Welcome to Virley House Tourer Park, Croft near Skegness.
The site is owned and managed by the owners, Martin and Margaret; ably assisted by Mick; your on-site warden.
Virley House Tourer Park sits in 5 acres of lawned grassland which is Mick’s pride and joy! Tourers are allocated generous pitches which easily accommodate a tourer, two cars, awning and groundsheet.
There are five easily accessible fresh water taps and two chemical closet disposal points.
Tourers are served by fifteen free standing 10 amp electric points, with night safety lights to aid visitor movement.
Visitors have the use of a large fishing lake on site at a minimal charge – see fishing details. There is a wide variety of large fish to keep most fisher folk busy during the hours of daylight whilst partners and family can either watch the excitement or relax in the peaceful surroundings.
There are 20 acres of agricultural land adjacent to the site which can be used by walkers with dogs or simply strollers with time to enjoy the scenery.
There are two flocks of Hebridean pedigree sheep in both field, so we would be obliged if visitors would keep dogs on leads at all times.
There are also five fresh water ponds in the field which attract a variety of water and wild life species of birds and animals.