Chapel Six Marshes


As well as a car park and picnic site there is a wetland area with open water, sand dunes, shrubs and trees which all provide homes for a variety of wildlife. The site lies within the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park.


0.4 mile (600m)

Starting point
Chapel Six Marshes
Chapel St Leonards
PE24 5XA
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Accessibility and suitability

Chapel Six Marshes is located off the coast road just north of Chapel St Leonards. There are two car parks that have height barriers at the entrance (1.95m/6'4"). There are 5 disabled parking bays.

The path surface consists of compacted stone with some bumpy sections and sections with loose stones. The route is either level or gently sloping. 

  • Steepest uphill section: 1:8 (12.5%) for a distance of 12m
  • Steepest downhill section: 1:10 (10%) for 31m
  • Narrowest point: one metre
  • Greatest cross slope: 1:10 (10%) for a distance of five metres 
Facilities available on this walk
  • refreshments available at North Sea Observatory at Chapel Point or Chapel 
  • toilets available at Chapel Point or Chapel St Leonards
Features of this walk
  • Countryside for All
  • wildlife interest
  • woodland
Map of starting point
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