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Campsites in Lincolnshire – The top independent campsites in Lincolnshire – Cool Camping

Campsites in Lincolnshire

England's second largest county is an outstanding area of ever-changing landscapes and exciting scenery – a top spot for camping in the UK. The county city of Lincoln, with its iconic cathedral, sits amongst a host of towns rich in heritage and culture. The long Lincolnshire coast is home to sandy beaches and bustling seaside towns, as well as family attractions for a fun day out. Lincolnshire hosts some great campsites and we’ve picked out our favourites; from luxury glamping in tipis and yurts to traditional campsites close to the coast. Take a look at our selection of some of the best campsites in Lincolnshire and book your next adventure online today.

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The best campsites in Lincolnshire

Long sandy beaches and an inland area of outstanding natural beauty make Lincolnshire a great place for a camping holiday. Although this huge county is often overlooked by holiday-makers from outside the Midlands, it hasn’t always been that way. In fact, it was here at Skegness that the first Butlins Holiday Camp opened back in 1936. So camping and glamping, of a sort, has been going on here for quite some time. The holiday parks remain and dominate the seaside resorts but away from the kiss-me-quick entertainment, out in the quieter parts of Lincolnshire, there are other types of camping and glamping sites too. Smaller sites with spacious pitches and quirky glamping accommodation where the owners go out of their way to make you feel at home. These are the sort of places we like to stay in – and we think you will too.