Eastfields Touring Park
England, Heart of England, Lincolnshire, Skegness
- +44 1754 874499
- Start March - End October
Alan Rogers Review
Eastfields Touring Park situated within the quiet and peaceful surroundings of Chapel Point, only two hundred yards away from the sea and sandy beaches of the Lincolnshire coast. You will find this a tranquil place to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It has two conservation lakes, a fishing lake and acres of beautifully manicured grounds. The nearest pub is only five minutes’ walk away serving good local beer, bar snacks and restaurant meals.
New to Chapel Point is the North Sea Observatory, providing beautiful views over the coast, with a lovely cafe and observation deck. The site comprises of 50 hardstanding pitches for touring caravans and motor homes. All have electric hook-up points. Trailer tents are not accepted. There are also a number of privately owned mobile homes.
The site is located only three miles away from Ingoldmells and six miles away from Skegness, providing plenty of fun for the family with resorts such as Butlins and Fantasy Island. Alternatively travel inland and visit the lovely market towns of Louth, Spilsby, Alford and Horncastle. All of which have a variety of cafes, tea rooms, traditional shops and regular market days selling the very best local produce.
The heated toilet block has showers, washbasins and wc’s. Facilities for guests who are disabled, Laundrette. Dish washing area. Chemical toilet point. Baby change area. Dogs allowed. Fishing on site. Public house, Shop and Beach nearby.
From Skegness head north on the A52 Roman Bank all the way through Ingoldmells into Chapel St Leonards. Take the turning into Skegness Road, this is the next road after Trunch Lane and after the garden centre. Follow Skegness Road until you reach the junction at the bridge then turn left onto Sea Road, then immediately right onto St Leonards Drive. Continue straight on St Leonards Drive straight for one mile, then take the second left-hand turn past the Trafalgar pub and restaurant.
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