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To the seaside! Family-friendly The Chase Caravan Park is right in the heart of Lincolnshire seaside village Ingoldmells, in its Anchor Lane area and a mere stroll from the amusements, pubs, restaurants and entertainment of Vickers Point. Frazzled after a day on the one-armed bandits? Although it’s only 10 minutes away from the action, The Chase is a determinedly relaxed retreat and just the ticket for those who want a bit of quiet in between days on the sand.
From here it’s an easy drive to other Lincolnshire coast highlights like Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton-on-Sea; if you fancy leaving the car behind, The Chase is handily connected to local public transport with a bus stop right at the park entrance. Or stay local and take to the sands: sandy Ingoldmells South beach is 15 minutes’ walk away (and has had its water quality graded as ‘excellent’ since 2009).
Accommodation at The Chase is in smart statics – perfect to chase the kids back to after another day at Fantasy Island…
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
Leisure/theme park nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
- Coach stations
Ingoldmells Bus Station
— 0.6 miles
0.6 miles Skegness: Butlins South Car Park Coach Stop — 1.3 miles
1.3 miles Chapel St Leonards: Bus Station — 1.8 miles
- Train stations
Skegness Rail Station
— 3.9 miles
3.9 miles Havenhouse Rail Station — 6.5 miles
6.5 miles Wainfleet Rail Station — 7.9 miles
- Ferry ports
West Lynn Ferry Landing
— 30.7 miles
— 39.0 miles
We are located on Anchor Lane, just off the A52 Chapel Road (Skegness to Mablethorpe main road). From Skegness through Ingoldmells village, follow the A158 up to the main traffic lights. Turn right and follow the road for approximately a mile. The campsite is on your right.
Although The Chase Caravan Park is on the coast and close to all the main Lincolnshire resorts, it’s an easy drive to inland highlights like the Wolds, the city of Lincoln and sightseeing/shopping among Lincolnshire’s market towns. A few record breakers are on the doorstep in Ingoldmells: it has the biggest outdoor market in Europe (open seven days a week, as well as an indoor version for rainy days) and Fantasy Island has the longest looping coaster in Europe in the Millennium Roller Coaster as well as the world’s longest suspended rollercoaster – with Europe’s steepest drop – at Jubilee Odyssey. Coo. We can feel our stomachs dropping already.
The 220 stalls of the market are at Fantasy Island itself for picking up everything from designer sunglasses to tellies to games consoles, and if you’re a bargain hunter (raises hand) you’ll also find pickings at the regular car boot sales in the area at Skegness, St Leonards, Addlethorpe and Winthorpe, and at the Wolds towns for pottery (Alford), antiques (Horncastle) and farmers’ and weekly markets at Caistor and Market Rasen.
Clustered along the coast north and south of The Chase are heaps of other options for days out, including beachcombing, nature spotting, watersports and history and heritage days. Naturalists have the Donna Nook and Gibraltar Point nature reserves as well as indoor/rainy day outings like the Natureland Seal Sanctuary at Skegness – if this gets the kids hooting with excitement, use a sunny day to walk across the sand dunes to the Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre at Mablethorpe.
Both Mablethorpe and Skegness have excellent family-friendly beaches, many more amusements, and a few tales of the unexpected such as Skegness’s National Parrot Sanctuary and Mablethorpe’s Queens Park with boating lake and bowling green. Little critters can also have a laugh at Hardy’s Animal Farm over seven acres of countryside, where they can feed the animals, watch pigs being born and have a shire horse or tractor ride.
Inland, the Lincolnshire Wolds have more than enough to do for a few day trips: this is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with all the resultant walking trails such as the 147 miles of the Viking Way and the 130-mile Tennyson Trail, as well as history and heritage sites such as deserted medieval villages, Domesday mentioned market towns, ancient cathedrals and museums on topics from aviation at East Kirkby to fishing at Grimsby.
- Holkham Hall (25.8 miles)
- Sandringham (26.8 miles)
- Houghton Hall (28.9 miles)
- Gunby Hall (6.3 miles)
- Gunby Hall Estate: Monksthorpe Chapel (8.0 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.