Hardys Caravan Park near Skegness is linked to Hardys Animal Farm and is a beautiful holiday park for families. This campsite is situated on Sea Lane, just 100 yards away from the popular Fantasy Island attraction and the nearby markets that are hugely popular in the town. The park welcomes families with touring caravans and motorhomes, while there is also a collection of permanent static caravans for sale situated at the site, depending in availability. Buying a holiday caravan at Hardys Caravan Park could be the ideal solution for families looking for a permanent holiday home at the seaside in a popular resort town.All of the permanent statics have electricity hook ups as standard, and all are capable of being fitted with a high-speed broadband connection. The touring and motorhome pitches at the site all offer electric hook up, too, while additional facilities found at the park for guests to use during their stay include toilet and shower blocks, and a laundrette. Seasonal pitches are available for those looking to return or enjoy an extended stay through the summer months.Although Hardys Caravan Park itself is a very quiet campsite, it is within easy reach of all the exciting holiday activities in Skegness, so you'll always find things to do, both during the day and into the evening.Visit Fantasy Island for a perfect family day out, whether you are looking for entertainment indoors or out. Take a drive into the village of Ingoldmells to visit Hardy’s Animal Farm, which is owned by the group that manages the park. This family tourist attraction offers you a chance to enjoy a wonderful day out simply walking around and seeing a fully functioning farm at work. There is even the opportunity to get involved and help with looking after the animals, always popular among children.There is also a Butlin’s holiday resort near here, that offers day passes for families who would like to spend a day there, enjoying an amazing water world centre and various other family activities and entertainments.Skegness is also a wonderful town to simply walk around and experience at leisure. There are some fantastic shops to be found around the place along with numerous amusement arcades, cafés, public houses and restaurants. Skegness beach is also clean and safe for paddling, swimming, and other seaside activities. Even if you don’t want to go onto the sand itself, you can still enjoy a walk on Skegness’s majestic promenade, one of the longest in the UK, which offers something for everyone.Further afield, the Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve is another great place for a day out. Just south of Skegness, it is very popular with people who love spotting wildlife as well as bird watchers. The nature reserve consists of dramatic looking sand dunes and salt marches and this rare habitat is an area of specific scientific interest, stretching along the east coast. During your holidays near Skegness, you can also take a short drive inland to the Lincolnshire Wolds, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is a great place to go to enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding, and a variety of other lively activities and pursuits. After that you might fancy a more restful day of sightseeing and shopping in Lincolnshire’s towns and cities. Visit Lincoln, with its magnificent cathedral, old tea rooms, river and ruined castle. See Woodhall Spa, with its Kinema in the Woods, tiny shops and world-class golf. Or visit Boston, with its Bubblecar Museum full of 195-s and 1960s miniature cars and scooters and memorabilia, see the beautifully restored Boston Guildhall, which dates back to the 14th Century, and pop in for coffee at the Maud Foster Mill, a working windmill.There's certainly plenty to do on holiday in Lincolnshire, so if you'd like tent, motorhome, or caravan holidays near Fantasy Island, put Hardys Caravan Site on your list of good campsites near Skegness.
Hardys Caravan Park