The Great Outdoors

The Great Outdoors
Escape to the country in Lincolnshire
Natural Countryside
Leisurely walks and long distance treks through the
beautiful scenery of the Lincolnshire Countryside
Natural Coast
Miles of unspoilt coastline with beautiful scenery,
vibrant birdlife, and grey seals to find

Want to escape to the countryside? We’ve got some fantastic outdoor attractions and our fair share of breathtaking scenery too.

Explore Nature in Lincolnshire

The Lincolnshire countryside is rich in beauty and home to all sorts of species waiting to be discovered.

Well known for its flat landscape, there are big skies across the whole county. But that’s not to say Lincolnshire doesn’t have its fair share of rolling countryside, especially in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Discover Lincolnshire’s Nature Parks and Nature Reserves to search for colourful plant life and magnificent wild life.

Discover a hidden coastline away from the fun resorts, where sloping sand dunes embrace mile upon mile of golden sands – a place where nature thrives.

Lincolnshire has one of the largest unspoilt areas of coastline which is perfect for nature lovers and birdwatchers.

Explore one of the many coastal settlements of Saltfleetby, Moggs Eye, Gibraltar Point, Donna Nook, Anderby Creek and the Coastal Country Park to witness some of the UK’s best nature spotting reserves first hand.

Parks, Reserves, and Trails

Enjoy walks and treks through hidden valleys, sleepy stone villages and historic market towns in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that challenges misconceptions of Lincolnshire being flat.

10km of coastline, home to grey seals and their pups in November and December, and an array of birdlife including more uncommon passage migrants and rarities.

 From open countryside to coastline, unwind on leisurely trails or serious treks.

Known for its impressive views and sheer scale and diversity of wildlife, Gibraltar Point is worth visiting in different seasons to fully appreciate its landscape. 

Reedbeds, fresh water scrapes and wet grassland on the bank of The Wash near Boston, with 3km of trails and a number of hides for great close up views of wildlife.

Walk in the footsteps of Sir Isaac Newton on a trail which includes his birthplace at Woolsthorpe Manor and other off-the-beaten track locations accessible by foot and bike.

Enjoy more than six miles of footpaths around ponds and lakes, and learn more in the Natural World Centre. Look out for variety of birds and wildlife around the park, including nesting nightingales.

Explore 110 acres of country park and nature reserve on the bank of the Humber, discover how green you are with interactive displays or just chill out by the ponds and feed the ducks. 

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