With a coastline stretching for dozens of miles, Lincolnshire’s beaches are as varied as they are beautiful. From quiet coves to long stretches of sand that span as far as the eye can see… there’s something for beach lovers of all kinds in the region.
Skegness was one of the UK’s first traditional seaside resorts and so it’s only natural that it has now become one of the premier destinations for bucket and spade holidays. But there’s also a quieter side to the region’s coastline, just waiting to be discovered.
Here you can enjoy quiet evening walks on the beach, take your dog for a walk (they’ll love jumping in the shallow waters) or build the ultimate sandcastle with the kids… this is what beach holidays are all about!
With a stay at one of our holiday parks along the coast you’re only a skimming stone’s throw away from some of the finest beaches in Lincolnshire. And, to help inspire you further, we’ve put together a list of some of our favourite local beaches.
Our guide to Lincolnshire’s beaches
Perhaps the most popular and famous in the region, Skegness Beach is the place to go for award-winning water quality, clean sands, family attractions and fun-filled adventures. One of Britain’s first traditional seaside resorts, its’ just as popular now as it’s always been! Skegness Fields, Roach Farm Park and North Shore Holiday Centre are only a short distance from this beach.
Ingoldmells is another busy resort and is home to the popular Fantasy Island theme park complex. Located just a short drive north of Skegness, there’s long stretches of beach here to the north and south of the village which are just waiting to be explored! Coastfields Holiday Village is just a short walk from the beach.
A popular beach for swimming, surfing and fishing, Moggs Eye is a sheltered, sandy beach. Dog friendly, it’s a great spot for exercising your four-legged friends – and its never too busy either. Our Merryfield and Sandfield Parks are a short distance from Moggs Eye.
Located just north of Chapel St Leonards, Chapel Six Marshes is a lovely stretch of beach that is home to one of the coast’s newest installations – the Structures of Edge Sound Tower. This new landmark amplifies the windy nature of the site. Our Merryfield and Sandfield Parks are a short distance from Chapel Six Marshes.
One of our hidden secrets, the quieter sister of big brother Mablethorpe and more a small coastal village with wide sandy beach, popular with families and great for swimming. Life’s a little less hectic here and there’s a terrific children’s playground with paddling pool. Grange Leisure Park is close by.
One of the region’s most popular resorts, Cleethorpes is home to a beautiful beach that boasts miles of soft sand. Fringed by a traditional promenade and flanked by Victorian gardens, there’s plenty of amenities here too. Take your kite, buggy or both and see why Cleethorpes is also recognised nationally as a great place to kite surf, with its inshore winds and designated beach.
Forget the bustling arcades, fun fair rides and doughnut kiosks, this place is all about getting back to nature. A beautiful stretch of sandy, unspoilt beach framed by sand dunes, Anderby Creek is as delightful as the name suggests… a perfect example of Lincolnshire’s less well-known Natural Coast.