Things to do
Come and have some fun on The Wolds
We’re in the middle of rolling hills and beautiful countryside, so as you’d expect we have lots of outdoorsy kinds of things to do. From walking, cycling and horse riding to quad biking and shooting – plus we’ve got little bits of history lurking around every corner.
And while you’re here, make sure you visit one of our great cafes, pubs and restaurants, all serving delicious snacks and meals – most using local ingredients.
Can’t fit everything into one day? Stay for the weekend or longer. We’ve got plenty of accommodation to choose from – we’ll make you feel right at home.
Walking - "A ramblers' paradise"
The Guardian describes The Wolds as “a ramblers’ paradise” and a local walk features in The Times top 20 - and it's easy to see why. Read more
Cycling - Tour de Wolds
The Lincolnshire Wolds are a truly beautiful place - and what better way to enjoy them than having a short (or long!) bike ride with the family. Read more
The Wolds Road Trip - Lincolnshire's best kept secret
Enjoy a lovely drive through the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds - a great day out for both independent travellers and groups. Read more
Horse riding - Giddy up!
Discover The Wolds on horseback and see it in a whole different way. We've got some of the most beautiful countryside around, so whether you are a beginner or pro, we've got something for you. Read more
Shooting - A range of targets for all abilities
Although only a small Shooting Ground, there are 14 stands giving targets to test all abilities. The Ground is aligned to ‘Sporting’ targets rather than to specific disciplines and operates on a practice only basis. Read more
Fishing - One go and you're hooked
Caistor Lakes offers 3 well stocked pools for specimen carp with current records of a 42lb 2oz mirror carp and a 38lb common carp, a match lake with regular competitions, and a leisure lake for course fisherman. Read more
History - A step back in time
Come and spend the day digging into our past. From a tour with our very own Civic Society to The Arts and Heritage Centre's impressive timeline. Or if you can't wait, take a look at our own history pages and see what's been happening over the past couple of thousand years. Read more
The Crocosmia Gardens - A national collection
Garden and plant sale area open from May to October - just give us a call to make sure we are around before you come. Read more