Boston Maud Foster Mill
Long Acres is an adults only touring caravan park, offering a warm and friendly atmosphere for relaxing in peace and tranquillity.
Set in the rural South Lincolnshire Fens, north-east of Boston and centrally located for exploring the market towns and seaside resorts of Lincolnshire and North Norfolk. Great for visiting the many historic airfields, museums, windmills and nature reserves the area has to offer.
The purpose-built site is attractively laid out to take maximum advantage of the great variety of trees and shrubs, offering a haven for birds and wildlife. The 40 level hardstanding pitches, all with electric hook-up are separated with well-tended grass to cater for awnings or tents. A small dog exercise area is available on site and many miles of quiet country lanes, for walking further.
Opening dates:1st March - 8th January
One of the best sites we've been to in 20+ years of caravaning , it won't be to long before we go again, loved it very relaxed and chilled out. 10/10 :)
Reviewed by Shaun and Donna
We visited Long Acres in June of this year, 2016 that's where we found the information about Best of British. Long Acres was lovely, the site, grounds & facilities are so very well maintained and cleaned to an extremely high standard that you literally feel like its home from home. we stayed on a grass pitch in our tent with electric hook-up, fantastic park & the owners so friendly & helpful. Great location quiet & very relaxing...
Reviewed by david booth
Just had bank holiday at Long Acres. Both John &Tracey are excellent hosts. What a lovely tranquil and well maintained site.
Reviewed by Mr&Mrs Malcolm Straw
Just got home from long acres didn't want to leave, can't wait to go back. Site is immaculate, peaceful and John and Tracey could not have been more helpful. A real find.
Reviewed by Lesley Stringer
This is truly a very tranquil site. We have just returned from an incredibly restful time there. The owners are very friendly & welcoming. The site is very tidy, well-kept & the facilities are second to none. If you've not been there before, it's well worth a visit
Reviewed by Chris & Hazel