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The Lincolnshire countryside site helps you get the most from your trip to the countryside.

  • People walking in countryside


    In Lincolnshire there are over 2500 miles (4000km) of public rights of way as well as walking festivals.

  • Cycle routes


    With quiet country lanes and cycle paths it couldn’t be easier to explore the county on two wheels.

  • Photo of carriage horses


    A variety of riding and carriage driving routes including the Lindsey Trail for carriage drivers and riders.

  • Public Rights of Way sign

    Access map

    The countryside Access Map of routes and open areas with public access for walking, cycling and riding.

  • Photograph of Ramblers at Fiskerton

    Countryside Access Volunteering

    If you enjoy spending time in the countryside why not volunteer and help manage rights of way.

  • Image of a Compass and map

    Definitive map

    Public rights of way are recorded on Definitive Maps and described in accompanying statements.

  • Advice for farmers & landowners


    Landowners and farmers have a key role to play in keeping the access network in good shape.

  • What is a public right of way?

    Temporary Closures

    Rights of way can only be closed with permission from the County Council. Closures are usually only for short periods of time in the interest of public safety when works are taking place in the proximity.

  • Countryside For All

    Detailed access information leaflets for 16 countryside sites across Lincolnshire, including features.

Report a problem

Report a problem on a public right of way such as overgrown vegetation or a missing way marker, direct to Countryside Services.

Report a problem

Image Gallery

old oak at Great Gonerby

Admire beautiful photography from the Lincolnshire countryside.

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Last updated: 29 November 2017

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