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One thing Lincolnshire has to offer is spectacular views from untouched beaches to tranquil countryside. With a short car journey or a walk, explore on foot the best scenery of the region. 

Coastal Country Park

The Coastal Country Park contains beaches and nature reserves ideal for long walks. With facilities for visitors, spend the day looking for wildlife in its natural habitat. Expect to see a range of birds of prey, thousands of migrating birds as well as washed up starfish, mermaid's purses and sea potato.

Walking is a great way to explore the areas, with three circular routes starting from Huttoft, Anderby Creek and Chapel Point. 

  • Dogs are welcome but must be kept under control 

Hubbards Hills 

An area of natural beauty, Hubbards Hills is located in the small town of Louth.  A perfect spot for nature walks; expect to see a highly unique glacial overspill channel formed as a result of the last ice age, over 40,000 years ago.


Dog walking and picnics are a must!

Lincolnshire Wolds

Across the Lincolnshire Wolds enjoy un-spoilt views and fresh air. With a range of routes to take, explore the ancient woodland and abundance of wildlife and rare flowers. 

  • Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a short lead

Hills & Hamlets 

Treck through grass paths and quiet lanes on a circular path from Louth to Tathwell, Raithby and back. Expect to see great views of Stenigot Mast on a clear day.

  • Distance: 6.5 miles (10.5 km)

  • Time: Approx. 3 hours at a leisurely pace

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Sandilands National Trust

A new nature reserve, Sandilands is the perfect spot to have a stroll. Its aims are to bring the area back to its former glory of wild sand dunes and wetlands. With wildlife located there, it is advised that dogs are kept on a short lead.

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