Old Leake Leisure Park is a friendly, spacious caravan park. It is situated 8 miles north of the historic market town of Boston, and just 15 miles from Skegness – set in the rural landscape of Lincolnshire.
There are static caravans for hire, tent and touring pitches available and a cottage that sleeps up to 8 people, and also exclusive luxury lodges for sale.
Family- friendly site â Children and dogs welcome (dogs must be on a lead).
Newly refurbished shower blocks with free hot showers.
Children’s swing set area.
Washing up area.
Separate gender toilet blocks.
Small essentials and sweet shop.
Secure on site car park.
Camping and touring pitches available with/without electric hook up.
10 holiday homes available for hire.
OUT AND ABOUT
The Parrot Zoo is set within 15 acres of gardens and newly planted woodland and is now the UK’s largest collection of parrots with nearly 2000 birds covering over 100 species. There is also Marmosets, Meerkats, Lemurs, Giant Tortoises, Snakes, Kookaburras and much more.
Visit the home of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at RAF Coningsby. See the Flight’s historic aircraft at close quarters and observe the BBMF technicians working to maintain them in airworthy condition.
The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre is a family run museum. It is a living memorial to the 55,500 men of Bomber Command who lost their lives during WW2. There is an Avro Lancaster Bomber in its collection along with many wartime vehicles including a Ford WOT1 Crew Bus, the only one of its kind known in existence.
Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve covers three miles of coast from Skegness to The Wash. Habitats include sandy and muddy seashore, sand dunes, saltmarsh and freshwater marsh with ponds and lagoons. The reserve is recognised internationally for its important habitats and species. The Visitor Centre includes the Wild Coast Exhibition, Nature Discovery Centre, gift shop and The Point Café.
At Freiston Shore you can get excellent views of waterbirds on the salt water lagoon, especially at high tide when wading birds roost, sometimes in their thousands. Summer is a good time to see nesting wading birds, including avocets and ringed plovers. In winter, brent geese congregate along with ducks such as wigeons, pintails, teals and shelducks. Tree sparrows, yellowhammers and skylarks are common around the reserve throughout the year. The saltmarsh is good for watching hunting birds of prey, while eiders and red-breasted mergansers and other diving ducks can be seen offshore during winter.