Grange Park is an idyllic setting for families and friends to enjoy, with local amenities just a short distance away.
The park has up to 56 lodges on-site as well as five tennis courts, (with two covered, so winter play is also possible), a Par 70 18 Hole Golf Course, a Par 3 9 Hole Short course, and a driving range available for use.
It has established itself as the ultimate golfing experience with testing water hazards, manicured greens and lush, wide fairways. The well maintained and the drained course allows for almost year-round golf.
For those who are keen on fishing, the park has a well-stocked fishing lake which is a must for the keen fishing enthusiast.
About The Fairways at Grange Park
Grange Park can offer parking for up to two cars with the majority of their holiday lodges as well as plenty of visitor parking on site. For those that do not drive, the park is very well situated close to a local bus route to take visitors to the local town and areas. The park is family-friendly and also pet-friendly. The park will only allow two dogs per lodge.
The 19th Hole Bar & Restaurant is open daily and offer guests a wide selection of drinks, snacks, and meals, including a popular Sunday Lunch option. The bespoke Swedish inspired clubhouse is a firm favourite. Open to golfers and the public, the ambience is fun yet relaxing, the perfect end to a great game of golf.
Grange Park is also known for its excellent customer service. As a leisure park, it offers guests an on-site park manager who is available to assist and help when needed. The park community is strong and helpful, so visitors and regulars alike can enjoy seeing a friendly face.
The location of the park lends itself to not only the hustle-bustle of the local towns and villages but also to many nature trails, long walks and picturesque scenery. Make your way to The Blue Lagoon or Ashby Ville Nature Reserve. Breathtaking views and plenty of open space to walk and take in the fresh air.
Out and About - Scunthorpe
The local town of Scunthorpe is but a few miles away by car. Scunthorpe is the largest town in Lincolnshire. It is a mainly industrial town dominated by the steelmaking industry and is lovingly known as 'Industrial Garden Town'. Scunthorpe has a railway and bus station which offer regular services for residents of the town and visitors. The town is home to a great selection of restaurants and cafes which offer mouth-watering food and drinks. Here we include just a few places to visit and enjoy whilst visiting the town. We don't think you will be disappointed.
Messingham Zoo is a family-run zoo. Unlike many other zoos, smaller animals are more prevalent here and educating visitors on animal welfare forms a big part of what they deliver. Most of the animals are now displayed, but they are always adding to the collection. On your visit, you will encounter skunks, Arctic Fox, North American Racoons, to name a few. Some more recognisable characters such as Meerkats, Owls and Tortoise are also waiting to meet you.
North Lincolnshire Musem
This museum holds many exciting artefacts from fossils of sea creatures to Stone Age hand axes as well as more modern exhibits. The local history of the town is also part of the displays, offering a hands-on experience. Visitors have written positive reviews of the museum, both from an adult and child perspective. The museum is free to enter and look around and has many displays and activities for children.
Normanby Hall Country Park
Normanby Hall is an exquisite country park and mansion. The mansion offers its
visitors a rich history dating back to 1825. Why not enjoy experiences such as Go Ape, The Rural Life Museum, as well as stunning grounds and gardens. If you are partial to a game of golf, there is a golf course available for use. Normanby Hall has also become a popular wedding venue for couples.
The Pink Pig Farm
This wonderful working farm has enjoyed over 80,000 visitors per year and is still growing in popularity. Children can enjoy an inside and outside play area, farm shop, cafe and tractor rides. The farm regularly holds seasonal events for families, so it's always worth checking their website before you plan your trip.
Hall Farm Park
Hall Farm Park offers everyone a great day out. The park has many animals on-site as well as activities such as tractor rides, soft play and a heritage shed of past farm equipment. If it's raining, no problem, the park has an indoor soft play area along with a well-stocked cafe for exhausted adults to have a rest. Don't forget to take a lap on the Krazy Karting track; it's not just for the children!
Discover a market town that packs a punch. Gainsborough has roots and heritage that date back to the Anglo-Saxon times. There is something for every interest from arts, to history to shopping!
Gainsborough Old Hall
A perfectly preserved medieval manor house visited by no less than Henry V111 and Richard the Third. It is known as 'The hidden gem of Lincolnshire' and delights many visitors. Owned by English Heritage Gainsborough Old Hall is a large, late- medieval manor house built by the noble Burgh family around 1460. The house boasts an impressive Great Hall; the original medieval kitchen; East and West ranges with a myriad of rooms and also a haunted ghost corridor.
Gainsborough Heritage Centre
Recently celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Gainsborough Heritage Centre contains a raft of irreplaceable information on the towns vibrant history and past. The centre offers visitors a working research library, shop, tea room facilities, and permanent exhibitions including industrial exhibits, a street scene, post office, shops, house and yard as well as temporary exhibition space.
For leisurely people watching or a 'shop til you drop' day out, Marshalls Yard is the place to be. Visitors will find a selection of restaurants and cafes as well as all the high street brands. The building dates back to 1848, and its industrial heritage is still visible today. Marshalls Yard is a unique blend of modern brands meets independent shops, the perfect combination.
Fair Gardens Plant Centre
Plants, trees, garden furniture and a cafe, a trip to this garden centre will be lots of fun. This family-run business is located close by to Grange Park and offers green-fingered visitors a range of seasonal products.
We have featured some fantastic places to visit whilst staying at The Fairways at Grange Park. The opportunities are endless, on-site but also whilst exploring the broader surroundings. The views of the golf course along with the peaceful nature of the park, will ensure your stay will be delightful.