There will be no formal meeting, but staff and residents will be able to speak to him as he tours the building.
Cllr. Hill's decision to visit is in response to a challenge made in the paper by Linelands carer and union representative Ms Phyl Lynn, who asked Cllr. Hill to 'really understand what the services are providing' before making a decision.
The county council is considering how it will provide care to Lincolnshire's ageing population, with closure one of the options.
Cllr. Hill is reported to have said:
"It will help inform us how services are delivered and how they could be delivered in the future, ahead of our decision on shaping care for the future next January."Cllr. Hill will be joined by Adult Social Care Executive Member, Cllr. Graham Marsh and the County Council's Assistant Director for Adult Social Care, Ms Carolyn Kus.
Campaigners believe the future of the care homes is a 'done deal' and want care to come before profit.
Leader of the Opposition, Cllr. Mrs. Marianne Overton, Lincolnshire Independent (Branston & Navenby Division) has previously said any plans to close the existing homes and replace them with new buildings could be 'doomed to failure'.
Concrete proposals on what the county council is planning are expected to emerge in the autumn.