Witham Way Country Park is a haven for local wildlife with a mosaic of woodland, grassland, and scrub.
Located less than one mile from the historic heart of Boston’s town centre, Witham Way Country Park is the quintessential place to take a well-earned break in nature on a visit to Boston. The Park is fully accessible to all, offering a network of hard-surface pathways suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
A wildflower meadow provides a safe habitat for bees, and structures have been built on-site to support the preservation of Boston’s diverse wildlife including a bug park which gives home to butterflies and many other small creatures.
The park is dotted with bird boxes, providing perfect nesting spots for all sorts of birds including owls which have often been spotted taking advantage of the natural food on offer along the riverbank. The site also features a community orchard, originally planted to celebrate the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, and now enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.
In the centre of the park, the picnic area is a great spot to stop for a rest and take in the local wildlife. Running along the west side of the park is the River Witham with the Water Rail Way cycle route on its bank that makes easy access to the Witham Way Country Park by bike. This cycle route also runs right through to Lincoln.
If you are visiting the park by car, the main car park is accessible from Tattershall Road, next to Boston Football Club
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