Long Acres Touring Park

Boston, Lincolnshire

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Long Acres Touring Park.

Set in the rural South Lincolnshire Fens and centrally located for exploring the market towns and seaside resorts of Lincolnshire, this tranquil adult only touring park is the perfect place to get away from it all and relax.

Owners John and Tracey have built a reputation for quality and service and their multi-award winning, 5-star park, pays testament to their hard work.

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Proudly awarded...

  • Visit England 5 Star Holiday Touring & Camping
  • Top 100 sites 2018
  • David Bellamy 2018-19 Gold
  • AA 5 Pendant Gold 2018
  • Premier Park 2019

Long Acres Touring Park is a purpose-built site set in 3 acres and attractively laid out to take maximum advantage of the great variety of trees and shrubs, which provide a haven for birds and wildlife.

Ranged on either side of the site’s single road the 40, level hard-standing pitches, all with 10A electric hook-up are separated by well-tended grass.

The 5-star heated facilities block offers free hot showers, hand-dryers and hairdryers and a private/disabled room that includes all the usual equipment.

Indoor washing up facilities with free freezer use for ice blocks.

A covered chemical toilet emptying point and motorhome waste point are also available.

A secure dog exercise area, makes for a very dog friendly park.

The laundry room also includes tourist information, providing all the details for local places to visit including pubs and restaurants. There are maps available with local cycle routes and ordnance survey maps for to aid in exploring the area.

Calor gas is available for exchange.

For your peace of mind, a security barrier operates during the day and gates are shut at night. Security cameras monitor comings and goings.

Free WiFi is available across the park.

Situated 8 miles from Boston and 17 miles from the resort town of Skegness, and accessible from both the A16 & A52.

The historic town of Boston provides plenty of places to explore, with the largest parish church in the country, the iconic Boston Stump, standing high above the market place.

Here on a Wednesday or Saturday you will find the region’s largest market.

The Guildhall museum and Maud Foster windmill are just two other interesting places to visit.

Lincoln, Spalding, Kings Lynn and Grimsby are all within an hour’s drive, giving you plenty of choice to explore from a central base.

For those wishing to visit historic houses, churches, castles, picturesque towns and villages, the countryside awaits you.

The historic Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is based a short distance away at Coningsby and the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby offers the chance to ride in a Lancaster as it taxis along the runway.

For nature lovers and bird watchers “The Wash” is just a few miles away, where you can visit the RSPB renowned Freiston Shore and Frampton Marshes and the nature reserve at Gibraltar Point.

In-land the nature reserve at Snipe Dales provides various length trails around the country park.

For the more athletic, the Lincolnshire fenlands offer the walker and cyclist miles of minor roads and countryside to explore.

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Proprietor: John & Tracey Plant 

Address: Station Road, Old Leake, Boston, Lincolnshire PE22 9RF


Directions

We recommend using the A16 via Sibsey, and follow the brown tourism signs to access the site.

Do not follow sat nav instructions as they can take you down bumpy roads.

At Sibsey. – Take the turn to Old Leake on the B1184.

Follow road to end and turn left at T Junction, signposted New Leake, you will have the Hobhole drain to your left, continue for approx 1 mile, cross over railway crossing then turn next right, into Station Road (sometimes called Common side Road on sat navs).

Long Acres Touring Park is located approx 0.5 miles on left just after bend.

You can click the map below for directions to Long Acres Touring Park.