The daddy of all Father’s Day gifts – three-day activity break from £385th June 2013
Treat your dad to a weekend of fishing, jetskiing, wakeboarding, golf and regular opportunities to spot Dambusters and Spitfires as they fly over Tattershall Lakes Country Park this Father’s Day
If you are looking to spend some quality time with your dad this Father’s Day in the great outdoors, then look no further than Tattershall Lakes Country Park in Lincolnshire. We are offering Wild Camping for £38 for three nights over Father’s Day weekend, with a wide range of activities on the park to keep the whole family entertained.
There’s fishing, waterskiing, jetskiing, wakeboarding and miles of cycling tracks in the surrounding woodland to explore, as well as an 18-hole golf course to enjoy and a leisure complex that includes a pool, gym and spa.
An added attraction to Tattershall Lakes for dads is its proximity to RAF Coningsby, home to historic aircraft of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, including Dambusters and Spitfires, which regularly fly over the park.
A visit to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is a great day out for all the family, but also close by is the 11th-century Lincoln Castle, the National Trust property Tattershall Castle, the romantic Belvoir Castle is set in rolling countryside and home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, the 17th-century Belton House in Grantham and the Elizabethan mansion of Burghley House at Stamford. The city of Lincoln and its cathedral, as well as the seaside resort of Skegness.
Other activities in the country park for all the family include water walkerz (zorbing on water), archery, aquajets, abseiling, kayaking, flying remote control helicopters, geocoaching (high-tech treasure hunting game using GPS devices) and body zorbing.
In the evening, there is the Propeller Bar, which is the perfect spot to enjoy a meal while overlooking the main lake. There is also a Midnight Screen outdoor cinema with family films throughout the weekend, with popcorn to tuck into and blankets and hay bales to relax on. There is also a giant telescope to look at the moon and the stars through.