Information on how to get the most out of using a Public Rights of Way (PRoW) in Lincolnshire.
All public rights of way are highways, which you are entitled to use at any time.
Rights of way are classified according to the nature of their use.
A permissive path (sometimes called a ‘concessionary path’) is that which the landowner allows the public to use.
You can report a problem with a Public Right of Way using our online form.
Yes, livestock can be kept in fields crossed by rights of way.
Pushchairs and wheelchairs are permitted to be taken along public rights of way if it is practical to do so.
You can take you dog for a wal on a Public Right of Way provided it is kept under control.
Motorcycles or quad bikes can be used in your own garden, or on private land if you are the landowner or have the landowner’s express permission.
Important Information for Owners of Trail Bikes, (including Mini Motorbikes [Mini-Motos] & Quad Bikes)