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Parks, Open Spaces and Waterways in Lincoln
Enjoy the great outdoors

Boat tours, nature parks, beautiful commons and flowing rivers

View of West Common

Parks, Open Spaces and Waterways in Lincoln
Enjoy the great outdoors

Boat tours, nature parks, beautiful commons and flowing rivers

View of Brayford Waterfront

Parks, Open Spaces and Waterways in Lincoln
Enjoy the great outdoors

Boat tours, nature parks, beautiful commons and flowing rivers

View of Whisby Nature Park

Explore the great outdoors in Lincoln's City Centre and surrounding countryside.

With hundreds of acres of picturesque landscapes, Lincolnshire is perfect for those Sunday afternoon walks. 

Discover the world of wildlife at the Natural World Centre in Whisby Nature Park and walk through the woods and around the lakes. 

Only a short distance from Lincoln's High Street you can enjoy the beautiful gardens, lakes and fountains at Lincoln Arboretum. The Grade II historical park is the perfect place for a picnic. 

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Cultural Quarter, City of Lincoln

Lincoln Arboretum

Lincoln Arboretum

The Arboretum is a park of Grade II historical importance, containing beautiful gardens, lakes, fountains and a children's play area.

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3-10 miles from Lincoln, Villages & Countryside

Whisby Nature Park

Whisby Nature Park

With over six miles of footpaths around Whisby's famous ponds and lakes and the Natural World Centre, Whisby Nature Park is a great place for a family day out.

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City of Lincoln, Lincoln Suburbs

Boultham Park

Boultham Park

Take a walk around Boultham Park's lake, play in the children's playground or enjoy the annual fair just south of Lincoln city centre.

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City of Lincoln

Liquorice Park

Liquorice Park

Liquorice Park is located in Lincoln's West End and has been part of the local community since 1998 when the Liquorice Park Millennium Green Trust was established with a grant from the Countryside Agency in 1998.

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City of Lincoln, Lincoln Suburbs, 3-10 miles from Lincoln, 11-20 miles from Lincoln, Villages & Countryside

Water Rail Way Cycle Route

Water Rail Way Cycle Route

Take a walk or cycle ride along the Water Rail Way: a purpose built trail linking Lincoln to Boston with a range of artwork along the route.

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11-20 miles from Lincoln, Villages & Countryside

Stourton Estates

Stourton Estates

A traditional family farm, offering guided walks and tractor rides to see the resident herd of red deer and a year of events and festivals.

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City of Lincoln, Lincoln Suburbs

Lincoln South Common

Lincoln South Common

Including a playground and regular fairs and circuses, Lincoln's South Common is a popular grassy park in the south of Lincoln.

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City of Lincoln, Lincoln Suburbs

Lincoln West Common

Lincoln West Common

Lincoln's West Common is a 100 hectare, green space with excellent views of Lincoln Cathedral. At the west limit of Lincoln, this grassy area is home to wildlife as well as a space for outdoor sports.

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Brayford Waterfront, City of Lincoln, Lincoln Suburbs, 3-10 miles from Lincoln, Villages & Countryside

Fossdyke Canal Trail

Fossdyke Canal Trail

The Fossdyke Canal Trail runs alongside the Fossdyke Navigation, a Roman built canal which joins the tidal River Trent to Lincoln's High Bridge.

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