Renowned as a top destination for fishing holidays in Skegness and Lincolnshire, Roach Farm boasts several well-stocked fishing lakes.
With its secluded countryside setting and mature trees, Roach Farm is a popular place to fish for carp, bream, tench, roach, rudd and perch.
Whether you’re a novice or an expert angler our lakes will certainly provide you with a challenge.
Our quiet lakes, with a variety of pegs in differing locations, means there’s also new spot where you can try your luck. On site there’s also a handy shop packed with fishing equipment, tackle and bait so you can stock up.
You can fish from just £4 per rod per day, however there are preferential rates for our touring holiday guests whilst staying on park. Annual fishing permits start from £100.
Bring your touring caravan and enjoy top quality fishing in a beautiful setting. Sound good?
Roach Farm is the perfect place for fishing breaks in Skegness– and all at our outstanding value for money.
Take a closer look at our fishing lakes by browsing the gallery of images below
Got a question about fishing at Roach Farm Park? Take a look at our FAQs below where it may already have been answered…
Q: Do I need a licence to fish at Roach Farm Park?
A: Yes, you will require an Environment Agency Rod Licence, available on line from and you will also need to purchase either a day ticket or weekly pass
Q: How much does it cost to fish at Roach Farm Park?
A: Fishing costs from £4 per rod per day. There are preferential rates for our touring holiday guests whilst staying on park. Annual fishing permits start from £100
Q: Can local residents also fish here?
A: Yes, the park is open to everyone and we welcome our local residents
Q: Are there any restrictions on what sort of bait I can use?
A: Yes, you cannot use ground bait, hemp, tares or bloodworm. We only allow barbless fishing hooks too.
Q: What fish can I catch at Roach Farm?
A: Roach, Rudd, Carp, Perch, Tench, Bream, Gudgeon, Eels, Crucian Carp
Q: Can I keep the fish I catch?
A: No, all fish must be carefully returned to the lake
Q: How deep is the water at Roach Farm?
A: The lakes vary in depth from approximately 4 feet to 10 feet deep in places