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Perry Wood is beautiful woodland managed by Swale Borough Council. Cyclists, horse riders and walkers will all enjoy a day out in the woods. Parking is available and the woods can be explored by following the carved posts leading from the car park marking out the various routes around the woodland. There is a short easy access route with handrails, and more adventurous routes up and down the steep slopes of the woodland. Its position in the landscape with fantastic views to the coast and countryside means that it has a rich history. The viewpoint called The Mount was used as part of a semaphore chain, sending messages from London to the Kent ports.
This walk is one of Explore Kent’s stile free routes.
Stile free routes are suitable for a wide range of users including those in mobility scooters and families with younger children. Please be mindful that these stile free routes are located in the countryside and the path surfaces can be adversely affected by poor weather conditions. Certain routes may be better suited for wheelchairs with wider wheels, as they can handle the terrain more easily compared to other wheelchairs. We encourage you to read about the trails, and to assess them if you feel confident in completing them yourself.
Click on the “Start & end” button on the map below to find the location of the walk.
Walking route information