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Caravan parks and static caravan sites in Skegness, Lincolnshire

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Static caravans in Skegness: super seaside stays on a budget

Let’s hear it for Skeggy – a giant among British seaside resorts. Yep, it’s got all your classic beachy antics (your donkey rides, crazy golf, pier amusements and funfair rides) but it’s also got much, much more besides: golf courses, animal attractions, a theme park, nature walks…

And that’s before you’ve even strayed from the coast to explore what’s going on inland (hint: stately homes, more animal parks, antique shops, scenic strolls). It’s safe to say that you’re not likely to struggle for things to do around these parts, whatever kind of break you’re looking for.

All of which means that it’s a fine idea to settle in for as lengthy a stay as you can manage – and that’s where static caravan sites in Skegness come into their own. Cheaper than a hotel, more weather-proof than a tent, and reliably comfy, well-equipped and spacious: we reckon Skegness caravan parks are tiptop places to settle down for a few days.

Read on for the lowdown on getting set for a splendid Skegness static caravan stay…

What to expect from a Skegness static caravan break

One of the fabbest of the fab things about a Skegness static caravan stay is the amount of stuff that’s usually thrown in. You’ll want to check your chosen listing carefully for exact details of what’s included but in general you can expect all the essentials to be sorted, from bedding to kitchen kit (such a handy thing to have at your disposal, whether you’re catering for nippers or just brewing up a morning cuppa to sip out on your deck).

The next thing is the generous amount of space you’ll have within your temporary home: how excellent it is to have some grownup space for evening chillouts while the tiddlers sleep, or an outdoor deck where you can sip your coffee or tipple of choice while they safely scamper about on the grass. (Just travelling as a couple? Get creative with that extra bedroom – walk-in wardrobe, anyone?)

And what of the wider park facilities? It has to be said that Skegness caravan parks tend to be aware that they’re catering for a choosy clientele, and therefore put stacks of effort into keeping their grounds well tended and comfy for their guests. 

What you pick for park facilities is up to you. You might be happy enough with just a peaceful place and some pretty gardens (and perhaps a pub nearby) – and there are certainly options for that. Maybe you’re in the market for somewhere you can skip off down to the pond for some fishing whenever you fancy? Or (especially if you’re bringing energetic small sorts) maybe you’d like to up your holiday game with access to a play area, a swimming pool or a bit of on-site entertainment to jazz up your evenings.

Can you bring a canine companion? Sure you can: just check the listings for dog-friendly Skegness static caravans, then get set for some grand beach days with your best pal.

Top activities for Skegness caravan park stays

To the beach! (Obviously…) It’s a cracker of a beach, this one – a proper sandcastle-building, donkey-riding, chip-munching, pier-pottering kind of place. Once you’ve done a bit of time on the sand, check out a different aspect of the coast down at the Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve, where flocks of birds and other wildlife hang out among the dunes and marshes.

More of the animal antics? A trip to Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a must for all ages, and you may like to chuck in a visit to Skegness Aquarium while you’re there. If you’re more in the mood for a proper adrenaline boost, aim a little further north to Ingoldmells and the rides and rollercoasters of Fantasy Island theme park (there’s plenty of more low-key stuff up here too if you’ve smaller kids).

If you’re up for an altogether more relaxing time, turn attentions inland to browse Louth’s antique shops, admire Gunby Hall’s gardens and elegant interiors or take walks around the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (it’s mercifully flat around these parts, so it’s a winning option even for the occasional stroller…) 

Have golf clubs, will travel? You can certainly give them a good workout around here: there are several top-notch courses to pick from – although you’ll likely have to concentrate a bit harder than usual with all the sea views to distract you…

Like the idea of Skeggy but looking for something a bit different? Check out all our options for Skegness campsites and holiday parks here.