Fairy Dell Skegness
Average time spent – up to 1 hour
Things to do at Fairy Dell Skegness review
If you visit here expecting fairies then my advice is don’t go as this place has nothing to do with fairies. If, however, you are looking for somewhere for the kids to be able to safely play in water then this is the place for you. The best bit about it is it is free.
The Fairy Dell paddling pool can be found at the top left of the boating lake (the boating lake is to the left of Skegness Aquarium). It is really tucked away so keep walking and you will find out. It is open from May to September and it is one of the best free things to do with kids in the area.
It is a really lovely paddling pool with sprinklers and an ornamental fountain. Kids will love making their way around the little pools and there’s plenty of seating around the outside. It was fully renovated just a few years ago and now has lovely soft flooring. There are public toilets nearby.
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Important Information Fairy Dell Skegness
Facilities in brief – Free paddling pool with a fountain and sprinklers near the boating lake in Skegness. There are public toilets nearby
Entry price – *FREE – Fairy Dell is free to use. If you are bringing the car there is limited free parking nearby but your best bet is to park in a pay and display car park. There is a large car park next to the boating lake.
Opening: Open from May to September.
Address: Serena Rd, Skegness PE25 3HW, Lincolnshire, England.
Category – Paddling Pool – Outdoors – Suitable for all ages