Bridge Farm Caravan Park has a long standing history having been in the Fixter family for three generations. The Park was created in the early 1960s by Frank Walter Fixter together with his wife, Ivy who managed the Caravan Park whilst Frank farmed in and around the village of Northlands. The Park was originally founded for numerous visitors to the area from Yorkshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire who travelled to Lincolnshire to fish the Trader River which runs alongside the Park.
Frank and Ivy’s son, Anthony took over the farm and Park in 2001 with his wife, Margaret (nee Robinson). Anthony and Margaret undertook a re-development of the site in 2006 which enabled mains services to be laid across the site and also saw the creation of the fishing lake.
The Park is now managed by Anthony and Margaret’s two sons, Matthew and Mark Fixter. Matthew and Mark wish to keep Bridge Farm Caravan Park a small and friendly family run holiday park.