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A large nature reserve with an onsite cafe exhibition centre and information.
The walks are routed via colour codes and lengths. Unfortunately you can't see ally.of the lakes as they are covered in bushes etc and can only look through the bird hide zones. Although...More
Lovely little gem of a place! Lovely park areas for the children to play in. Then we followed the yellow route as we had a 3, 10, 16 year old with us. It was a lovely walk around the lake, was just a shame we...More
Went here with my wife and two children who are 2 and 4. We parked and paid the £2 and enjoyed the well maintained paths around the lakes and stood on the railway bridge and watched the trains. We then had lunch in the cafe...More
Just discovered this park. There are 6 fantastic walks all on wheelchair friendly surfaces dogs are allowed. Spent a fantastic morning walking and bird watching. Great..
It has good facilities - food and toilets. Only cost is £2 to park the car.
The park is situated in the village of Thorpe on the Hill,a few minutes drive off of the A46.
We visited today and parked in the very large car park(blue badge park for free)and took one of the 6 available walks(which are relatively flat and...More
We arrived late in the afternoon and enjoyed a walk round part of the lake as the heat of a beautiful summer day began to calm down. The lake was full of water birds and gulls and we also saw a large variety of butterflies....More
We often visit the Whisby Nature Park as there are beautiful places to walk and all forms of nature to see and to top it, one can visit the litte tearoom afterwards and enjoy a scrumptious meal or cup of tea
I am a member of The Wildlife Trust and was delighted when my friend invited me to her birthday Celebrations at Whisby Nature Park. We were in the Cygnet Room. Lovely room for a function. You enter the room just inside the main building. There...More
Whilst the nature reserve is lovely, wheelchair accessible, lots to see and we'll kept, you MUST visit the Boardwalk cafe. I have had coffee and cake (lots of gluten free options) before, but had a full meal today. WOW. The food was amazing, freshly cooked,...More
My wife and I were enjoying a cycle ride from Lincoln and decided to follow the cycle 64 route and stumbled across this nature park in Whisby! Excellent discovery and free to walk around many miles of nature with plenty of hides (watch huts). Very...More