There are six waymarked trails that take you to the most interesting and attractive places within Whisby Nature Park.
Paths are level and in many places have a hard surface of compacted limestone. There is a footbridge over the railway line. When visiting, please keep to the paths as some areas are potential dangerous, particularly the deep water and disused washing channels.
See the events pages for details of organised guided walks and other events.
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Attractive views across Whisby's largest lake.
Around the best lake for water birds.
Along the banks of Pike Drain and past the oak wood.
Taking in the interesting landscapes of the open grazing marsh and dune-like sandhills.
An extension to Magpie Walk through woodland and with views across Willow Lake.
Beyond Grebe Lake to Teal Lake.
Lincolnshire County Council Countryside for All leaflets details path surfaces, gradients, cross-slopes as well as the location of seats, steps and gates.
Click on the download below for a pdf version of the Countryside for All map for Grebe Lake at Whisby Nature Park.
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