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Best campsites for the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB

Here is our pick of the Alan Rogers Assessors, expert-recommended campsites for the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Occupying an area northeast of Lincoln and running broadly parallel with the coast, the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty features some of the most gorgeous countryside in the East Midlands. This is no sterile park; it’s a working landscape with plenty of habitats for protecting some of our most endangered species. Areas of woodland, unique grasslands and former chalk pits are all vital elements in this work.

Other features are the dramatic western scarp, the dry-sided valleys and the former sea cliff to the east, all of which evolved during the ice age some 150 million years ago and which today mean this AONB is the highest point in the east of England between Kent to the south and Yorkshire in the north.

Agriculture is by far the most important economic activity here, with 80% of the AONB used for arable use. Back in the 13th century, it was one of the most densely populated areas of England, but plague, land ownership and the rise of vast private sheep pastures took their toll. The AONB was designated in 1973 and covers some 550 square kilometres.

Top Lincolnshire Wolds AONB Camping Options

Ashby Park is a pleasant, well-run park located in 70 acres of former gravel pits that now provide seven attractive fishing lakes. There is a...

Alongside the Lindsey walking trail and surrounded by mature Forestry Commission woodland, this small, attractive touring park is very peaceful. The new owners, John and...

Caisor Lakes offers 28 hardstanding pitches, each with electrical hook-up facility. Each pitch has a double wide gravel area, perfect for parking your caravan or...

The Nurseries Caravan Park is a secluded, friendly site set in a beautiful semi-rural location at the end of a quiet lane surrounded by...