The villages of Mumby and Hogsthorpe lie within the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park (LCCP) a few miles inland from the coast. Mumby’s origins date back to the Anglo-Saxon period and Hogsthorpe was first recorded in the 12th century. Mumby is situated on the A52 14 ½ km (9 miles) north of Skegness in the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park.
This walk will take you past three pubs, The Red Lion at Mumby and the Saracens Head and Victoria Tavern in Hogsthorpe
The Coastal Country Park stretches along the coast from Sandilands to Chapel St Leonards, and inland to Hogsthorpe, Mumby, Anderby and Huttoft. There are miles of stunning sandy beaches, wildlife packed nature reserves and varied attractions including the North Sea Observatory, Cloud Bar, Round and Round House and Sound Tower.
Partner organisations are working together Partner organisations are working together to provide high quality facilities for people, better protection for wildlife and landscape and increased opportunities for people to experience and enjoy this part of the Lincolnshire coast.
The Inns on the Edge project is funded by Historic England to look at the significance of rural pubs along the Lincolnshire coast. As well as researching the history of these valued historic pubs the project will also look at the pressures on these businesses and the opportunities for them to thrive and innovate
The walk uses field paths, tracks and quiet lanes and may be muddy in places. You are likely to encounter stiles and livestock on this walk.
Walk length: 8km (5 miles) or 9.5km (6 miles) At a leisurely pace the walk will take approximately 2.5 or 3 hours to complete.
Parking: Please park responsibly in the village. Public transport: Buses run regularly between Skegness and Mablethorpe.
For further information and times call the Traveline on 0871 200 2233 or visit the Lincs Bus website.
lincolnshire coastal country park
The Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park is a stretch of 5 miles of coastline running from Sandilands to Chapel St Leonards, and inland to Hogsthorpe, Mumby, Anderby and Huttoft. It includes eight Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust nature reserves, unspoilt beaches and sand dunes with plenty of birdlife to discover.