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General

  • Family-run woodland and grassland site
  • Immaculately-maintained amenities including launderette
  • Within half an hour's drive of Lincoln

When Pitchup peeps peruse pitches, they look for sites using a range of essential provisos to tick off: location, type of accommodation and nearness to the local pub are but a few factors all sensibly considered before a booking is made.

But the state of toilets and showers at a site is more important than non-campers might imagine, and can swiftly flip an all right break into one with frustration levels on a par with the film Nuts in May. If decent ablutions are among your ticking off points for a site, peaceful Grace Park in lovely lovely Lincolnshire should leave you feeling flushed.

The Grace Park team take pride in all the factors of their three and a half acre family-run woodland and grassland site, but particularly in the essentials, which they strive to maintain at a level you’d expect at home (assuming you’re a domesticated type of course).

The newly decorated facilities block is centrally heated with non-slip tiled floors in the separate ladies’ and gents’ showers and toilets, and includes a room with helpers’ rails and wide doors for disabled access. Another billy bonus – showers are free and not on a timer for lathering up as long as is liked.

As you’ll probably care just a tad about location too: Grace Park is placed in countryside with scenic walks all around, near to the wanders, mountain biking and wildlife watching of Laughton Forest.

It’s an easy distance from most of Lincolnshire’s top attractions, including the Lincolnshire Wolds to the east and the city of Lincoln within half an hour’s drive. The village of Blyton, home of the very Enid Blyton-sounding ice cream, is a mile from the park; a village shop and a pub (also something to care about on holiday) are both within walking distance.


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9.6

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98% would recommend this site to a friend.

96% would stay here again.

 

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Will visit the site again 20/05/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom mary m. Mobile phone icon Confirmed

  • Electric hardstanding touring pitch
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    It is a lovely site, nice young family own the site and were very helpful. Nice tidy clean all you need to have a lovely relaxing time away... Not far from where we live but nice to get away to a place where there is everything you need for your stay.. Mr&Mrs McGregor

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    Nothing to dislike

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Great site very clean facilities, very welcoming owners, 15/05/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom Anonymous Mobile phone icon Confirmed

  • Electric hardstanding touring pitch
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    It was our first visit to Grace Park (the Wife, the dog, and myself), we found it to be a nice compact site. Very tidy, excellent facilities block which was very clean, as was the whole site. The site is obviously work in progress as it is plain to see that there are expansion plans for the future, the site sign advertises the site for MHs, caravans, tents, and as a location for static’s it also appeared to do caravan storage. The mentioning of the expansion plans should not discourage people from going to this site, I mention it as it shows the owners have real ambitions for the site in the future the site as it stands is fully functioning. There is a lot of ground within the boundary of the site which it is obvious is to expand the site in the future, but does not distract from the site itself. You will need packing blocks on some pitches to level the caravan we certainly did, but other pitches Didn’t seem to need them. The pitch we were on was one of many hard standing pitches with EHU, The owners were very friendly and welcoming on our arrival, the electric security gate and entrance were very nicely constructed, and the main road verges on approaching the site we’re cut and tidy. Giving a really good impression of the site as we arrived. The road ways on site were constructed with gravel, We were looking for somewhere to get away for the May Day bank holiday and stayed for 3 nights, we found this site by accident on the internet. It was reasonably priced and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will be going back again hopefully this year. There were a fair few others on the site while we were there but the site was still nice and peaceful they, there was a children’s play area. The Black Horse pub in Blyton village was dog friendly and served very nice food, well worth a visit. There is also a cafe and ice cream parlour in the village which was very nice as well. All-in-all we were very pleased we stayed at this lovely friendly site, thanks to the owners for a lovely stay. If like us, you “recce” your sites on the internet don’t be put off by the satellite images as these are not a fair representation of the site as it is at present we were very pleasantly surprised.

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    Leaving to come home, would have liked to stay longer.

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Lovely friendly site , very clean and well kept. The ... 15/05/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom Margaret J. Confirmed

  • Electric hardstanding touring pitch
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    Lovely friendly site , very clean and well kept. The young man that met us at reception was very helpful recommending the local pub the Black Horse Inn for evening meal which was excellent. Thank you for enjoyable stay.

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A great site! Well organised grounds, clear check in procedure ... 09/05/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom James D. Confirmed

  • Non-electric grass tent or trailer tent pitch
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    A great site! Well organised grounds, clear check in procedure and clean facilities.

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Excellent site, very clean, friendly and welcoming. 07/05/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom Sean L. Confirmed

  • Electric hardstanding touring pitch
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    The site is exceptionally well maintained, the whole site was immaculate. We stayed on a Hard standing pitch, with ample space and closely sited electric hook up. The ground with level and well draining. The shower/toilet block was located very close to the van, very clean and checked regularly throughout our stay.

    On arrival the owners where very welcoming and informative, discussing not only the site layout and rules, but advising on the local amenities. The site is run by a lovely couple and very keen to please. They where visible thought out most of our stay, cleaning, pruning and checking.

    The site hosts a number a seasonal caravans, always a good site for me, as if folk want to stay here all year it must be good.

    The site is in the wilderness, very quiet and rather tranquil. It is not overly big, with may be 20 place at most. The perimeter fence surrounds an small field, so I suspect future expansion plans may be in mind.

    A short walk will get you into Blyton Village, there is a Dog Friendly pub, that do a cracking Sunday Lunch, an Ice Cream Parlour, Chinese Takeaway and a local shop, every thing you will needs. a short drive north will take you to Scotter, if you fancy a "chippy"

    So would I stay again? Absolutely

    Disliked: 

    My wife would say the shower block could have been warm, I didn't mind it so 50/50

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Greeted by owner who was friendly. Choice of pitches. 29/04/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom Ian S. Mobile phone icon Confirmed

  • Electric hardstanding touring pitch
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    Pitch size. Cleanliness. Friendly.

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Excellent value for money, lovely site. 27/04/2019

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    Lovely peaceful site, friendly helpful owners who are rightfully very proud of all the hard work they do.
    Facilities very clean and the site is well kept with level, well spaced and decent sized pitches.
    It was quiet when we stayed but I would expect that if the site was full then 2 toilets and showers (each for male & female) plus only 1 washing up sink might get quite busy.
    (Please note that the disabled facility is a toilet only and not a wet room shower often found on sites now) However the showers do have plenty of room, enough for me & my daughter to share and are mixers without a timed push button.
    Plenty of shops, takeaways, pubs and places to visit in the area. We particulary enjoyed a visit to Blyton Ice Cream parlour.
    There is some local traffic noise and on a clear day we could hear some racing from Blyton track but it didn't bother us and the beautiful views and stunning sunsets far outweigh any background noise.
    We'll be returning again soon I'm sure.

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    Nothing really but if I was being picky then I'd say the showers were only warm rather than hot.

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Excellent site would use again 27/04/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom Andrew B. Confirmed

  • Electric hardstanding touring pitch
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    Very clean and tidy with good facilities.

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Lovely site. Very clean facilities and great staff 23/04/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom John P. Confirmed

  • Non-electric grass touring pitch
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    Enjoyed everything about this site! The location was good for access to a number of places of interest, the site itself was immaculate, the shower block was pristine and we loved the fact that the owners walked round checking that everything was okay for everyone finding time for all. Will definitely be back :))

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    Only one small niggle about the electric hook up but we understand that this is a work in progress.

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Great site which gives a family feel 22/04/2019

Reviewer's country: United Kingdom Allan M. Mobile phone icon Confirmed

  • Electric hardstanding touring pitch
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    It all started with the very warm welcome from the owner's and it only got better. The site is a very modern and clean site, the shower block is a new building and has a laundry room which is reasonably priced and has disabled facilities. There is a small play area for children and plenty of grassed areas for everybody to use. The pitches are of a good size and well spaced, some with hard standing. The owners are doing a great job with a site that previously was not up to much. This site which is well situated on the edge of a small village, that has a couple of shops and pubs and a recommended ice cream parlour.There are plenty of walks in the area to take a nice stroll. Other tourist attractions are within easy reach.
    This site is so highly recommended by us after just 1 visit with great thanks to the owner's who could not do enough for us and the other site users, they even bothered to come and visit us for a chat and spend a few valuable minutes. This means so much when on some other sites we have been to the staff never seemed to leave their office.
    If you get chance give this site a visit, it's like a breath of fresh air.

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    Found nothing to dislike

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Utilities

Charging facilities

Chemical disposal

Gas cylinders available

Recycling available

Renewable energy

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Rules

Barbecues allowed

Campfires allowed

Commercial vehicles allowed

Dogs allowed

Dogs allowed all year

Themes

Forest

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Spectacular scenery

Walkers' paradise

Nearby leisure

Cycling nearby

Fishing nearby

Golf nearby

Horse riding nearby

Mountain biking nearby

Restaurant nearby

Groups welcome

Family friendly

Motorcycle friendly

Rallies welcome

Single-sex groups welcome

Student groups welcome

Nearby amenities

Bar nearby

Nearby farmers' market

Public transport nearby

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Type

Small (11-25 pitches)

Location

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  • Laughton Road, Blyton, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England, DN21 3LQ
  • Timezone Europe/London BST (GMT+01:00)   GPS 53.4533°N 0.7096°W

Nearest transport

Coach stations
Scunthorpe Bus Station — 9.9 miles
Robin Hood Airport: Coach Stop — 12.6 miles
Retford Bus Station — 13.2 miles
Train stations
Gainsborough Central Rail Station — 4.5 miles
Kirton Lindsey Rail Station — 5.2 miles
Gainsborough Lea Road Rail Station — 5.2 miles
Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal — 26.9 miles
Airports
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport — 12.6 miles
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport — 12.6 miles
Humberside Airport — 17.4 miles

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Please note: All distances on this page are calculated "as the crow flies" - please check actual distance depending on your mode of travel using the Get directions button above.

Local attractions

Grace Park is in an adroit Lincolnshire location to go forth and take advantage of all the area has to offer, whether you prefer refined rambles around the surrounding countryside or the Lincolnshire Wolds, or ringing the tills shopping on a city day trip. Either way, Blyton ice cream should be consumed.

Possibly not very Enid Blyton, but certainly very wizard, is roaring around at the nearby Blyton Park Racing Circuit at the converted Old Blyton Airfield on Kirton Road, where boy and girl racers should speed along to see a motorsports day, and/or hire and drive karts around a 600 metre track. (Lincolnshire is prime biking country too if you have your own motorbike, but we don’t recommend doing this at the circuit.)

Under your own steam, pedal or parade among the conifer and silver birch trees of Laughton Forest or Water’s Edge Country Park, a wildlife watching place with many species including rare plants and birds among its two Sites of Special Scientific Interest, woodland and ten ponds; look out for kingfishers in winter.

Normanby Hall Country Park at Scunthorpe has 300 acres of grounds including woodland, a deer park, fishing lake and Victorian walled garden (we very much like the look of the peach case); also worth a look is Doddington Hall and Gardens and the nature trail through the wild garden.

The city of Lincoln is very much worth a look (we insist) and not light on historical buildings and monuments like Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle, with new Magna Carta home and visitor centre in 2015.

Also while in town, mull over the story of the region at The Museum of Lincolnshire Life on the edge of the Cathedral Quarter shopping area five minutes’ walk from the castle and cathedral. The Collection, Lincoln’s award-winning art and archaeology museum and county’s main art museum, is at Danes Terrace.

To Lincoln’s south-east, flight fans should aim for a guided hangar tour at the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre at Coningsby.

Must see

  • Lincoln Castle (16.7 miles)
  • Lincoln Cathedral (16.7 miles)
  • Lincoln Medieval Bishops' Palace (16.8 miles)

National Trust

  • Mr Straw's House (19.2 miles)
  • Clumber Park (19.5 miles)

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Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.

Please note: All distances on this page are calculated "as the crow flies" - please check actual distance depending on your mode of travel.

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Permitted arrival/departure time

Camping and touring
Arrive:  12 p.m. –  7 p.m.
Depart:  12 p.m.

Grace Park cancellation policy

No refunds within 1 week of arrival date.

If you need to cancel or amend your booking, please give as much notice as possible so that someone else has the chance to book. You may wish to buy holiday insurance for cancellations and for your property/injury whilst away.

Please note that your deposit is paid to Pitchup.com and is non-refundable.

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A 15% non-refundable deposit is payable now. Grace Park will debit the balance from your card 6 weeks before arrival, or if the arrival date is sooner than 6 weeks then the balance will be taken immediately.

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