Hall Farm Park

Hall Farm Park at South Kelsey, set on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds is a small family run park which opened in 2006. More than a decade later the sense of “family” and customer care are still the most important aspects.

A quiet rural backdrop, a real working farm and lots of things to see and do all add to the unique experience. Link to Website

Rand Farm Park

Rand Farm Park is set in the heart of rural Lincolnshire, just a few miles from nthe Linciolnshire Wolds, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

We are located ner the main A158 Lincoln to Skegness road, about two miles north on the Lincoln side of Wragby. Clearly signposted off the A158, you can't miss us. Link to website

The Pink Pig

Almost 20 years ago, Sally and Andrew Jackson decided to open a small farm shop and 24-seater cafe. A small farm trail with some outdoor play was added soon after. A brand new indoor playbarn was built in February 2014 and the toyshop was opened in 2016, together with a complete re-landscaping of the welcome areas and car parks.

We continue to work really hard building lovely bespoke imaginative play areas like Piggy Tail Lane, and our new additions – HUGE jumping pillows and ride-on tractor area with repair workshop, filling station, tunnel and bridge. The Pink Pig Farm is still serving up delicious, authentic food from the farm and offering lots of family fun. Link to Website

Hartsholme Country Park

Hartsholme Country Park is situated in the southwest of Lincoln, adjacent to Swanholme Lakes Local Nature Reserve, approximately three miles from the city centre. The site comprises Victorian landscaped gardens, a large reservoir, woodlands and grasslands. Many features, both natural and built, survive from the original landscaping of the 1860s. We manage the park to maintain the existing habitats and access routes, deliver education and interpretation and provide. Link to Website

Whisby Nature Park

Whisby Nature Park is a beautiful landscape near Lincoln, full of wildlife, walks and trails. Once barren and lifeless, this amazing place now abounds with wildlife. The park was created by quarrying for sand and gravel, but nature has reclaimed the pits and bare sand, creating habitats for many species. Link to Website

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