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Discover and explore the natural outdoor space of 9 stunning Kent Country Parks, each with its own unique character.
With activity trails, pond dipping, parkruns, childrens craft activities, park walks and so much more, Kent Country Parks are definitely worth a visit. Take a leisurely stroll with the whole family or visit on your own. Whatever you do, take a moment to enjoy Kent Country Parks:
Brockhill’s lake, woods, meadows, picnic, play areas and excellent café, make a great spot for a family day out.
Grove Ferry Picnic Site is an ideal spot to watch the boats drift by and enjoy the wildlife on the river.
The beautiful Lullingstone Country Park is the jewel in the crown of this culturally and naturally rich part of the Darenth Valley.
Visit the former manor house grounds, which have a variety of habitats and facilities to enjoy.
Pegwell Bay Country Park is a great place to explore, with wildlife and coastal habitats that are unique to the South East of England.
One of the most popular country parks in Kent, offering everything you need to spend a day enjoying the great outdoors.
One of the best places in the county to enjoy rural riverside walks, Teston Bridge is an accessible idyll on the Medway.
170 acres of beautiful woodland and chalk downland on the North Downs providing spectacular views.
This park’s natural development is slowly creating a pretty hilltop woodland with impressive views and historic ruins.
Kent County Council wants everyone to enjoy the beautiful sights of their country parks and the surrounding countryside. They have produced accessibility guides (in PDF format), for each of the parks so you can find all the information you need for your next visit.