This is our second visit to this campsite. Facilities were spotless. Main quirk of the toilet block is that you have to supply your own toilet paper. Showers have regulated hot water. All pitches are within easy reach of the toilets.
Campsite very well maintained. There are only a few touring pitches as most of the pitches are seasonal. The pitches are hardstanding with a pavement around the edge and grass surrounding this. There is ample room for the caravan and an awning. Hookup is at each pitch. We had two cars and were allowed both on site as there are extra parking spaces next to the toilet block. The site is very large as there are chalets, bungalows, static caravans and two large ponds. Each area is fenced and there are dog walks along the fencing. Fishing is allowed.
It's approx 5 minute walk to the beach. There is a car park there and a cafe. Dogs are allowed on the beach and we went every evening to walk our dogs.
Chapel St Leonards is a lively village. They have a good variety of shops including a Co-op. There are plenty of cafes and takeaways. There is access to the beach from the village centre although we didn't go so cannot comment.
There is a pub within walking distance of the campsite which does meals and welcomes children until 9pm. Meals are very good value for money.
All in all, another fantastic holiday and we will be returning again next year.
Lovely clean and quiet site. This is a very large site, mainly for statics and chalets. There are a lot of seasonal pitches for touring caravans as well. Dog walk round the outside of the caravan site. Five minutes walk from the beach - there is a cafe and public toilets there. Beach is dog friendly.
As mentioned on previous reviews, there is no toilet paper in the toilets! However, the toilets were very clean. They were cleaned regularly and were not closed as is normal on camp sites. Only downside is the size of the shower cubicle - on the small side. There is a bath in a separate area for those who like a soak.
We will definitely be going again, hopefully later on this year.
Just had a 3 night stay with our touring van. This site is unbelievably quiet, good clean showers although no locks on the doors, toilets you have to take your own paper!
Shop, chippy, cafe and pub nearby, and beach is close. Site is a mile from Chapel but this is why its so quiet. Would return for another holiday here. Site is very well looked after staff are friendly.
This was our 1st visit to this site and won't be our last, what a brilliant site 'eastfields park' is, some friends of ours have had a chalet on the site for 20yrs and I can see why.
The touring section has large, level pitches, all with ehu.
The toilet / shower block is modern and spotlessly clean, though you need to remember to take your own toilet paper as this is NOT provided, (seems they used to have a problem with it going missing).
The grounds in-side the park are tidy and well maintained, all the we staff spoke to were very friendly & helpful
For those with children there's plenty of room for them to let off steam.
Although the site is large, we were really surprised at how quiet the site is despite it's size and the number of people staying there during our visit.
Even with just the most basic of digital aerial's the t. V. Reception was perfect, not that we saw much telly during our stay.
If, like us you take your dog away with you, there's a dedicated dog walk around the edge of the site'
The site also benefits from having it's own fishing lake, although I didn't try it on this trip, so not really sure what species it holds, my mate did tell me he's often seen specimen size carp caught.
N. B. There is a £20. 00 deposit, for the toilet key & swipe card for the security gate at the site entrance
Local amenities close to the site inc' shop, pub's ( serving reasonably priced food), bus stop and cafe all within 5-10mins walk. A little further afield (15 - 20 min walk) is the centre of chapel st leonards, which has shops, pubs, kebab house, Italian & Indian restaurants, even a couple of amusement arcades
If the weather is fine you can walk along the sea front into 'ingoldmels', although it is in truth a good walk away but all flat ( took us about an hour), en-route you pass the 'admiral benbow' beach bar, well worth a visit.
In short eastfields is a well maintained, well situated site, that I would highly recommend
Lovely caravan site, mainly surrounded by statics and seasonal pitches. Toilets were dated but exceptionally clean.
You have to take your own toilet roll, which I found very strange, but other than that they were perfect. Nice location, 2 mins walks from beach at Chapel Point. Chapel St Leonards is a good 15 min walk away.
Shop, pub and chip shop all within 5 min walk from site. Friendly and helpful staff at reception. Pitches were well maintained, nothing in the way of a view, but nice nonetheless.
Would return if visiting the area again. Dog friendly walk around the perimeter of the site.
We have been going to Eastfields for years. We take the children and the dog. Stopping in one of the many brick built chalets. They have a bathroom with shower, kitchen fully kitted out, sleep upto 6, living room, conservatory and an enclosed yard which is ideal for the dog. The beach is just over the road and very sandy.There are pubs and cafe's along the flat road to Chapel st leonards. The local shop and chip shop are around the corner. We usually head towards the north of Chapel as Skegness gets a bit too busy in the summer months. There is no nightclub on site which is great for peace and quiet holiday. Only downfalls are there is no laundrette or shop on site and no ball games, even on the large grass areas?
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