GETTING AROUND MABLETHORPE

There are a few choices available to you for getting around Mablethorpe, however the main forms of transport primarily operate from the biggest campsite in Mablethorpe ( Golden Sands ) to the town itself.

Below are the options that you can choose from.

JACKSONS LAND TRAIN

JACKSONS LAND TRAIN MABLETHORPEJACKSONS LAND TRAIN MABLETHORPE

Jacksons land train is a fun way to travel from the north end of Mablethorpe in to the town, and back again. It can pick you up directly from Golden Sands Holiday Park, and also stops across the road from Mablethorpe Chalet Park.

This is a firm favourite with 1000s of visitors throughout the year, with realistic train noises and songs playing during your journey, the kids will be sure to remember their trip. You also receive a free ticket gift which you can redeem at Jacksons Amusements, the train stops and picks up from there.

Starting on the hour the train leaves from the main town approximately every 20 minutes, and costs £1 per journey each way.

Jacksons Land Train begins operating in March and ends at the end of the October half term.


STAGECOACH OPEN TOP DOUBLE DECKER

OPEN TOP DOUBLE DECKER TO GOLDEN SANDSOPEN TOP DOUBLE DECKER TO GOLDEN SANDS

Another enjoyable way to travel from the north end of Mablethorpe to the town centre and back again, is via the open top double decker bus. Again this will pick you up from Golden Sands Holiday Park, and also from the car park at the Ferry Boat pub. If you are staying at the Mablethorpe Chalet Park you can also catch this bus at the stop across the road.

The bus leaves Golden Sands at the following times.

Monday to Friday - 10:17am and then every half hour until 18:17 - Please note that after 13:17 the next bus will not be until 14:17

The above service is only available during the school holidays.

Saturdays - Sundays & Public Holidays - 10:17am and then every half hour until 18:17 - Please note that after 13:17 the next bus will not be until 14:17

The above service is available from March 25th onwards.

If you are wanting to get back to the holiday parks on Quebec Road, you can catch this bus from the stop on Seacroft Road opposite the bus station, ( near to the coop supermarket ) I'll pin this on a google map at the end of this section.

The bus leaves from this stop at the following times.

Monday to Friday - 10am and then every half hour until 18:00 - Please note that after 13:30 the next bus will not be until 14:30

The above service is only available during the school holidays.

Saturdays - Sundays & Public Holidays - 10am and then every half hour until 18:00 - Please not that after 13:30 the next bus will not be until 14:30.

The above service is available from the 25th of March.




The bus stop in Mablethorpe on Seacroft road can be viewed on the following google map.


TAXIS

If you don't fancy the walk home after the other modes of transport have finished for the day, or your accommodation is situated at the south end of the town, then a taxi might be just what you need when it comes to getting around Mablethorpe.

I've mentioned this in the useful numbers section about the taxis, and it's worth remembering. If you do need to book a taxi, try and book as far in advance as you possibly can, there can be a wait of up to an hour, and at weekends during busy periods sometimes even longer.

Metered taxis are not used in Mablethorpe, so it shouldn't cost you anymore than around £3.50 to get anywhere in the town, more often than not a lot less, depending on where you are going to, and from, of course.

I'll add the 3 main taxi operators in Mablethorpe, and pin the location of their rank on a google map as well.

Streetkars - 01507 477256


A1 Taxis - 01507 472295


A To B Taxis - 01507 477915

GETTING AROUND MABLETHORPE SUMMARY

With all of these options, you should find it easy enough in getting around Mablethorpe, if it's a lovely day you also have the option of a stroll along the seafront. In the ( you might also like section ) I'll add the Mablethorpe Sand Train, this is also a fantastic way to make your way into the town from the holiday parks on Quebec Road, and certainly a trip the kids will enjoy.


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