We stopped here for a two night stop on our way home from a late summer tour.
We had been scheduled to stop at another Lincolnshire site but unfortunately that had been forced to close due to flooding so Skybarn Farm came to our rescue.
I had remembered it from discussions on a Facebook site so I made an on-line reservation, which involved the exchange of several emails and the requirement to pay a deposit by bank transfer, in fact I paid the whole fee as that equalled the deposit required, all a bit of a faff, but completed eventually!
Our unplanned visit coincided with a depressingly damp period of weather, a situation that almost certainly coloured our impression. Arriving at a site in a rainstorm is never a good thing.
The site is easily accessible from the near by A47 but this same ease of access meant that traffic noise was irritatingly high, no doubt exacerbated by the prevailing wet roads and wind direction, but we soon tuned it out.
Access to the site was by way of a coded electric gate on a hard access road.
The gravelled pitches are small but well spaced and are provided with electricity, water supply and a grey water drain, not that I carry a drain hose but it was a nice thought.
There is also a very well stocked information hut with waste bins and sewage disposal points adjacent.
Walking paths around the farm’s fields are sign posted and appreciated by us and our dog.
Overall a neat, well maintained site and good value site.