Boultham Park

Boultham Park is an area 2 miles from Lincoln city centre that consists of a large lake, a fully equipped playground and gardens. There is also an annual fair and summer games including bowls and tennis.

The area was once part of a much larger private estate, but it was bought in 1929 by the City of Lincoln Council, and opened as a public park for the people of Lincoln.

The park recently received a much improved play area, which officially opened in April 2011, the design of the play area was chosen by approximately 200 children from St Francis school.

Boultham Park is a much-valued green space and supports a wealth of wildlife species as well as providing a valuable play area for children. There is also a summer fair each year with lots to see and do, with a multitude of rides, face painting etc.

The Boultham Park Project is an exciting £3.7 million development designed to restore this 50-acre green space in the south of Lincoln and create new facilities. To find out move visit

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The heritage connect Lincoln site allows you to explore the character areas in the City of Lincoln and has a wealth of information on the history and development of the chosen area.

How to find us:

Boultham Park
Boultham Park Road

Boultham Park is situated to the South West of Lincoln, running parallel to Tritton Road.