"Whether you are the easygoing type or the adventurous type you will certainly enjoy exploring the county"
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Lincolnshire offers tourists a variety of activities to do and participate in. Whether you are the easygoing type or the adventurous type you will certainly enjoy exploring the county.
Aside from cycling and walking, Lincolnshire is also perfect for horse riding. They have open spaces, trails and quiet lanes that are safe for horse riding. Even bridleways and country lanes are venues for riding. You do not have to be a professional rider to have an enjoyable ride.
A family-owned riding school open to all ages. Even those with physical and learning disabilities can attend riding and driving classes. They have outdoor and indoor schools, show jumping course, cross country course, beach and country hacks, harness driving and stable management.Huttoft Road, LN12 2RU
Telephone: 01507 442631
Offers riding classes and tuition for beginners and advanced learners, regardless of age. For those starting, they offer patient, caring tuition in basic skills. For the more advanced, they offer jumping lessons, dressage lessons and stable management. You can also rent your own pony for the day, or go on picnic rides and beach rides.Watery Lane, LN11 9XL
Telephone: 01507 343266
Caistor Equestrian Centre is situated at the edge of this historic market town, a short driving distance of Lincoln, Grimsby and Scunthorpe. They offer tuition for beginners to expert riders. Their indoor arena is one of the largest in Lincolnshire.Moor Lane, LN7 6SD
Telephone: 01472 859341
Calder offers group and individual riding lessons. They accept students from 4 years of age, even those who are confident riders already.237 Calder Road, LN5 9BB
Telephone: 01522 851852
Castledyke offers safe and secure location for training. They have a high standard facilities ideal for all types of riders.Castledyke Bank, Gipsey Bridge, UK
Telephone: 01205 280824
Elms Farm is a riding school offering basic riding, show jumping, dressage and off road hacking. They accept beginners and competent riders as well.Frieston Health Lane, Caythorpe, NG32 3HD
Telephone: 01400 272275
Located at the outskirts of Spalding, Four Winds Equestrian Centre provides one of the safest horse riding venues in the area. Although they cater to all types of riders, their specialty is for beginners.Leaveslake Drove, PE11 3QJ
Telephone: 01775 640533
This is a family-owned riding school offering flat work, cross country and show jumping training. They welcome students from 5 years and above.Grange Farm, Waltham Road, DN37 0AR
Telephone: 01472 822216
Other places of interest include vineyards, gardens, shopping centers and nature reserves. With all the things Lincolnshire has to offer, tourists will surely have a wonderful and fun-filled stay.