Bounded by large hedges and trees, secluded Cottage Waters Camping and Caravan site offers exclusive adult only breaks in the tranquil village of Cumberworth near Skegness. The wonderfully spacious plots of our popular campsite are set in 6.5 acres of grassy meadows and are perfectly placed as a base to explore the surrounding picturesque Lincolnshire countryside.

We have an onsite private fishing lake available to guests. please click here.

Why not bring your bike along to discover some of the stunning local scenery as we are ideally based on a cycle route. Fresh water is available along with a chemical disposal point. We also have 16 amp electrical hook up points available. These are metered and charged at the standard rate.

On arrival someone will be available to show you where to go. If you have been before please make your way to your pitch.

Arrivals: 12:00 pm
Departure: 11:00 am


Camping Tariff:-

Tourers and Motor Homes (2 adults) £10 per night
Trailer Tents (2 adults) £10 per night
Tents (2 adults) £10 per night
Extra Person £2 per night
Extra Car £2 per day
Awnings No charge
Dogs (max 2) No charge

Parking for residents is available adjacent to their pitches.
Parking is available for residents and visitors on the entrance driveway.
We assure you, you will have a very quiet stay in the most beautiful surroundings. We are here and are happy to help you.



Camping holidays are great because they are one of the few options that allow you to take your dog on holiday too.
Dogs are welcome free of charge at Cottage Waters, all we ask is you follow a few simple rules:

* Owners are responsible for the behaviour of their animals.
* We do not allow on site any breed of dog listed under the Dangerous Dogs act 1991.
* Dogs are not allowed to be loose on site and must be kept on a lead no longer than 2m.
* Don't leave dogs on their own in caravans and tents, they must be taken with you. They get very hot in the summer months.
* Do not allow your dog to enter the lake.
* Proprietary pet cages are only allowed within the confines of the unit including an awning.
* Dogs should be exercised off site, there are public footpaths nearby.
* Owners must ensure that their pets do not foul the site and are responsible for cleaning up after them.
* If it is deemed a pet is creating a nuisance or causing disturbance to others, their owner will be asked to remove them from site.