Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve

Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve

Last Updated on February 21, 2024 by Suzy

Things to do at Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve review

Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve is located by the sea near Skegness on the Lincolnshire coastline. It is an unspoilt haven for wildlife, especially migrating birds. There are plenty of traffic-free, paths for the kids to run free, ly on. Plus you will see some beautiful views along the way.

There a number of walkways, cycle tracks and fully accessible paths through Gibraltar Point. Pick up a Lincolnshire County Council Countryside leaflet detailing the path surfaces, gradients, cross-slopes as well as the location of seats, steps and gates. We love to spend a couple of hours or more walking at Gibraltar Point. On the first Wednesday of every month, Gibraltar Point hosts Nature Tots. These are outdoor nature activities and stories for toddlers. There is also a relatively recently built visitor centre which includes a cafe, shop and toilets.

Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve
Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve
Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve
Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve

FAQ and Further Information Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve

Is there food and drink available?

There is a cafe at the visitor centre which serves hot and cold food and drinks.

What are the main things to do?

A range of walks around the nature reserve, visitor centre, toilets and cafe.

What are the ticket prices?

*free, u003cbru003e*It is free, to visit Gibraltar Point.

Is there parking?

There is a pay and display car park.

When are they open?

The nature reserve is always open. The cafe is open most days but it is variable to the time of year and weather conditions. u003ca rel=u0022noreferrer noopeneru0022 href=u0022https://www.lincstrust.org.uk/get-involved/top-reserves/gibraltar-pointu0022 target=u0022_blanku0022u003ePlease follow this linku003c/au003e for further information.

Dog friendly?

Dogs are welcome on a lead

Are they accessible?

Most paths around the reserve are accessible for wheelchairs, pushchairs and mobility scooters. Please contact the venue for further information.

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