Summary accessibility statement
How to get here
Boston is the nearest train station, about 4 miles (6.4 km) away.
The nearest bus stop is in Kirton village, approximately 3 miles (5 km) from reserve. The 113 Brylaine bus and the 58 Kimes bus run from Boston from Monday to Saturday.
The ‘Call Connect’ on demand bus service from Boston operates 7am – 7pm weekdays, 8am – 6pm Saturday. For more details call 0845 2343344 or visit lincsinterconnect.com.
National Cycle Route 1 is approx 1.5 miles (2.5 km) from the reserve entrance.
The reserve is signposted from the A16 between Boston and Kirton. Follow the brown signs to RSPB Frampton Marsh.
Sat nav POI file: If you have a satellite navigation system that can accept POI files, please see our POI page for a download link and instructions.
The Macmillan Way long-distance footpath (starting in Boston) crosses the reserve.
Access to facilities
- Entry by three steps or a ramp, both with handrails either side.
- Manual, inward opening, heavy door, often secured open during summer.
- Seating available.
- Information displayed in clear print format.
- Staff/volunteer available to assist.
- Six Blue Badge spaces 24 m from the visitor centre.
- Loose aggregate surface.
- Unisex accessible toilet has non-slip flooring.
- Reedbed trail mostly flat on compacted aggregate.
- Steps and gentle slopes, grass paths and uneven ground on other paths.
- Benches at view points at varying distances.
- Information boards in clear print format.
- A wheelchair accessible viewpoint has been created on top of the sea bank overlooking the saltmarsh, but wheelchair access along the sea banks will be difficult.
- Registered Assistance Dogs welcome.
- Other dogs are welcome on the public footpaths and sea banks, but not on the trail around the reedbed or the hides.