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A collection of resorts, beaches and other locations for nude leisure

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A collection of resorts, beaches and other locations for nude leisure

A collection of resorts, beaches and other locations for nude leisure

Naturist Holidays

Naturist Holidays

Naturist Holidays

Lincolnshire

Eastmidlands Sunfolk is very friendly club sitting in seven acres near Lincoln. The site has around a hundred plots for static caravans for members and space for twelve tourers with electric hook-up. This is only rated at two amps, so some adjustments to cooking methods need to be made; for example, no microwave ovens, although there are two microwave ovens available to visitors.

 

The clubhouse has a large hall equipped with tables and chairs and a large conservatory with more tables and chairs. There is also a television lounge and a games room. A catering standard kitchen and ladies and gents lavatories and showers complete the facilities there.

 

In addition there are two separate shower and lavatory blocks, one of which also holds a washing up area and Elsan disposal point. There is a small heated outdoor swimming pool, and miniten courts, boules courts and a shuffleboard court.

 

Wi-fi is available in the clubhouse and is included in the site fee.

Eastmidland Sunfolk - 2017

Eastmidland Sunfolk - 2017

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The site is a haven for wildlife: while we were there we saw hares, rabbits, grey squirrels, red-legged partidges, magpies, blackbirds, robins, great tits, pied wagtails, chaffinches, woodpigeons, magpies and crows on the site; buzzards, swallows and a kestrel overhead; and a fox that walked onto the drive just outside the gates as we were approaching.

 

We spent six nights here as part of a tour of the country and really enjoyed our stay. The members that we met were all very friendly and welcoming. While we were there the monthly quiz was run and we were pleased to come second.

 

From here we went to Lincoln to visit the cathedral. We also visited Southwell Minster some twenty miles to the south and Whisby Nature Park a few miles from the site.

There is a small village store and post office at Newton-on-Trent, a short distance away, and a large Tesco and a large Waitrose on the edge of Lincoln.  A park and ride scheme runs from the Waitrose car park into the city and for those who have them, bus passes are valid.

 

For caravan bits and pieces, including Calor gas refills, there is a caravan shop not too far away.