The resort of Skegness boasts of
numerous indoor activities, including Pandas Palace, an exciting indoor venue for young
children. There are three indoor heated swimming pools an outdoor swimming pool (summer months), ten-pin bowling,
Laser Quest, just to mention a few indoor activities.
Not forgetting the ever popular arcades and bingo !
For the active, the coastal plain is only 9 miles from the undiscovered Lincolnshire Wolds, an
area of outstanding beauty. Visitors venturing here will find small picturesque
villages nestled in rolling landscapes. This is idyllic walking and cycling country,
offering miles of deserted country lanes, bridalways and tracks, where a
"pint" and a bar snack can be enjoyed in one of the many small pubs and Inns of
character. Look on your map for Old Bolingbroke, Tetford, Skendleby to mention a few.
Gibraltar Point, a designated Nature Reserve is located some 3 miles to the south of Skegness. Approached via Drummomd Road or by various tracks accessed from the southern Skegness beach, Gibraltar Point is a wonderful venue for those seeking peace, tranquility and unspoiled natural countryside. For more information visit www.lincstrust.co.uk .
Skegness is also a very popular venue for many National
level Bowls Tournaments welcoming the E.B.A and E.B.F
organisations. Skegness offers ;perhaps the finest quality Bowling Greens in the
country. Coupled with superb surrounding landscaped gardens and supporting facilities, the
greens dominate the centre of a beautiful and relaxing environment on the foreshore of the
is in abundance from lively pubs to late night clubs and ever
popular top-name shows. The majority of nightlife venues are located
close to the ;Clock Tower and Grand Parade.
Amusement parks are open until late and various alternative
attractions are present to test various skills and provide excellent
Skegness Carnival Week is well worth noting for a visit to the town, see Diary Events and www.skeg-carnival.org.uk for details and dates. Carnival week is
a period enjoyed by both locals and visitors alike and is the culmination of months of preparation by a
small, local self managed committee of local residents. During carnival week anything
can happen so be prepared for the unexpected! Traditionally carnival
week begins with the procession on Sunday, commencing at Wainfleet
Road Playing Fields, Skegness. Decorated floats meander as a procession through the town,
concluding to the north end of North Parade.
Activities continue every day during Carnival week where visitors are
welcome to join in with fantastic entertainment, displays and
competitions - children just love it!
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