Voted A Top 100 Best Caravan Site in Eastern England – 2013!

Delph Bank Touring Caravan Park is an adult only caravan site in Fleet Hargate village at the heart of the Fens.

Secluded and laid out with flower beds and shrubs, there is no better place from which to explore the Lincolnshire Fenland towns and waterways.

Owners Kevin and Kay are always on hand with a warm welcome and advice to help make your visit to this unique part of Lincolnshire truly memorable.

Park Facilities

Our secluded park is approached along a tree lined avenue.

45 level pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents are set among pretty flower beds and shrubs.

You can normally choose grass, hard standing or fully serviced hard standing pitches.

Every pitch has 16amp electric hook-up.

A waste water service point is available for motorhomes.

A new heated facilities building offers an added touch of luxury.

It is lovely and clean with large showers, privacy cubicles for the ladies, hand dryers, hair dryers and shaver points.

Showers and hot water are free of charge.

The facilities building also include a washing-up area and fully equipped laundry room.

A full disabled suite is available to guests who have radar keys and we will always do our best to site less-able guests on the most convenient pitches.

Dogs and pets are welcome at Delph Bank Touring Caravan Park and we have a dog exercise area.

The village is just 300yds for essential supplies, a stroll around the garden centre or refreshment at its tea rooms, two pubs or Chinese restaurant.

For a full shop, Holbeach is two miles away or a half-hourly bus service will take you to Spalding or Kings Lynn.

Do ask us about things to do, events and festivals around Lincolnshire, Norfolk and the Fens.

Tourist information is available at reception so there will always be something to make your day whenever you choose to stay with us.

What’s On Nearby

The Lincolnshire Fens are a unique and calming place.

Cris-crossed with peaceful waterways, byways and cycle routes, dotted with church spires and villages.

Just perfect to recharge the batteries and indulge in your favorite leisure activity.

In addition to walking and cycling, you can enjoy golf, fishing, boating and bird-watching at nature reserves around the Wash.

South Lincolnshire is Britain’s flower basket, celebrated the first weekend in May by the colorful Spalding Flower Parade.

At this time the churches in ‘South Holland’ are all decorated with flowers.

The parade ends at Springfields Festival Gardens and shopping center; good for a visit at any time.

The water taxi is a pleasant half-hour trip back to Spalding.

Elegant and historic buildings in the nearby towns of Wisbech, Boston and Kings Lynn recall former days as thriving sea ports before the Fens were drained.

The ‘Boston stump’, St Botolph’s 271ft church tower, can be seen for miles around.

Kings Lynn and West Norfolk offer much to see.

A few miles on is the Royal Residence of Sandringham.

Resorts at Hunstanton and Skegness are convenient for a day out on the beach.

To help you plan your visit, here are a few local attractions you might enjoy; Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and gardens, Baytree Garden and Owl Centre, Gordon Boswell Romany Museum, Pinchbeck Engine and Land Drainage Museum, Crowland Abbey, African Violet Centre and Peckover House (National Trust).

How To Find Us

Delph Bank Touring Caravan Park is located at Fleet Hargate in Lincolnshire, off the A17 (Kings Lynn to Sleaford) road 2 miles East of Holbeach.

Turn off the A17 into Fleet Hargate and follow the brown caravan site signs to the park entrance.

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