Walks in Lincolnshire

Immerse yourself in nature.

Dogs are always welcome at Forest Pines, and we’ve taken some of the stress out of planning activities with a furry friend in tow. Take a look below at the walks you can go on, by yourself or with man’s best friend.


35 minute drive 

Meander through the trees.  

A combination of forest and open fields, Weelsby Woods is one of the best walks in North Lincolnshire. You can take one of the many paths through the woods, sometimes you might even end up back where you started.  

Dogs are welcome.  

Time: 30 minutes  

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50 minute drive 

Challenge yourself.  

Take a walk through the Lincolnshire Wolds and see what you can spot. This trail is popular for birdwatching, so you might get lucky and see some rare birds, or even a bird of prey. It’s truly one of the best walks in Lincolnshire.   

Dogs are welcome but must be on leads.  

Time: 3 hours  

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55 minute drive 

Stroll along the streams.  

Hubbard’s Hills has been a popular spot for walks and picnics since its’s opening in the early 1900s. The trail itself takes you through the trees and along a stream formed by a glacier 40,000 years ago.  

Dogs are welcome.  

Time: 45 minutes  

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32 minute drive 

Breathe in the fresh sea air.  

Cleethorpes Beach is one of the most picturesque stretches of coastline in the UK. Simply bask in the sun, do some birdwatching, or even go for a quick swim in the sea on your walk, it’s up to you. You can also stop off on Cleethorpes Pier for a quick rest.   

Dogs are welcome but are advised to be on leads.  

Time: 30 minutes 

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