Visitor information
Opening hours
How to find us
Parking & prices
Facilities & access
Contact details

Opening hours

Tuetoes, Laughton Forest is open 365 days a year, dawn until dusk.

How to find us

How to find us

Tuetoes, Laughton Forest is located approximately two miles south west of Scotter. 

West Lindsey, Lincolnshire
Sat Nav Postcode: DN21 3PU
By Car

Access to the car park can be gained from the East Ferry Road north of Laughton Village.

OS Grid Ref
SE845009

53.498023, -0.72765026

Parking and prices

There are no parking charges. 

Additional information

Number of accessible parking spaces: 0

Facilities and access

Assistant dogs welcome
Dogs allowed

Contact details

Explore the sights and sounds of Tuetoes, Laughton Forest today

Tuetoes, Laughton Forest supports a wide range of habitats, rare plants, animals and birds, making it a great place to visit if you want an interesting walk!

At a glance

  • Walking trails
  • Dogs welcome

Things to do

Walking in the woodland is the perfect way to get some fresh air and explore some of the area's most beautiful landscapes.

Laughton Forest has a range of paths that run through the woodland. 

Nearby forests

Willingham Woods

Willingham Woods is part of a large complex of pinewoods that are located east of Market Rasen. It provides a diverse range of recreational opportunities as well as an important source of timber.

The woodland is visited all year round but is especially popular during the summer months, when holidaymakers use it as a break point whilst heading to and from the coast.

Boughton Brake pond

Boughton Brake is a great place to explore, with an extensive network of paths and tracks. There are also plenty of benches located throughout the wood where you can stop for a rest and take in the natural beauty.

If you feel up for a challenge, check out the orienteering course.

The wood is not suitable for horse riding but a bridleway does run along the western side of the wood and can be used to get from Walesby to Boughton.

Views from Ollerton Pit Woods, Nottinghamshire

Once a former colliery site, Ollerton Pit Wood now boasts a wild strawberry walk, nesting water birds and a whole host of thriving wildlife and different plant species. Enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding area and depending on the time of year you visit, you may see butterflies and dragonflies while flower lovers can expect to enjoy bee orchids and birds foot trefoil.

Whitwell Wood

The wood has a very high nature conservation status and it is has a wide range of flora including over 20 species that are indicators of ancient woodland. There are also numerous features of archaeological interest.

Visit the wood to discover the Ginny Spring Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). It has been designated for its rich flora including some species rare in Derbyshire.

 

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