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Massive open space near the sea, ideal for solitary dogs, Lincolnshire


A massive and bleak liminal space that is perfect for dogs who really don't get along with other dogs!  Or practising your sledding skills perhaps. 


GPS coords for car park: 53.3790, 0.2283


Dunes and nature reserve are the key features here, but be aware that the army also use the area for exercises and if the red flag is flying then, basically, stay well away.  The sea is miles out, and the sand/marsh is great for ball games but disappointing if you're expecting a big sandy beach. Kids will hate it here.

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26 October 2023

Wonderful Place

Description is certainly accurate, this area is huge! A mixture of beach and wetlands just north of Mablethorpe. Quite a few horses being exercised in the surf and a few more dog walkers, but the area is so vast that even with a dog with no recall (like our Finn) there is always an area where no one is visible.

The area is still a โ€˜liveโ€™ army firing range, and there is a partially submerged tank on the beach from the 1950โ€™s, and the area is also an RSPB reserve.

Access from the car park is unfortunately not suitable for wheelchair users. Although only 10 mins walk from the car park the last 50 yards is through deep sand. Also recommend wellies or boots as the foreshore and wetlands donโ€™t seem to get the sea often and in places there is oil close to the surface.

All that being said, Finn had a great 2 hrs run off the lead and was one tired doggie when we got back to our caravan ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š

Edited: 8th March 2024. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.