The Boston Woods Trust has ensured that Boston has some beautiful wooded areas to walk through.
Sir Joseph Banks Country Park - PE21 7JB
The whole site is now known as The Sir Joseph Banks Country Park but the name specifically relates to the area next to Westgate Wood which was seeded with a wild flower mix, and planted with four spinneys, specimen trees and a lime tree avenue "framing" the Stump, with the Oak Wood following the boundary along Old Hammond Beck Road. The Owl Tower provides suitable nesting sites for owls, a kestrel, sparrows, swallows, birds and bats. It also provides seating and shelter for walkers.
Jenny's Wood - PE21 7LP
There is an all-weather path around the 27 acres along which are positioned a fitness trail suitable for fun or exercise for old and young. Here you will also find a community orchard which was planted as a legacy to mark The Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012, and a compass circle indicating the location of the meridian.
Westgate Wood PE21 7JA
The trees here are now well established with snowdrops, daffodils, bluebells and other woodland flowers adding to the natural beauty. The wood is serviced by an all-weather path, with several seats along the way making it suitable for all users.
Grange Wood PE21 8JJ
This wood is situated off Fenside Road and was was planted in 2002 with native deciduous trees, oak, ash, rowan, alder and lime plus many shrubs including guelder rose, hazel, hawthorn and field maple.
Beech Wood PE21 8LA
Beech Wood was extended 2016 with five acre fields either side of the established wood. The field to the south was sponsored by the Lincolnshire Co-operative Society and named Pioneer Wood. This area has been landscaped with all-weather paths which lead to a pond and a small amphitheatre. It is planted with a mixture of native trees and seeded with wild flowers.