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Caistor, Lincolnshire


Nestling on the hillside at the northern edge of the Wolds, Caistor is notable for its Georgian buildings but dates back to as early as Roman times. 

The town is popular with walkers. The Civic Society also organise regular walks giving visitors a peek into the fascinating history and interesting stories that can be found around this lovely town.

Viking Way, Lincolnshire


The Way is so named because it crosses an area which was occupied by Norse invaders. From the banks of the River Humber it crosses the Lincolnshire Wolds to Caistor, then along the Bain valley to Horncastle from where the Spa Trail is followed along the trackbed of a former railway to Woodhall Spa and along the Witham Valley, crossing flat fenland to Lincoln. 

Lincoln and Lincoln Cathedral


25.9 miles


Lincoln developed from the Roman town of Lindum Colonia, which developed from an Iron Age settlement. Lincoln’s major landmarks are Lincoln Cathedral, a fine example of English Gothic architecture, and Lincoln Castle, an 11th-century Norman castle.  

Cadwell Park, bike racing


Cadwell Park celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2019. It remains as closely-held in the hearts of many motorsport fans as it ever has. Located 10 miles north of Horncastle and five miles south of Louth, the Lincolnshire circuit is especially popular with bikers nationwide.

21.8 miles


Lincolnshire Showground


24.6 miles


The Lincolnshire showground is owned by the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, a charitable organisation established in 1896. Its objectives are to educate the country, as well as maintain a sustainable environment.  

Cleethorpes, seaside, beach


14.3 miles


Cleethorpes is the closest seaside town to Caistor Lakes! They offer a clean and modern resort with traditional appeal, breath-taking scenery, fabulous beaches, mouth-watering food, top attractions and fascinating history. Cleethorpes has something for everyone! 

Lincolnshire Wolds



The Lincolnshire Wolds are the highest point in eastern England between Yorkshire and Kent. They are designated an Area of Outstanding National Beauty. The fertile chalk hills have been shaped by agriculture for more than 4,000 years. Enjoy hiking, walking and the beauty of nature.

Market Rasen racecourse



Market Rasen Racecourse, which is part of The Jockey Club, stages over 20 jump racing fixtures each year and is a leading conference and events centre in the East Midlands. The venue is one of the friendliest places with events held throughout the year. 

11.0 miles


Waters Edge nature reserve, barton upon humber


Explore 110 acres of country park and nature reserve, discover how green you are with our interactive displays or just chill out by the ponds and feed the ducks.

17.3 miles


The Deep, sea life conservation, Hull


It is one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world, is located in Hull, East Yorkshire and is home to 5,000 animals including magnificent sharks and rays.

26.5 miles