The Local Area
The area surrounding Bridge Farm Caravan Park has a wealth of activities and attractions. The Park is situated just 10 minutes (6 miles) north of the market town of Boston which hosts numerous shops, supermarkets, convenience stores, post offices, banks, public houses and restaurants. Boston also has a multiscreen cinema, theatre and bowling alley for evening entertainment.
The Park is within a 30 minute drive of the other market towns of Louth, Spilsby, Woodhall Spa, Alford and Horncastle. The historic city of Lincoln is also within easy reach where great shopping, pubs and restaurants can be found alongside the magnificent cathedral and ancient castle together with cinemas and theatres.
Keen shoppers will also enjoy visiting the Springfields Shopping Village near Spalding where there are over 55 outlet stores, gardens, children’s attractions alongside cafes and restaurants. This is a great place to grab a bargain on designing clothing and home-ware.
Being located so close to the East Coast, the Park benefits from being near to the coastal resorts of Skegness, Mablethorpe, Cleethorpes, Ingoldmells, Chapel-St-Leonards and Sutton-on-Sea where there are numerous golden sandy beaches to enjoy. The coastal resorts around Skegness also have pleasure parks, the Gibraltar Point nature reserve and the Natureland Seal Sanctuary.
Other family friendly attractions within the area include:
Stickney Farm Park, Hardy’s Animal Farm, Northcote Heavy Horse Centre, the Batemans Brewery Visitor Centre at Wainfleet, Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary, Louth Museum, Coast Light Railway, the Bubblecar Museum, Woodhall Spa’s Jubilee Park with it’s heated outdoor swimming pool, the Village Church Farm Museum at Skegness and Artlandish. There is also the nearby Parrot Sanctuary at Friskney and the Butterfly & Wildlife Park at Long Sutton.
Set in tranquil countryside surrounded by numerous quiet country lanes and public footpaths, the Park’s customers can explore the local countryside safely by foot or on leisurely bicycle rides. The farmland and waterways surrounding Bridge Farm Caravan Park is just the start for bird watching with an abundance of wildlife and birds. Keen bird watchers also have the RSPB Nature reserve at Hagnaby Lock just 3 miles away together with Frampton Marsh (8miles), Frieston Shore (5 Miles), Holbeach and Gibraltar point.
Aviation plays a large part in the local history in Lincolnshire. There are numerous attractions of interest including the Red Arrows based at Scampton, WWII Dambusters Squadron, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre at RAF Conningsby, the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, the Typhoon Euro Fighter, Newark Air Museum and the bombing ranges at Wainfleet and Holbeach. Special aviation events held throughout the year also include the International Air Show at Waddington, the East Kirkby Airshow and the Belton Spitfire Proms.
Fans of historical sites and heritage are in their element with attractions including the Sibsey Trader Windmill, Tattershall Castle, Belton House, Gunby Hall, Magdalen College Museum and Belvoir Castle just on the doorstep. Other well known heritage sites within driving distance include Burghley House at Stamford, Doddington Hall and Gardens at Lincoln, Belton House at Grantham, Rockingham Castle near Uppingham, Woolsthorpe Manor, The Old Workhouse near Newark and Grimsthorpe Castle near Bourne.