friendly shower and loo block with good-sized cubicles, underfloor heating, plenty of free hot water, basin, hand dryers and air source heat pump. The site's four water points all have heating elements so guests can pitch up all year round without frozen tap woes.
Barnets and beards can be kept brand spankingly smart with the addition of hairdryers and shaver points, and clothes with a coin-operated commercial washer dryer in the on-site launderette. Dishwashing facilities are in the laundry area and there’s an additional guests’ room with underfloor heating, a small rentable fridge freezer and boot racks.
For eats, the comfy coffee house serves breakfast, hot drinks, ice cream and homemade cakes, and the small shop at the reception sells camping essentials, Calor gas, fresh eggs, cold drinks and local Roe Farm ice cream. To keep in touch with those back home, wifi is free around the amenities building and can be accessed for a charge on site: passwords and full instructions will be given upon arrival
Caistor is 15 minutes’ walk away with a Spar, Co-op, several local takeaways including fish and chips, Italian, Chinese and Indian, the Settlement restaurant and meals served in the Heritage Centre and White Hart pub.
Wold’s View Touring Park welcomes up to two well-behaved dogs per pitch if kept on leads and a small exercise area is available on site for pooches to stretch their legs.
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Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
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Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Gas cylinders available
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Motorhome service point
Tourer storage facilities
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
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Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
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Jumbo tent pitches
Medium (26-50 pitches)
- Coach stations
Humberside International Airport: Coach Stop
— 5.6 miles
5.6 miles New Waltham (NE Lincs): Station Road Coach Stop — 10.7 miles
10.7 miles Holton le Clay: Louth Rd Coach Stop — 10.7 miles
- Train stations
Barnetby Rail Station
— 6.0 miles
6.0 miles Habrough Rail Station — 7.4 miles
7.4 miles Brigg Rail Station — 7.4 miles
- Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal
— 16.7 miles
— 5.5 miles
5.5 miles Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport — 28.3 miles
28.3 miles Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport — 28.4 miles
We are 20 minutes' drive from the M180 (take the Humber Bridge exit) or 10 minutes from the A46. We are a mile from Caistor town: look for the flagpoles at the entrance to the park.
Phil and Jane didn’t build the location of Wold’s View Touring Park, but that's probably had something to do with the customer accolades too – right by the Lincolnshire Wolds, on the edge of Caistor and within 25 minutes’ drive of Cleethorpes, Louth and Lincoln.
There’s much to be had in the immediate area if you’re sticking close to site, like fishing available right next door or lessons at the Caistor Equestrian Centre within a mile. Wandering the Lincolnshire Wolds from Wold’s View is a piece of cake too (bring some cake from the campsite coffee kitchen): either traipse forth from camp without much of a plan/route or follow the Viking Way crossing through Caistor on its 147-mile journey from the Humber Bridge in north Lincolnshire to Oakham in Rutland.
The four-mile circular walk from Caistor to Nettleton is an easy amble, but if you’re saying pffft to that, try the Caistor Challenge covering 25 miles of Wolds countryside past eight villages and churches.
Pffft to walking, you’re feeling driven? Get the bus from Caistor to Lincoln, Louth, Cleethorpes, Grimsby and Brigg, or take to the car for a ten-minute drive to Market Rasen (racecourse!), Brigg (massive garden centre!) or the Three Sisters Vineyard (wine tours!) at Claxby.
Lovely Louth, the Wolds’s capital, is worth at least an afternoon to nosy around its specialist grocers, independent shops and award-winning The Cheese Shop – and even more lovely Lincoln 25 minutes away worth a full day to see its cathedral, castle and Medieval Bishop's Palace.
Also within reach are the 3000 sea critters of The Deep aquarium at Hull, Humber Bridge and its visitor centre at Hessle, the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway at Ludborough and the Lincolnshire Aviation Centre at East Kirkby.
Visit Grimsby, 15 minutes away, for the six-sailed Waltham Windmill and the award-winning Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre at Alexandra Dock, where the curious can tour the museum of the Ross Tiger trawler.
- Far Ings National Nature Reserve (14.4 miles)
- The Deep (16.2 miles)
- Ferens Art Gallery (16.5 miles)
- Maister House (16.5 miles)
- Tattershall Castle (28.4 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
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When can I check in and check out of Wold's View Touring Park?
Camping and touring Arrive: 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. Depart by: 12 p.m.