Things to do at Hubbard’s Hills review
Hubbard’s Hills is an area of outstanding natural beauty near Louth in Lincolnshire. It’s a lovely place to visit all year round with the highlights being a visit in the warmer months so that you can paddle in their wonderful shallow stream or in the autumn when the leaves turn shades of gold, red and brown.
The Crowtree car park is up the hill next to the cafe. There is a small playground here but the real playground is the park itself. There is one main long path that runs through the park with lots to explore along the way. There’s always ducks waiting to be fed and the tree roots on the banks are a wonderful sight which kids will love to explore.
If it’s warm enough young and old love to paddle in the stream that runs through Hubbard’s Hills. If you’re not quite brave enough there are some stepping stones and bridges where you can cross the stream. It’s shallow virtually all the way along which is perfect for kids to paddle in. I can recommend beach shoes as there are lots of pebbles that children may find uncomfortable underfoot. It is a glacial overspill channel formed as the last ice age ended about 40,000 years ago. The stream that meanders through it is actually the river Lud.
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FAQ and Further Information Hubbard’s Hills
Is there food and drink available?
There is a cafe on site which sells hot and cold food and drinks. The hot food selection is quite limited.
What are the main things to do?
A beautiful park with a shallow stream running through it perfect for paddling, playground and paths. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online *FREE. Hubbard’s Hills is free to visit.
Is there parking?
The Crowtree lane car park has a small charge to park at. Halfpenny Lane, Hallington car park is free.
When are they open?
Hubbard’s Hills is accessible all year round.
Dogs are welcome.
Are they accessible?
The paths are accessible, those in wheelchairs will find access easier at the Halfpenny lane entrance.
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