Woodhall Spa Club Site
Thursday, 29, Aug 2013 12:30
The rural setting of the Woodhall Spa Club Site in the Fenlands of Lincolnshire offers an idyllic and well sheltered site with access to beaches in Skegness and Chapel St Leonards as well as variety of cultural sites of interest. Originally a 19th century spa town, Woodhall Spa features a great array of cafes with the Cottage Museum recommended for anyone with an interest in local history. Meanwhile, the nearby Lincoln Castle, which holds one of only four surviving copies of the Magna Carta, and the Rand Farm make for ideal family days out.
Woodhall Spa is medium-sized site and has a mixture of 90 grass and hardstanding pitches on offer. The site boasts great facilities including on-site showers and toilets as well as laundry and dishwashing provisions. Wi-Fi connectivity and payphones are available along with gas cylinder refills. Pitches come with or without electricity, while families can take advantage of parent and child washrooms. Pets are welcome, with a designated dog walking area built into the site.
Open between April and October, fees start at £7.75 per adult and increase to £9.45 in high season. Children meanwhile pay between £2.70 and £2.95. Non-members will be charged a supplementary £7.10 pitch fee per night, while age concession rates and family deals are offered to Club members.