Situated just off the old picturesque village of Folkingham is Low Farm.
This is a lovely small campsite that overlooks fields and pastures, yet is just off the old village, which is only a minute’s walk away.
The campsite has hardstanding for caravans as well as flat tent pitches. (It can’t accommodate large motorhomes).
Campfires are allowed if you have a fire pit that keeps it well clear of the ground.
There are showers, toilets, washing up facilities, chemical disposal point, and even a coin-operated laundrette.
We found Low Farm a great place to camp with the kids. Being a small campsite there wasn't a lot of car traffic, and the kids had plenty of space to run around.
Within the village, there is a local shop for any essentials you may have forgotten. If you don't fancy cooking, we can also recommend the New Inn pub just up the hill from the campsite.
Also in Folkingham village is the Chocolate House. When we stayed it was the Easter school holidays and the shop had a giant seven-foot Easter Egg, which weighed 160kg. It was on the BBC news the day before we visited.
Of course, the kids didn't let us leave without buying them some chocolates!
You can see a bit more of Low Farm campsite in our video below.
On The Map
Use the post code in your Sat Nav to get to the small village of Folkingham, then follow the brown camping road sign at the bottom of the hill at the end of the village. Low Farm is at the end of this small road. Zoom in on the map below to see the exact location and click on Get Directions to help navigate there.
AddressLow Farm Touring and Camping Park
Low Farm Touring and Camping Park, Spring Lane, Folkingham, Sleaford