The park is made up of a series of flooded former gravel pits which are home to a wide variety of wildlife.
There is a visitor centre (Natural World Centre) with a shop, café, exhibitions and toilets. Outside there is a playground and Life Trail.
Mobility scooters and wheelchairs can be hired. To book call 01522 688868.
The park is open dawn to dusk daily.
1.25 miles (two kilometres)
- Starting point
Thorpe on the Hill
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Whisby Nature Park is located off the A46, seven miles south-east of Lincoln.
The car park is tarmac and there are marked disabled bays outside the centre. There is a charge for parking.
The paths are compacted stone with some loose stones and tarmac. The route is mostly level or gently sloping.
- Steepest uphill section: 1:16 (6%) for a distance of eight metres (the entrance to one of the bird hides has a three metre slope of 1:7/14%)
- Steepest downhill section: 1:14 (7%) for a distance of 12m
- Narrowest point: all paths are over one metre wide but the entrance to two of the bird hides is 80cm
- Greatest cross slope: all paths are level
- Facilities available on this walk
- refreshments available in the Boardwalk café (Natural World Centre)
- nearest toilets located in the Natural World Centre
- Features of this walk
- Countryside for All
- wildlife interest
- Map of starting point
- Further Information