Sunkist Caravan Park

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A family run holiday park close to a beautiful beach

Sunkist Caravan Park is situated in the quaint coastal hamlet of Anderby Creek. The beautifully sandy beach of Anderby Creek is just a stone’s throw away, so a short stroll will take you to the sea.

The caravan park is family run and is an ideal location for those looking to enjoy family fun and quality time together. Days can be spent on the park, at the beach or visiting local attractions, followed by an evening of good food and a fun atmosphere at “Popa’s Bar”, the fully licenced on site bar and restaurant.

Ideally situated midway between Mablethorpe and Skegness, whichever direction you take, you will find plenty to do. The bright lights of Skegness offer the traditional seaside experience with its famous pier and miles of sandy beach. With an abundance of shops, amusements, bars and restaurants, there is something for everyone.

Head towards Mablethorpe on a Thursday and you will find the town thriving with the Mablethorpe Market, one of the areas most popular street markets. With plenty of independent shops, sitting alongside a select few high street brands, you will be sure to find your perfect souvenir.

Anderby Creek beach is a tranquil spot nestled on the north-east coast of England. It is located in the heart of Lincolnshire, just south of Skegness. The beach boasts stunning views, with miles of golden sands and azure waters that stretch as far as the eye can see. It is a wild stretch of shoreline that is surrounded by dunes and marshlands which provide a home to a variety of wildlife.

At Anderby Creek beach, visitors can enjoy activities such as swimming, fishing and kayaking. Visitors can also explore the nearby coastal villages and experience local culture. The village of Anderby itself is full of charm with its array of quaint shops, friendly pubs and art galleries.

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Skegness Natureland

North Parade, Skegness, Lincolnshire PE25 1DB | Website

Natureland is well known for rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned and injured seals that become stranded on Lincolnshire beaches. Visitors can see the various stages of their rehabilitation and hear about the rescue work at feeding times.

There are lots more beautiful and amazing animals. Watch the amusing antics of the penguins, be amazed by the tropical butterflies, squirm at the reptiles and creepy crawlies, feed the goats in the Pets Corner and marvel at the beautiful tropical fish in the Aquarium.

Perfectly placed

Sunkist Caravan Park is perfectly placed in the East midlands; one of the UKs much loved holiday destination. To be more specific, Sunkist is situated in the quaint coastal hamlet of Anderby Creek. Anderby Creek is a beautiful, unspoilt beach on the great Lincolnshire Coast. Moreover, it’s the perfect spot for getting away from the crowded coastal tourist attractions. It truly is a calm oasis in an otherwise bustling world. One of the joys of Anderby is its fine stretch of golden sands making it ideal for a spot of sunbathing and building the ultimate sandcastles. Furthermore, Anderby Creek is the worlds first location to have an official cloud spotting bar. The modern wooden structure looks out to see from this stretch of Lincolnshire coastline. On the viewing platform are ‘Cloud Menus’ identifying the different formations.

Beautiful beach

Sunkist Caravan park is just on the door step of this beautiful beach. Moreover, Sunkist is a holiday haven that not only offers peace and quiet but also atmosphere and activities. The park itself is small and friendly with its own top quality restaurant and bar. Undoubtedly, Popas Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink, good food with good company. Not to mention often hosting live music on the weekends. Moreover, there always seems to be a great atmosphere at the fully licensed on site bar and restaurant. Days can be spent at Sunkist simply enjoying spending quality time with your loved ones on the relaxing park. After all, holidays are all bout spending precious time with family. Furthermore, the holiday homes provide you with the freedom to enjoy your leisure time to the full. Whether you choose to spend your time relaxing in the holiday home, soaking up the sun on golden sands or exploring the great county of Lincolnshire – the choice is yours.

City, Coast and Countryside

This holiday park is superbly located in the diverse county of Lincolnshire offering City, Coast and Countryside. Unquestionably, you can discover a whole host of exciting things to do in Lincolnshire. From rolling countryside with historic market downs and villages to award winning blue flag beaches and Britain’s Best Small City. Undoubtedly, this county of contrast is the perfect holiday destination for all! Sunkists Caravan Park boasts having Anderby Creek just on its very doorstep. Ainderby Creek has a truly beautiful long stretch of sandy unspoilt beach framed by sandcastles. It’s golden sands make for the perfect sandcastle materials. Make sure to bring your bucket and spade to this holiday as hours can be spent creating the ultimate sandcastle. Whilst the kids enjoy the sand, you parents can enjoy a tranquil soak in the sunshine. Conversely, enjoy a peaceful stroll along the walk. Kick off your shoes and explore and unwind with the wind in your hair. Big skies and wide, sandy expanses are just waiting to be discovered. Without a doubt, Anderby Creek is a haven for any keen walkers. There is a great circular walking route to enjoy from Chapel Point to Anderby Creek and back again. After all, one of the best ways to discover this Lincolnshire natural coast is by foot! However, if you don’t fancy a walk, why try out a horse-riding lesson on the beach or for more experienced rides and fun-filled hacks. Don’t forget to enjoy the atmospheric coastal skies at Anderby Creek. After a day of discovering this picturesque beach, the beach café makes for a great place for refreshments.

Blue Flag award winning beach

If you fancy exploring a little further afield, Sunkist Caravan Park is ideally situated between Mablethorpe and Skegness! Visit the beautiful Blue Flag award winning beach of Mablethorpe for soft golden sands. Without a doubt, Mablethorpe beach is an attractive beach offering a fun-filled family day out on the East Coast. Enjoy an array of water sports at Mablethorpe. From swimming to windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing and even aqua park. Climb inside a giant cyclone spinning wheel, brave the metre high jungle joe or tackle a total Wipeout course. Without a doubt, you’ll have plenty of laughs and giggles at Lincolnshire aqua Park in Mablethorpe. Alternatively, take a visit to Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre. Enjoy a unique experience of meeting their animals. With primates, reptiles, birds of prey, meerkats and the loveable seals, there are plenty of rescues animals to see! Make sure to coincide your visit with feeding times to get the best out of your visit. Conversely, stroll along the promenade for your traditional seaside fun. You can enjoy a real traditional experience at Dunes leisure Mablethorpe Fairground. Here you can enjoy the traditional seaside fairground, fish ‘n’ chips and much more! Furthermore, year-round events add to the mix, including the glittering Mablethorpe illumination. Meanwhile in winter or spring, catch exciting beach motorcycling.

Skegness

Alternatively, head for the bright lights of Skegness, one of the UK’s most famous traditional seaside town. Only 30 minutes away from Sunkist Holiday Park is the classic English Seaside resort of Skegness also known as Skeggy and ‘Skeg-Vegas’ to the locals. Skegness was once a quiet seaside town until the advent of the railway in 18000’s. The new rail network meant large numbers of holiday makers were able to head for a holiday by the coast. This influx of visitors made Skegness one of the most popular resort towns in Britain. In fact, by 1882 the railway bought an astonishing 22,000 day-trippers. Moreover, Skeggy, as it’s affectionately known as was made famous as a holiday destination by a series of train posters. A later transformation arrived in 1929 when Billy Butlins opened a large amusement park by the pier. In modern day, Skegness thrives as a firm favourite seaside town for us Brits. Walk along the front and you’ll soon discover its wonderful family attractions. With go-karts, ten-pin bowling, funfairs, crazy golf being just some of the activities that will keep you entertained. Discover Skegness’s thrill-packed amusements offering traditional seaside funfair experience. Enjoy exhilarating rides and roller coasters that are sure to test even the bravest thrill-seekers. Moreover, with over 30 rides, there’s something for all ages! For those of you who aren’t so keen on rides then challenge your family and friends to a game of ten-pin bowling. Moreover, Fantasy Island is the first company outside the US to have projection mapping VIP lane technology! Fantasy Island is more than just an ordinary theme park, it is home to Europe’s largest 7-day market that consist of over 320 stalls! This legendary market is one of Skegness’ finest attractions. Furthermore, it’s any keen shoppers’ perfect way to spend an afternoon as they browse through the stall and perhaps even grab a bargain or two! Once you’re feeling shopped out, grab a refreshment or a tasty bite to eat from the choice of over 40 eateries before hitting those roller coasters again. Alternatively, hit the vintage pier of Skegness. Here you can expect to find everything from traditional seaside amusements to laser quests, virtual reality experiences, escape rooms, bowling, an American style diner and so much more! Come rain or sunshine, there’s plenty do at this jam-packed seaside town.

Area of outstanding natural beauty

For those looking for a tranquil yet adventurous day out, just 45 minutes from Sunkist Holiday Park is Lincolnshire Wolds: an area of outstanding natural beauty, market towns and family activities. Discover everything you could wish for with an idyllic day trip in the Lincolnshire Wolds. Enjoy 216 square miles of truly unspoilt countryside with its beautiful green rolling hills, breath-taking hidden valleys, and all kinds of wildlife. Undoubtedly, it’s the perfect day out for anyone who loves the great outdoors. Visit the magnificent national trust property known as Tattershall Castle. This fine medieval tower stands flat on the fens of Lincolnshire. Any historians can truly appreciate the steep history of this historic site that shows evidence from early medieval to present. Alternatively, experience getting to know new animal at Louth Llama trekking. Take one of the llamas for a walk and you’ll soon discover how calm and peaceful these animals truly are. Or why not hop on board Lincolnshire Wolds railway. Unquestionably, a ride on the trains is a great day out for the whole family. The heritage steam trains run between Ludborough and North Thoresby. Visitors can truly appreciate the railway we see today is a result of all the time and effort that a small but dedicated band of volunteers have put in over many years. After an old-fashioned steam train ride you can enjoy some great food in the steaming Kettle Buffet. Conversely, discover the home of England Golf with two champion golf courses voted 20th best course in the world at Woodhall Spa and Golf. Hotchkin golf course welcomes all abilities. Enjoy undertaking one of golfs most supreme shot making tests, extensive practice facilities and fine hospitality. Or enjoy the simple things in life with a walking adventure in the Lincolnshire Wolds. Discover acres of wild landscape, wildflower meadow and disused quarry famous for its exposed red chalk. For family fun in the Lincolnshire Wolds, head to Hubbards Hill. Hubbards Hill is a free and beautiful green space that has maintained it’s rural charm. Without a doubt, this area is a hotspot for dog walkers and provides plenty of great picnic spots. Here, you can truly appreciate idyllic views, ducks, swans, and steppingstones across the lake.

Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary

Just 8 minutes away from Sunkist Holiday Park is Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary. Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary allows you to get an up-close experience to these super sweet Donkeys. Be prepared to fall in love with these cheeky but gentle donkeys. Don’t worry if you do as you can adopt one yourself! This sanctuary is free but you can buy buckets of feed to the feed the donkeys. Don’t worry if you get peckish on the farm, there’s a great little café on site where you can enjoy delicious refreshments. Moreover, all proceeds go towards the upkeep and care of looking after these ridiculously cute donkeys.

Hardy Animal Farm

Conversely, less than a 15-minute drive away from the holiday park is Hardy Animal Farm. Set in 7 wonderful acres of countryside with a mixture if of both indoor and outdoor coupled with a variety of different animals for you to meet and pet, a day at Hardy’s Farm makes for a great day out. There are a whole host of animals large and small waiting to meet you. From playful goats to baby chicks and occasionally new hatched ducklings to piglets and bunnies and guinea pigs cuddled up together. There are also regular petting sessions so make sure to keep an eye out. Moreover, there are some very chatty birds along side cows, sheep and Shetland ponies in the paddocks. The outdoor fun doesn’t stop here, you can find 3 outdoor adventure play areas on the farm providing hours of fun for toddler to teens! From tractor rides to races around the pony cycle track and pitchfork and out, there is endless fun to be had! Come rain or sunshine, there’s tons of dun to be had at Hardy’s animal farm. On those rainy days, head to haystacks barn to the large play centre complete with helter-skelter rides, cargo nets, climbing wall and much more! For those tiny tots, there is also a dedicated soft play area. Whilst the kids wear themselves out, you parents can sit down and relax with a freshly ground coffee or even a glass of wine! There is also an interactive play and crafts room which has a great selection of craft to keep children occupied. Moreover, the touch screen games provide hours of fun for all ages. Unquestionably, a day out at Hardys Farm provides the ultimate family fun whilst learning all about modern farming in a fun and safe environment.

Tranquil surroundings

After a fun-filled day out, there’s no better place to relax than at Sunkist holiday park. Its tranquil surroundings make for the perfect place to unwind. With Anderby Creek Beach right on the very doorstep, and a top-quality restaurant on-site, what more could you want from a holiday! Undoubted, it’s the perfect place to forget the stress of everyday life whilst exploring the best of Lincolnshire.

Sunkist Caravan Park, Sea Road, Anderby Creek Skegness, Lincolnshire PE24 5XW | VIEW PARK MAP