We've found 6 dog friendly attractions in Lincolnshire.
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Waters' Edge Country ParkMaltkiln Road, Barton Upon Humber DN18 5JR
T: 01652 631500
www: Waters' Edge Country Park
Park situated on the waterfront against the backdrop of the impressive Humber Bridge. There is a visitors' centre and café.
Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome.
Pleasure Island Family Theme ParkKings Road, Cleethorpes DN35 0PL
T: 01472 211511
www: Pleasure Island Family Theme Park
Packed with over 70 rides and attractions this is a day out that will appeal to children of all ages.
Dogs on leads are allowed in the park but are not allowed on rides.
Grimsthorpe Castle GroundsGrimsthorpe PE10 0LY
T: 01778 591205
www: Grimsthorpe Castle Grounds
Over 3,000 acres of rolling Lincolnshire countryside. A one hour discovery trail in a minibus can be enjoyed for £1 per adult and 50p per child.
Dogs welcome on a lead in the park and in the minibus on the Park Ranger Tour. Dogs are not allowed in the castle, formal gardens, red deer compound and children's adventure playground.
Bolingbroke Castle16 miles north of Boston off A16 PE23 4HB
T: 01529 461499
www: Bolingbroke Castle
Remains of a 13th-century hexagonal castle, which was the birthplace of the future King Henry IV.
Dogs welcome on a lead.
Normanby Hall Country ParkNormanby, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire DN15 9HU
T: 01724 720588
www: Normanby Hall Country Park
300 acre country park with woodlands, a deer park, nature trails, duckponds, a walled Victorian kitchen garden and a Christmas garden. There is also a secret garden with huge colourful borders.
Dogs on a lead are welcome in the park and gardens.
Skegness Natureland Seal SanctuaryNorth Parade, Skegness PE25 1DB
T: 01754 764345
www: Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Natureland rescues abandoned seal pups, rears them and returns them to the wild. Visitors can also enjoy seeing penguins, tropical birds, an aquarium, reptiles and pets corner.
Dogs are admitted but must be kept on a lead (They are not allowed in the Floral Palace or restaurant).