Sycamore Farm Park
About the Resort
Sycamore Farm Park is a peaceful resort boasting 14 acres of scenic grounds within the Lincolnshire countryside. It offers comfortable, modern 2- and 3-bedroom holiday homes suitable for 4 – 6 people. The cosy caravans are fully equipped with everything you need for a self-catering holiday in secluded, picturesque surroundings, and contain central heating as well as spacious living areas.
This resort is a fantastic place for a fishing holiday. There are two lakes on the site which are packed full of fish, ideal for unwinding on the bank while reeling in a carp or barbel. If you’d rather hit the beach, the seaside town of Skegness is just a few miles away from Sycamore Farm Park - the perfect opportunity for a coastal outing. The on-site shop and launderette are very convenient, and the local village has a wide range of shops perfect for stocking up on self-catering goodies.
Things to Try
Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Watch rescued and rehabilitated seals swimming in safety at the Natureland Seal Sanctuary. And there’s more than just seals: you can see penguins, meerkats, alpacas, and more. Meet tame animals in Pets Corner, view beautiful butterflies in the lush Floral Palace and marvel at the reptiles in the Tropical House.
For a fun family day out, take a trip to this amusement park near Skegness. You can get your adrenaline pumping with the range of rides and rollercoasters on offer, while there’s also an assortment of arcades and attractions for younger children and for those of a less thrill-seeking disposition.
Lincolnshire Aviation Centre
This amazing museum is an authentic recreation of a World War II Bomber Command airfield, with a rare Avro Lancaster Bomber in working condition on site and many events through the year. It’s built on the site of the former RAF East Kirkby airfield, with the original WWII control tower still intact.
The Village Church Farm
Don’t miss the unique experience of this open-air farming museum covering the local agricultural history of the area. Set amidst 3 acres of gardens and orchards, you’ll see historical buildings, including the oldest residence in Skegness, and a variety of fascinating traditional farming implements.
For Food & Drink
The market town of Burgh le Marsh is just a couple of miles away and has a range of food options. Try the Bell or the Fleece Inn for traditional pub food, or if you’d like slightly more contemporary dining, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, drop in to the Windmill Restaurant.
The nearby seaside town of Skegness has plenty to do. Visit the Skegness pier, with its coastal views and amusement arcade, or take a stroll along the beach. Stop by the pirate-themed Skegness Aquarium for fishy fun, or visit Skegness Model Village for a glimpse of life on a smaller scale.
If you’re looking for a peaceful stroll, there are some beautiful walks at Gibraltar Point, a coastal nature reserve just 3 miles from Skegness. For golfers, there are a number of fantastic golf courses in and around the town, including Seacroft Golf Club, North Shore Golf Club and Skegness Golf Centre.