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  • Adult Only - 5 Star Caravan Touring Park
  • Access statement


    Access throughout the site is generally good and level


    Long Acres Touring Park is located off the main A16 north of Boston Lincolnshire, at Sibsey (By Church) take the B1184 - Station Road for approx 1 mile at T junction turn left, follow this road for  approx 1.5 Miles, after level crossing take next turning right into Station Road - Old Leake. (The site entrance is Approx 1/2 mile on the left hand side.

    Pitches & Grounds

    The site has 40 individual pitches. The main central access road and all pitches are level with electric hook up, all have a grassed area (for Awnings, Tents) and car parking is available in front of each pitch. The central road & hard standing’s are prepared with well-consolidated hard core topped off with compacted crushed granite chipping’s. All grassed areas are regularly mowed. All general access area’s should not prove difficult for any semi ambulant person or wheel chair user. If our clients require a pitch located close to the toilet block we will endeavour to honour this request, if made during their reservation. The grass is deliberately left long in specific area’s and along the perimeter of the site – to encourage wildlife to the site. Please apply caution to these area’s. 

    At night the site is well lit around the toilet area and general lighting is provided along the main access road. 


    The Ladies – Gents and assisted Toilet facilities is located centrally in the park. Access is via the main access road and block paved access. However there is a 15 – 20mm (¾ inch) step into the toilet from the block paved path. A separate Unisex assisted room has a fully compliant Doc M basin and toilet - complete with grab rails with wet room type shower area with separate mobile shower seat, and enough room for companion assistance if required, The toilet block also provides indoor wash up facilities.

    Please Note - The site operates a speed limit of 5 MPH

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