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Book a berth and retreat to Towervans Caravan Park to be only ten minutes from an award-winning beach and the seaside fun of Mablethorpe, or stay static on site to try your luck at the well-stocked fishing lake in the centre of the park: whichever you pick, we think you’ll have a towering good time at this static caravan site on Lincolnshire’s east coast.
Angling widow (or husband)? Lounge around the on-site Tower Tavern pub while the other half is off talking to the fish: the pub serves meals at decent prices as well as a carvery on Sunday lunchtimes (we sternly say that being on a seaside holiday doesn’t mean you should forgo your Sunday roast).
The tavern also has entertainment most weekends throughout the season including charity nights, karaoke and bingo – just tell your other half by then it’ll be too dark to fish…
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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
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Small (11-25 pitches)
- Coach stations
Mablethorpe Coach Station — 0.4 miles
0.4 miles Sutton on Sea: Broadway Coach Stop — 1.8 miles
1.8 miles Huttoft (Lincs): Parish Hall Coach Stop — 4.8 miles
- Train stations
Skegness Rail Station — 13.5 miles
13.5 miles Thorpe Culvert Rail Station — 14.8 miles
14.8 miles Havenhouse Rail Station — 15.2 miles
- Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal — 35.9 miles
Humberside Airport — 30.5 miles
Upon entering Mablethorpe on the high street (A1104), turn left onto Seaholme Road at the Co-operative supermarket. Drive to the end of Seacroft Road and turn left again onto Seaholme Road. Towervans is the first caravan park on your left-hand side.
Beaches, birds, market towns and seaside villages: most of the highlights of the Lincolnshire coast are within easy driving distance of your Towervans base. Head to Louth and Alford for acclaimed farmers’ markets; Louth was named Britain's favourite market town by Countryfile magazine in 2012, and Alford is famous for its craft market twice a week in summer (pick up some pieces in Alford Pottery if you’re in town in other seasons.)
Europe’s biggest seven-day market is at nearby Ingoldmells 30 minutes away, where you’ll find the theme park Fantasy Island too; if your money’s still burning a hole in your pocket the car boot sales of Chapel St Leonards are also within half an hour’s drive. You’ll reach famed Skegness within 40 minutes and Cleethorpes, Grimsby and Boston within 50 – a day in each town around these parts should be had, we think…Sutton-on-Sea is within ten minutes’ drive of Towervans and has a boating lake and seafront paddling pool; like Mablethorpe, the beach here is Blue Flag accredited.
But first up, a day at Mablethorpe to whet your appetite. There are plenty of the usual seaside entertainments here such as crazy golf and a funfair, but there’s also a sand train along the beach, regular events like the Bathing Beauties festival, racing to watch in winter and a dunes skatepark for deft teenagers and less than wise but competitive dads.
Walk through the Mablethorpe dunes for the seal sanctuary: resident and healing seals live here as well as other Lincolnshire locals such as foxes, barn owls, badgers and kestrels, and two tunnels to walk through time back to the dinosaurs. Another seal sanctuary is at Natureland in Skegness, or to see seals in the wild, the Donna Nook nature reserve has a grey seal colony.
Nature nurturers also have the Gibraltar Point nature reserve to see vast amounts of seabirds or the five-mile marsh and dune stretch of the Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe reserve, with an easy access walk here suitable for the less mobile. Make for the Lincolnshire Wolds to the north for the Red Hills Nature Reserve to spot snakes, lizards and butterflies as well as less mucky pastimes such as a trip on the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway or to the seventeenth century Stockwith Mill.
Thrilled by mills? There’s a myriad in the area: a five-sailed sort at Alford; a watermill (and hundreds of birds) at Claythorpe and seven floors to explore at Maud Foster Mill in Boston.
- Gunby Hall (11.1 miles)
- Gunby Hall Estate: Monksthorpe Chapel (12.6 miles)
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