East Lindsey District Council is to consider outline plans for a new £9.5m holiday village in Ingoldmells.
The scheme include 449 static caravan plots, 30 lodges, 40-bed hotel, pub, petrol station and leisure facilities.
The 10-year development, which aims to attract new visitors for generations to come, is the brainchild of the owners of Hardys Animal Farm.
The 206-acre village would be set in beautifully landscaped woodland with lakes, wildlife trails, a cross-country park and paths through to the beach. The sports facilities would include a gym, swimming pool and riding school
The project is expected to create more than 100 jobs and generate over £13.2 million per year for the local economy in visitor spend.