Walking at Whisby Nature Park & Natural World Centre

Whisby Nature Park offers a variety of walks to include the different lakes and habitats in the park. These walking areas cover almost 6.5 miles.

There is a set of seven large interpretation boards explaining the habitats and species to be seen through the seasons around Whisby Nature Park.

A trail guide can be collected from reception in the Natural World Centre, showing the different walks available.

The Nature Park hosts a range of guided walks throughout the year. These walks are hosted by the Wardens based at the reserve. Please contact 01522 500676 for further information.

Life Trail Health Walks are walks for the older visitors, who are wanting to improve their fitness levels, are also held at the park.


Walks led by a Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust warden.

Monthly Sunday morning Wildlife Walks March-October 10.30 am. An easy walk. All manner of wildlife interpreted. A volunteer from Whisby Wildlife WATCH is usually available for the benefit of children on the walk.

Monthly Sunday morning Wildlife Survey Walks March-October 10.30. This walk seeks out less obvious wildlife to obtain records for the Whisby Wildlife database. Little known and confusing species of plants and insects are a particular target.

May Bank Holiday Walks to hear Nightingales. 6.00 am on Sunday morning and 8.00 on Monday evening. Booking is essential to control numbers on these walks.

See lincstrust.org.uk/reserves/Whisby/index.php

Whisby Nature Park & Natural World Centre offers a Group Walking programme, to find out more, click here.