Whether it’s a fishing lodge; holiday cabin or retirement home, Lincolnshire’s outstanding natural beauty is the perfect setting.
Now you can have England's second largest county as your back garden. Lincolnshire is an outstanding area if you like ever-changing landscapes and exciting scenery, shaped by a rich tapestry of fascinating heritage. It is home to passionate people and intriguing traditions and we think you will love it!
From open days to theatre shows and festivals to sporting events, there's always plenty going on in Lincolnshire. Discover the many local specialities at one of the local farm shops or sample fresh, locally grown, cooked food at a local family run pub.
Local to the area, are the six floors of this rare red-brick medieval castle built by Ralph Cromwell, Lord Treasurer of England (one of the times most powerful men in the country). With audio guides creating a picture of what life was like at the Castle in the 15th century.
Climb the 150 steps from the basement to the battlements and enjoy the magnificent views of the Lincolnshire countryside, then explore the grounds, moats, bridges and neighbouring church, also built by Ralph Cromwell.
The Cottage Museum is now open since its recent redevelopment grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. You can discover the new community room and community archives in the upgraded buildings. Here, you can find out about the people and history of Woodhall Spa through displays and installations.
Open daily 10.30-16.30.
Offering family learning activities, the museum has something from everyone. Aimed at children between 4-11 years old, these sessions are as much fun for adults as children.
Jubilee Park has plenty of activities for the whole family and individuals alike. If it’s a quiet park to sit and read in or a busy play park to keep the kids entertained, this park will suit your needs.
It has a wide range of animals for you to feed and pet. Many of them are housed in the animal barn. Including rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets and a colony of cheeky chipmunks among others. They also have ponies, goats and sheep which can be seen outside in the summer months.
The cafe offers a great menu for adults and kids and uses only the finest quality ingredients at great prices.
The park has disabled facilities, toilets, wider access door to the toilets and all paths round the farm are level and suitable for wheelchairs.
Moon Lake is the most established lake on the complex. A circular lake surrounded by mature trees it has 25 pegs Pegs are numbered 1-25 Lawn pegs are not to be fished, A mixed stock lake it has carp to 25lb+ bream, tench, barble, chub, ide roach and rudd. Bread and floating baits are permitted on Moon. It offers a great days sport in beautiful surroundings.
Moat Lake a canal type lake with 30 well spaced pegs. It has the same species as Moon Lake. Carp are stocked up to 15lb+ This lake allows dropping off and picking up tackle by car, after which cars must be returned to the car park.
Marsh lake a canal lake with 32 well spaced pegs. Although this is mixed stocking it is predominately stocked with carp up to 16lb+
Manor Lake a large lake with 26 pegs it has four central islands that provide a great feature. Mainly carp in here up to 16+.
Meadow Lake a canal lake with 17 pegs, easy access from the car park this popular carp lake is ideal for small angling club matches.
Of course you can always fish the River Witham. Our site runs adjacent to the River Witham and although fishing has some what declined over the past few years, there is still fun to be had. The bridge beside the site is home to an abundance of perch and pike. So, don’t forget to bring your fishing rod.