85 acre water ski lake
45 acre jet ski lake with cafe
Cable Wakeboard Park
Two well stock fishing lakes
18 hole golf course
Indoor heated pool with gym and lakeside hot-tub
Spa pop-in pampering treatments and relaxation area
At Tattershall Lakes...
New Beach and outside entertainment area
Great family entertainment including stage shows and cabarets in The Boathouse
The Propeller Bar with lake views
The Boathouse Bar and Diner offers a great choice of food served all day
Childrens’ outdoor adventure playgrounds
Pool and Snooker tables
Free Wi-fi in The Boathouse Bar
And if you need any essentials...
Park convenience store
Fully equipped launderette
The facilities are great, plenty of things to do and keep anyone occupied...
Outside the park...
Lincolnshire was voted third “must visit” location by Sunday Mirror Travel Times for 2015! This year Lincoln Castle celebrates 800 years since King John signed and sealed the Magna Carta. The stunning Lincoln Castle which currently holds one of the four original copies is set to re-open after a major revamp on April 1st 2015 with all four Magna Carta copies in the brand new Visitors Centre! Built in the 11th century: walk the castle walls or visit the Victorian prison and nearby is Lincoln Cathedral, where you can visit the “Young Victoria” exhibition or play ‘looking for the naughty Lincoln Imp’, within the beautiful carved walls of the Angel Choir.
If you want to get up, out and about, you couldn’t have picked a better county to explore. Lincolnshire has a wealth of diverse attractions to tickle the fancy of a wide range of visitors, whether young or old.
If climbing, canoeing, quad-biking, cycling, paint-balling and theme parks sound too energetic, you can soak up some history at a slower pace.
The National Trust property Tattershall Castle offers the chance to visit a dramatic 15th century tower with a moat, while the romantic Belvoir Castle is set in rolling countryside and home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. A pub lunch in one of the villages nearby makes for a perfect please-everybody excursion.
For more incredible architecture, 17th century Belton House in Grantham and the Elizabethan mansion of Burghley House at Stamford are both must-sees.
From stone castles to sand castles – during the summer, why not travel to one of our famous seaside resorts? There’s the classic candyfloss and amusements of Skegness or Cleethorpes, or quieter picnicking spots like Sutton-on-Sea.
South of ‘Skeggy’ is Gibraltar Point, a renowned nature reserve, teeming with birdlife. In a northerly direction from North Somercotes there is Donna Nook nature reserve, a breeding ground for seals which is open to the public.