Willow Holt is a pleasant park with plenty of potential. It will appeal, in particular, to those who would like a quiet location from which to explore this interesting corner of Lincolnshire with its RAF associations. It covers some 25 acres of woodland and former gravel pits, with the camping areas on flat land alongside the large lake. There are 60 pitches occupied on a seasonal basis and a further 60 are available for touring units. All have 10A electricity and water taps close by. An area without electricity is available for tents.
There are 20 mobile homes along the lakeside, most are privately owned, but three are available to rent. The young owners are working to improve the facilities; the roads have been resurfaced with gravel and a new entrance and reception building have been created. There are plenty of interesting places to visit nearby, including Tattershall Castle, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, Woodhall Spa, with its Kinema in the Woods, and Horncastle. Further afield are Lincoln, Skegness and the Lincolnshire coast, and Boston and the RSPB reserves on the Wash.