Below you will find a selection of caravans for hire at Butlins Skegness.
The beach is popular for swimming and for walking. It is part of a long stretch of beaches that make up this part of the Lincolnshire coastline. This particular part is quite built-up, with Skegness a few miles to the south and the town of Chapel St Leonards to the north. There are public toilets located next to the beach entrance. Behind the beach there is a promenade.
Set beside Skegness, and is what holidays are all about this long, wide sandy beach has plenty of activities for the family to enjoy, including donkey rides and the refurbished Fairy Dell paddling pool. Other activities typically available include canoeing and kayaking, crazy golf, sailing, swimming, sunbathing, and even surfing. Or try crabbing or rock pooling, paddling, picnics, and flying kites. The beach has good access for those in wheelchairs or with pushchairs, and it’s also possible to hire beach wheelchairs. There’s also a vintage pier with a traditional promenade and nearby fairground. A lifeguard service is provided in season; dogs are banned from 1 May to 30 September.
Moggs Eye, also known as Huttoft Beach is a quiet, rural beach backed by grassy sand dunes. The wide strip of golden sand which slopes gently into the sea is a great destination for beachgoers. As well as being plenty of room for beach games the beach is used by swimmers, surfers, sea anglers and bird watchers. The car park, which has space for 150 cars, also has toilets and a good picnic area. From here steps lead over the dunes towards the beach.
As well as a car park and picnic site there is a wetland area with open water, sand dunes, shrubs and trees which all provide homes for a variety of wildlife. The site lies within the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park.
Sutton-on-Sea is a small coastal village with excellent sandy beaches, ideal for families and great for swimming. Much quieter than the neighbouring Mablethorpe, Sutton-on-Sea has resisted over-development, contenting itself with attractive gardens and a children’s paddling pool.
Traditional seaside resort Cleethorpes has close ties to nearby Grimsby. The beaches are close to a host of activities and amenities, including donkey rides, a boating lake, a paddling pool, and award-winning gardens located on the promenade. The beach is sandy and stretches for miles; there is a lifeguard service in season. Cleethorpes is a popular location for canoeing and kayaking, jet-skiing, kite surfing, paddle-boarding, sailing, swimming and bathing, and wind surfing. Activities on offer include arcades on the promenade, beach donkeys, crazy golf, deckchairs for hire, and ice cream and fish and chips with a view on the traditional pier. Other restaurants are also available.