From Grantham road (A607) head towards RAF Waddington on to Mere Road. Parklands is located on right hand side.
A Medical Practice, Post Office and other conveniences are all within a 5 minute walk
Special Offers ***********OPEN WEEKEND***********
Our annual open is set for 27-28th June this year. Our Open Weekend always proves to be a popular event because visitors have a chance to speak with residents, view our showhome and speak with the park owners to get an all rounded experience of what life is like at Parklands of Lincoln.
Located in the popular village of Waddington just south of the city of Lincoln, Parklands makes for the ideal location. This newly developed residential park is designed for people over 50 and has all essential amenities within walking distance including a supermarket, post office, pharmacy, medical centre, pubs and restaurants, as well as two bus services to Lincoln and Grantham.
There are 20 plots and whilst there is no social centre on the park there is a strong sense of community within the park, as well as in the village of Waddington itself.
As a small development, it helps encourage a sense of community. With gated access, CCTV and a caretaker manager, residents can maximise their retirement, should they wish to spend their time at home or
away. Caravan and motorhome travellers will be pleased to know that Parklands has also made arrangements for the parking and storage of their tourers.
As a new and privately owned development, Parklands offers buyers the opportunity to choose from a larger choice of plots and to create their own bespoke home if they wish.
There is a choice of sizes, from 36ft to 46ft. All plots are mains connected and have their own private driveway with the option to add a Compton-style garage.
We also have arranged a part exchange scheme for those that would like to avoid the stress of selling their own home.
There is a park neighbouring Parklands for leisurely strolls, as well as other walks in the area. In fact, its location makes Parklands an ideal place for exploring, with many historic buildings and places to see. There are also recreational activities to enjoy, including golf, fishing and bowls.
These details were last updated on Tuesday 5th May 2015