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Walesby Woodlands Caravan Park is located within a short distance from historical sites, beautiful villages, towns and cities. Have a look bellow to the recommended places to visit.

PLEASE NOTE: We try to reduce the impact on our environment. A lot of wild animals live in woodlands around us. To reduce light pollution, we keep our site less lighted at night. If you need to use the well-lit toilet/shower block please bring your own torch with you to get there!

Historical Locations

Gainsborough Old Hall

Gainsborough Old Hall was not only the home of the Burgh family but also a demonstration of their wealth and importance. By 1596, however, the Burghs had fallen on hard times and the house was sold to the Hickman family. Although a number of "home improvements " have been made over the years it remains a “textbook of medieval architecture".

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Doddington Hall and Gardens

Stunning Elizabethan family home with fabulous gardens. Built in 1595 by Robert Smythson, one of England’s foremost Elizabethan architects, Doddington Hall was completed in 1600 and has never been sold. A visit to Doddington offers a unique insight into family life through the ages and the challenges of looking after such an estate in the 21st century.

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Tattershall Castle

Magnificent 15th century red brick castle - what wealth and power looks likeRising proudly from the flat Lincolnshire fens, Tattershall Castle, with its huge Gothic fireplaces and church-like windows, was designed to impress. Built by Lord Ralph Cromwell, Treasurer of England, it was designed to show off his wealth, position and power.

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Normanby Hall

Normanby Hall is a stunning Regency mansion, set in an idyllic 300 acre estate in the heart of North Lincolnshire. Open to the public every day of the year, the park offers the perfect backdrop to your day out. There has never been a better time to visit, with the region's first Go Ape, and two new playground areas. As well as the Hall, Farming Museum, Gift Shop and Stableyard Café.

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Nearby Cities & Towns

Lincoln

Lincoln offers an experience rich in history combined with independent boutique shopping, great arts and culture and a wealth of places to eat and drink.
Visit: Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle,
Steep Hill, & more
Distance: 32 min by car

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Market Rasen

Market Rasen is a bustling market town standing on the western edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds and is famous for having the only racecorse in Lincolnshire.
Visit: Race Course, Old Police Station, All Saints Rumblers Church & More
Distance: 3 mins by car or 24 mins by walk

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Louth

Whether you have a passion for shopping or an interest in history, this charming market town offers an array of attractions and activities: from the stunning St James Church sporting the tallest parish spire in the country, to the shopping area dotted with countless inns, cafes and magnificent Georgian and Victorian houses.
Distance: 26 min by car

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Cleethorpes

Cleethorpes is a popular family seaside holiday resort nestling on the mouth of the River Humber set on the north-east coast of Lincolnshire. It boasts over four miles of beautiful, sandy, award-winning beaches with a wide promenade, family attractions, gardens, boating lake and fine views of ships entering the nearby estuary.
Distance: 39 min by car

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Nearby Villages

Tealby

Tealby is often said to be one of the best places to visit in Lincolnshire. Nestled on the edge of the gentle slopes of the Lincolnshire Wolds, this location can sometimes appear to give Tealby its own micro-climate.
Visit: The old watermill, Tealby Church, gorgeous walks
& more
Distance: 8 mins by car

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Woodhall Spa

Woodhall Spa a gorgeous and a peaceful radiates village. Home to two top class golf courses, ‘Kinema in the Woods —  the only cinema in the country to operate by projection from behind the screen and several aviation heritage sites.
Visit: Golf courses, Kinema & more
Distance: 40 mins by car

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Saxilby

A large village that lies on the Foss Dyke - the oldest canal in England. Originally it is a medieval village, the arrival of the railway in 1849 allowed for its expansion, and it is now a key suburb of the county’s capital city.
Visit: Saxilby History Trail, St Botoph's Church,
Distance: 40 mins by car

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Winteringham

A beautiful Winteringham village has a great history, from Roman times a major crossing point to Brough on the Yorkshire side of the river to becoming apart of the national rail network and a lovely place to visit with a lot of attractions to offer.
Visit: South Cave Falconry, Humber Bridge & more
Distance: 46 mins by car

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To discuss your individual requirements, please give us a call. We do not accept bookings from people under the age of 18.
call: 01673 842353

PLEASE NOTE: We try to reduce the impact on our environment. A lot of wild animals live in woodlands around us. To reduce light pollution, we keep our site less lighted at night. If you need to use the well-lit toilet/shower block please bring your own torch with you to get there!