Boultham Park is an area 2 miles from Lincoln city centre that consists of a large lake, a fully equipped playground and gardens. There is also an annual fair and summer games including bowls and tennis.
The area was once part of a much larger private estate, but it was bought in 1929 by the City of Lincoln Council, and opened as a public park for the people of Lincoln.
The park recently received a much improved play area, which officially opened in April 2011, the design of the play area was chosen by approximately 200 children from St Francis school.
Boultham Park is a much-valued green space and supports a wealth of wildlife species as well as providing a valuable play area for children. There is also a summer fair each year with lots to see and do, with a multitude of rides, face painting etc.
The Boultham Park Project is an exciting £3.7 million development designed to restore this 50-acre green space in the south of Lincoln and create new facilities. To find out move visit www.boulthampark.co.uk
If you would like to find out more about Boultham Park please visit:
The heritage connect Lincoln site allows you to explore the character areas in the City of Lincoln and has a wealth of information on the history and development of the chosen area.
How to find us:
Boultham Park Road
Boultham Park is situated to the South West of Lincoln, running parallel to Tritton Road.