Laurel Park is a secluded and sheltered caravan and camping site located on a quiet country lane in South-East Lincolnshire. The owners  (a friendly family of 4 who took over the site in December 2018) are in the process of improving all facilities, whilst ensuring Laurel Park remains a quiet and serene place to relax and unwind. 

With a wall of tall trees on all sides, the site is sheltered and secluded, whilst being in the open countryside. It is on the Fakenham to Hull leg of the National Cycle Network’s route 1 – a long distance cycle route connecting Dover and the Shetland Islands – via the east coast of England and Scotland.

Laurel Park is ideally located for exploring The Wash Coastal Nature Reserve, historic King’s Lynn, Spalding and surrounding areas.  Fully grassed and surrounded by trees, it attracts plenty of wildlife including deer, owls, woodpeckers, sparrowhawks, wildfowl and a large variety of garden birds. Spend time relaxing on the pretty 3 acre site or visit the quaint local town of Long Sutton.

As well as couples, families and friends, we can also accommodate large groups or site-exclusive bookings: please contact us for more information, or to discuss your options.


Some of our reviews

Excellent customer service. We went to 3 campsites on our holiday and over all this was our favourite. Lovely family, friendly and really went the extra mile with our kids: feeding the animals, playing with the dog. The feeling was warmth - we felt very a fuzzy feeling... Loved it and made our trip end up on a high note... Thank you so much.
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“My wife and I, plus three dogs stayed at The Laurel Park Campsite for a number of weeks. Emma, Andy and their kids could have not been more helpful. The site is surrounded by conifer trees, providing excellent shelter. The toilets and showers are clean and tidy, and the site has a washing machine and tumble dryer. The on site shop has been refurbished to a very high standard and is a bonus to the site. My wife and I can see the campsite growing from strength to strength and we are glad to have been their guests.

Emma and Andy have a firm foundation on which to build an even better campsite and we wish them every success in the future at Laurel Park."
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