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Swallow Park Caravan Site

Located a short distance from the sea and a glorious large sandy beach, Swallow Park Caravan Site is a small family-run caravan site that has a static site and tourer site.

Their static site can accommodate 30 static caravans in a large 5 acre area. Their tourer site can only accommodate a maximum of 15 tourers. The owners want to keep their park a quiet family site so they do not allow sub-letting of caravans.

Swallow Park is near Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe Dunes National Nature Reserve.

The park opened in 2009 and has a shelter belt of 200 trees planted around the north and east side of the site. After the shelter belt becomes established more shrubs and trees will be planted to create a very attractive site.

A 5 minutes’ car ride from the site will take you to Mablethorpe High Street. A 5 minute’s walk away will take you to the very popular Ferry Boat Inn. There are bus services running from Northend into Mablethorpe from Good Friday until Half Term in October.

Skegness Caravan Sale has an extensive range of static caravans available. The lowest costs £8000.00 and it goes up from them. All of the prices include siting costs.

Visit the Swallow Park Caravan Site website for further information

Swallow Park Caravan Site

Beach Location
Chemical Disposal Point
Car Parking
Dogs allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hook-up
Electric Shaver Point
Motor Home Pitches
Shower Facilities
Static Pitches
Tent Pitches
Tour Caravan Pitches
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