Mablethorpe Seaside Town is just south of the Humber estuary and Spurn Heritage Coast, it is a huge sandy beach with activities for the whole family. There are beach huts to the north of the beach and a boating lake to the south.
Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary has Walk through two acres of landscaped dunes - only fifty metres from the sea you can and gain firsthand experience of some of the county's most stunning wildlife. Get up close and personal with seals, meerkats and more. Breakfast, lunch, delicious coffee, homemade cake, and Afternoon Tea with a view of the alpacas in their paddocks. All thing’s alpaca Gift Shop - scarves, hats, socks, cuddly alpacas, and gifts.
M1 Go Karts
M1 Go Karts on Quebec Street in Mablethorpe is open every day from 10am throughout the summer season. Take your family for a great day out.
Queens Park has a variety of activities to keep the family entertained by the sea. Ride on the miniature railway, take to the water on the boating lake, tackle the 18 hole putting green or have a game of tennis on the tarmac court.
Golden sand stretches for miles in both directions on the beautiful, Blue Flag Award winning beach. With access to the town and cafes, fish and chips, crazy golf, donkey rides and everything you’d expect in a traditional seaside holiday resort even a fairground.
Mablethorpe fairground is a traditional, family friendly, funfair at the end of the High Street and right next Mablethorpe’s award winning sandy beach. Old-fashioned fun – a ride on the dodgems, a toffee apple, scare Grandad on the ghost train, have a hot dog and get dizzy on the waltzer. All this and much, much more.
A family run Cinema with two screens, showing the latest releases with air conditioning. Range of sweets, popcorn and drinks available at low prices. Cinema has comfortable seats and plenty of leg room.
One of the UK’s biggest Aquapark’s. Major equipment includes slides, trampolines, climbing walls, spinning cyclone water wheel, giant monkey bars and loads more. Other facilities including paddle boarding, Kayaking and pedaloes for under 5’s. Located in the Grange leisure holiday park, Mablethorpe Ln12 free car parking.
Was really apprehensive about going to Butlins with all the restrictions and booking system this year. It had already been postponed for a year so we decided we'd go with an open mind and hope for the best. We'd managed to book two swimming sessions before we went, as well as one show per evening.
We had an email a day or two before we left to say we had to check in at the later time of 5pm but they did give us a £25 voucher to compensate, so we used it on a family trip on the Go Karts.
We ended up having a really good time there. We ended up queueing up a couple of times in the queue for unbooked shows and got in both times no problems whatsoever. The shows were short but great, especially the Turn back time one and Musicals Rock. The White Magic one was really good too. Swimming was good even though it's only for an hour and 15 mins. Staff were very efficient at getting everyone's name etc beforehand so you can get in the pool on time. Most things in the pool were open apart from the indoor lazy river. River rapids were great as usual. Lovely meal in Beachcomber Inn. B serve app worked well. All in all we had a lovely time and we will definitely be booking again. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend Butlins Skegness.
Family short break over half term. 4th time and we were a little concerned post covid but Butlins stepped up yes its different yes you have to book and things are limited. We couldn't get into bowling which was a shame but overall we watched and did everything we wanted circus & wrestling were great, ludo s and the pool are fantastic ALL the staff were superb and friendly diligent in enforcing the rules in sometimes difficult circumstances well done to all the other families also who appeared to observe the rules. Our children are a little older now so were not sure if we'll go back but we said that last year.