Whisby Nature Park

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Whisby Nature Park has been designed to allow as many visitors as possible to see and enjoy wildlife associated with a wide variety of habitats. An information centre with interpretive displays (Whisby Natural World) is located at the entrance on Moor Lane. Many attractive walks of varying lengths are described in the displays and are waymarked.

From the bank good views over the lakes lying between the Pike Drain. To the right of the bridge are three birdwatching hides. Many wading birds stop off on migration. In the copses and scrub many other nesting birds may be seen, including reed and sedge warblers, whitethroat and lesser whitethroat, nightingale, green woodpecker and willow tit.

There is a foot-bridge over the railway that leads to another part of the Nature Park

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Whisby Nature Park lies to the west of the Lincoln relief road (A46). From the roundabout at the southern end of the relief road (A46), take the first turning to the left, or from the north take the first turning to the right after passing over the railway bridge. This is Moor Lane and the entrance to the Nature Park will be found just beyond Little Thorpe Lane, on the right. The A46 approach is marked by brown tourist signs.





Dogs on leads are welcomed. Thorpe Lake alone is set aside for dogs off the lead, but we consider it best that owners using this facility have a lead available. There are five dog-waste bins around Thorpe Lake to help owners to keep the Nature Park clean.


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