Roach Farm Park
Situated in the lovely picturesque countryside setting Burgh Le Marsh, Roach Farm Park offers a variety of fishing lakes in Skegness in addition to peaceful holiday breaks. They are located just outside the bustling seaside resort of Skegness.
Roach Farm Park is primarily a static caravan site but they do accept tourers as appropriate pitches become available. This is due to their limited number of pitches and the high demand for them.
Each of their touring pitches is lakeside and offers both electrical and water points. They offer toilet and shower facilities on-site for guests to use. They are both located close to all of the pitches.
To book a touring pitch with Roach Farm Park contact them and book before arriving. The demand is high and they might not have any pitches available if you arrive at the site unannounced.
They can provide disabled customers with facilities to ease their stay. If you are a disabled tourer these facilities include ramps and more. Contact Roach Farm Park for more information on this facility.
The fishing lakes at Roach Farm Park are some of the best in the Skegness area. They are full of sheer beauty and have some of the best fish inhabiting them.
Roach Farm Park’s were professionally landscaped while the park was being created. They have a team of dedicated gardeners and landscapers that work to keep the lakes and their surroundings looking good.
They are always changing their fish stock with new fish being constantly added to the lakes so that customers always have the perfect catch waiting for them.
Roach Farm Park offers a wide variety of fishing tackle for sale or hire from their tackle shop. Their tackle is available for hire so that if you don’t have any room left in your car for your fishing equipment that you can just get it from the site. Call up the caravan and fishing park and reserve some fishing tackle for when you arrive.
The site just doesn’t have fish, they always have a wide array of other wildlife that live at the park. They have a family of ducks as well as frogs and geese that regularly visit the lakes so there will always be an added touch of wildlife to enjoy.