Helena Dolby for Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust

Disabled access

Limited mobility needn’t mean missing out on nature. With many of our reserves equipped with accessible paths, disabled facilities and scooter hire, nothing needs to hold you back from enjoying the great outdoors.

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities organisation and takes its responsibilities in that regard very seriously.

The natural world should be for everyone and Wildlife Trusts are working hard to make sure our beautiful reserves can be accessed by all

Fully accessible reserves

Good all-weather wheelchair access is available at four major visitor sites listed below. Whisby Nature Park, Gibraltar Point and Far Ings also have accessible Visitor Centres and disabled toilet facilities.

Electric scooters are available for hire at Whisby Nature Park for a small charge. Advance booking is advised during busy periods and weekends. For details, please contact the Natural World Centre on 01522 688868.

Other accessible sites

Some of our smaller reserves have accessible areas or viewing points, and sites with limited entry (such as stiles or locked gates) may be accessed by contacting the warden before your journey.

Click on each reserve below for more information.

Viewing points

There are also nature reserves at which good views can be had from car parks or verges. These include Red Hill, Gibraltar Point, Deeping LakesFairfield Pit, Kirkby Moor and Kirkby Gravel Pits.

If in doubt about visiting any reserve please check first.

Lincolnshire County Council Countryside for All


Lincolnshire County Council provide leaflets with detailed access information for 16 countryside sites across Lincolnshire including path surfaces, gradients, cross-slopes as well as the location of seats, steps and gates.

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Ade Clarke