Your top five places to go this Bank Holiday Weekend to ensure you are in West Lindsey and 'Loving A Health Life'!

Your top five places to go this Bank Holiday Weekend to ensure you are in West Lindsey and ‘Loving A Health Life’!

Date published: 05 May 2018

As part of the West Lindsey, Loving A Healthy Life Campaign, we want to highlight some of the activities to get you out and about this Bank Holiday weekend – or any weekend for that matter. Here is just a small selection of the attractions nearby…

Fiskerton Fen: This 7.2-hectare fenland landscape nature reserve with open water and reed bed is perfect for birdwatching or to enjoy a walk with all the family. Lying on the south side of the Fiskerton to South Ferry Road, 3kms east of Fiskerton, the lovely lake is maintained by rainwater, allowing specialist wetland animals and plants to thrive. It is open all day, all year round and contains some of the rarest bird species in Lincolnshire, including the bittern and marsh harrier.

Love walking in the Lincolnshire Wolds: Caistor is West Lindsey’s gem of the Wolds…why not give it a try this Bank Holiday? As those who love the Wolds will know, this is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has received national recognition for its rolling hills and unspoilt landscape. For more details on all the walks in the Caistor area go to

Walk around three-acres – you won’t even realise you have done it!: Mill Farm Garden, Caistor contains more than three-acres of hilltop garden with formal planting to the front and a ‘plant wonderland’ to the back! There’s a small nursery too, so you can buy your own plants and get some more exercise putting them in your gardens at home.

Fitness and fun! Wild Pines Park is an expanding Activity Centre just east of Market Rasen. With a 26-metre long high ropes course, complete with three zip wires and the ‘ultimate ropes course’ experience, the venue is fantastic fun to get you out and about.

A walk along the Trent:  Marton and the River Trent is a 3-mile walk taking in the river banks of the Trent. The route starts in Marton, on the A156, Lincoln to Gainsborough road and despite its fairly short length, the route is packed with interest.

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