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Active North Lincolnshire

Whether you like your sport fast and furious or at a more sedate pace you’ll find it here in North Lincolnshire. Try skydiving, paintball, gliding, clay pigeon shooting or airsoft to really get your pulse racing, then calm down and try for a hole in one on a round of golf.

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    Normanby Hall Golf Course

    A superb course set in 117 acres of mature woodland and parkland which provides challenging play for members, green fee players and societies alike. This beautiful 18 hole, par 72 course is widely considered to be one of the best municipal courses in the country, and offers excellent value for money along with greens of a quality you’ll find hard to match anywhere.

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    Paintball Scunthorpe

    This venue has exciting and varied game zones that will push each players paintball skills and team-work as you come under fire from the opposition. The Scunthorpe park allows you to really get a taste of woodland combat. Game zones at the Scunthorpe paintball centre include: The Cage and Hill 25, they have a brilliant […]

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    Parks

    Parks are a perfect and cost effective way to spend some time with your family and friends or even some well earned alone time. You can catch some shade, read your favourite book or bring along a picnic with your loved ones. Discover something different and explore a park in North Lincolnshire. Central Park, Scunthorpe […]

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    Skydive Hibaldstow

    You can – and here in North Lincolnshire too! Skydive Hibaldstow offers you the chance to skydive from up to 15,000 feet, which is the highest in the country! After your briefing, you will make the jump securely attached to one of our highly experienced instructors and free-fall at 120mph for up to a minute! The instructor opens the parachute about a mile above the ground and you fly back to the drop zone over the beautiful North Lincolnshire countryside.

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    The Pods

    Come and spend a relaxing day at the Pods where you can try out the 25m pool or help little ones learn to swim in the teaching pool. Unwind in the sauna and spa then enjoy a coffee and a snack in the café. The 85 station gym and choice of over 50 classes per week are perfect for those who want to work up a sweat.

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    Trent Valley Gliding Club

    You’re guaranteed a warm welcome when you come to visit, so why not come and give gliding a go? We also arrange group flying events, so why not bring your work colleagues, club/organisation friends for a trial flight? Opening Weekends and Wednesdays.

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    Walking

    Escape the world and start an unforgettable journey. Discover the unspoiled landscapes of North Lincolnshire.

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    Waters' Edge Country Park & Visitor Centre

    For a great free family day out, don’t miss Waters’ Edge Country Park and Visitor Centre. Explore 110 acres of Country Park and nature reserve, discover how green you are with our interactive displays or just chill out by the ponds with a coffee. Little ones will love our new Kids Corner as well as our outdoor children’s play areas. With a café and a well stocked gift shop, there is something for everyone.

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    White Lodge Shooting School

    Fancy doing something different? Come and try your hand at 3 Olympic sports: Clay Shooting, Archery, Air Rifles and make it a Triathlon. (Single activities are available). We cater for hen/stag parties, corporate entertainment, children’s birthday parties, one to one tuition and family groups, coached by England Internationals, Robert & Rose Jobson. We have all weather areas and all activities are strictly supervised and safe.

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    Winters Farm Fishing Lake

    Located between Immingham and Barton upon Humber, this 21 acre wild water is a mixed course fishery with species such as perch, bream, tench, roach and golden rudd. Stocked in 1958, the water is a long-established family-run fishery set in its own nature reserve. The varied wildlife plus a disused brick and tile kiln adds an extra dimension of interest, alongside rare breed pigs.