Outdoors & Nature in Lincolnshire

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The River Slea Walk, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

The River Slea Walk, Sleaford

The beautiful River Slea is an 18-mile long tributary of the River Witham. It was once a thriving hub of industry and featured 18 watermills. Now, only Cogglesford Mill remains. These were once considerd the most important mills in the country. The waterway and surrounding countryside is brimm...

River Witham Walks, Bracebridge, Lincolnshire

River Witham Walks, Bracebridge

Bracebridge is a village located south of Lincoln. It is one of the starting points in two circular walks (the other from North Hykeham) that offer stunning views from the banks of the River Witham and the Lincoln Cliff. The two walks are 4.5 miles and 2.5 miles, respectively....

Central Park, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Central Park, Scunthorpe

With winding footpaths, cycleways and beautiful beds, Central Park is Scunthorpe’s premier park. Accessed from the Kingsway on the A18 there is ample parking on offer. There is also a secondary car par park at the side of the Civic Centre from Ashby Road. Delightful gardens, borders and tree...

Chapel Point Beach, Chapel St Leonards, Lincolnshire

Chapel Point Beach, Chapel St Leonards

A sandy dune covered beach which was a WWII coastal defence looking out across the North Sea.There are no dog control measures in place so walking along the beach is available all year round.

Aubourn and Haddington Circular Walk, Aubourn, Lincolnshire

Aubourn and Haddington Circular Walk, Aubourn

There are two very scenic, circular walks around the villages of Aubourn and Haddington. The first walk begins at the Royal Oak Public House car park and is 3.75miles through open countryside on good farm tracks. The second walks begins at the Stepping Out car park and is also 3.75miles but tr...

Skellingthorpe Old Wood Walk, Skellingthorpe, Lincolnshire

Skellingthorpe Old Wood Walk, Skellingthorpe

Skellingthorpe Old Wood is an ancient woodland within Witham Valley Country Park. The walk is 4.6 miles. Beautifully scenic it lies close to the village of Skellingthorpe and is easily accessed on foot, by bike or on horseback. It is a varied site with a mixture of ancient oak, lime woodland and...

Far Ings National Nature Reserve, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

Far Ings National Nature Reserve, Barton-upon-Humber

For centuries the thick layer of clay which borders the Humber estuary has been used to make tiles, bricks and cement.At the industry's height in the late 1800s, hundreds of men were employed to dig the clay by hand. The tile yards were abandoned in the 1950s, leaving the pits to fill naturally with...

Heckington Fen Walk, Heckington, Lincolnshire

Heckington Fen Walk, Heckington

A long circular walk across a mix of grassy banks, rough pasture and farmland which can be muddy. The walk also has a small amount of road walking and there are stiles, kissing gates and steps. It begins at Heckington Village green (there is limited parking spaces) and is six miles in length a...

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park, Friskney, Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park, Friskney

Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is one of the UK’s largest animal sanctuaries. Our residents come from all walks of life and from all over the world. We have an amazing array of animals that our dedicated keepers work with daily, from Tigers to Parrots and lots in between! The National Parrot San...

Boston Road Recreation Ground, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Boston Road Recreation Ground, Sleaford

A very popular park in the town of Sleaford. There are open lawns, mature trees, benches, an enclosed toddler playground, toilets, a refreshment kiosk, tennis courts and a newly-relaid skate park. Ideal for all ages. Busy at weekends. * image courtesy Mark Suffield

Ashbyville Nature Reserve, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Ashbyville Nature Reserve, Scunthorpe

Popular with dog walkers, this local nature reserve is an ideal spot for stretching the legs and getting plenty of fresh air. The site is managed by North Lincolnshire Council.

Jubilee Park, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire

Jubilee Park, Woodhall Spa

Woodhall Spa is a civil parish and village in the East Lindsey district of the county, within a wooded area on the Southern edge of the Wolds.Jubilee Park, owned by the Parish Council, offers a fantastic and hughly popular swimming pool, tennis courts, lawn cricket, bowls, a safe and fun play park f...

Hedgehog Care Centre, Authorpe, Lincolnshire

Hedgehog Care Centre, Authorpe

Lincolnshire's famous little hedgehog hospital was started around the 1980's. Run by Elaine Drewery, it exists and survives purely on donations and the goodwill of others.Visitors are made very welcome but do call first.

Barretts Recreation Ground, Grimsby, Lincolnshire

Barretts Recreation Ground, Grimsby

With wide open lawns and a play area for younger children, Barretts Recreation Ground is a popular spot for local residents. There are also tennis courts and a bowling green. A local volunteer group have taken on the responsibility of locking and unlocking the park gates since counci...

Butt Lane Park, Laceby, Lincolnshire

Butt Lane Park, Laceby

With a multi-use games area and fully-equipped play area for younger children, Butt Lane Park is a popular location within the village of Laceby. Laceby is a village and civil parish in the north east pocket of the county and is situated on the A46 road, just outside the western boundary of...