This RSPB nature reserve is on the shores of The Wash and provides homes for a variety of wetland wildlife. The reserve is made up of wet grassland, reed beds, freshwater scrapes and salt marsh.
Only assistance dogs are allowed on this route. There is an admission charge of £2 for adults and £1 for children. There is also a small visitor centre on-site.
2.4 miles (3.8km)
- Starting point
RSPB Frampton Marsh
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- Accessibility and suitability
Frampton Marsh is located along Frampton Roads, Frampton near Boston. Follow the brown road signs.
There is a concrete disabled parking area and the main car park consists of compacted stone with some loose stones.
The path surface consists of compacted stone with some loose stones. The route is mostly level with some short slopes.
- Steepest uphill section: 1:8 (12%) for a distance of 10m
- Steepest downhill section: 1:14 (7%) for a distance of three metres
- Narrowest point: 60cm for a distance of 630m, the entrances to the bird hides are 90cm wide
- Greatest cross slope: 1:8 (12%) for a distance of six metres
- Facilities available on this walk
- refreshments and confectionary are available in the Visitor Centre
- nearest toilets located in the Visitor Centre (check opening times)
- Features of this walk
- Countryside for All
- wildlife interest
- Map of starting point
- Further Information