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We're here to help you find somewhere to just have a wander in the beautiful Kent countryside. Have a look below to find some great outdoor spaces across this fair county.
The Otford Kent Circular Walk is a full scale representation of the position of our planets - very interesting!
It was created by the village as a millennium project and adds another dimension to this beautiful walk.
Head high onto the North Downs for f... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
This walk is beautiful. It is an award winning attraction open all year.
This forest has miles of family cycling and mountain biking, walking and running trails. There is also an adventure play trail. Cafe on site to enjoy some food after a long day exploring!View Walk
The Friars is the home to a small community of Carmelite Friars, who first came here in 1242. The Carmelites left at the dissolution of the monasteries in 1538. However, they were able to return in 1949. Today, The Friars is one of Kent’s hidden treasures and... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
The Medway Valley walk is a linear route follows just over 28 miles along the banks of the River Medway.
All walkers are bound to enjoy the diversity of landscapes along the river.
These vary from the busy market towns of Tonbridge and Rochester through ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Over the years Chilston Park Hotel has been home to eminent politicians, writers, lords and viscounts and today it is renowned as one of the best hotels in Kent.
A classic British country house hotel in Kent with style and charm to spare. Perhaps the most ... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
Mote Park is one of the most popular parks in the county. With plenty of opportunity to dive off the beaten track and follow one of the winding paths and trails through the trees, the park bursts to life in Autumn.View Walk
Between Margate and Broadstairs, you’ll find Kingsgate Bay. This quiet, sandy beach framed is by monumental white chalk cliffs and sea arch and watched over by a handsome 18th-century castle. All in all, it makes for a walk you won’t soon forget.
The bay i... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Voted one of the top 10 woods for bluebells by the Woodland Trust, Hucking Estate is best enjoyed in spring as the magical carpet of flowers extends between the trees.
You and your dog can enjoy a beautiful circular stroll through the picturesque woodland ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Oldbury Hill and Styants Wood is a fantastic forest walk found within the Kent Downs, another area of outstanding natural beauty. The adventurous can explore the 166 acres of woodland, but if you want to keep to the beaten track, there are circular trails too... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
This 292-acre country park has a lot to offer, from fairytale-like pools and glades to majestic ancient woodland and their award-winning eco visitor centre.
Be aware that dogs must be kept on a lead in certain areas, and that bins are only provided at the ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
This longer walk nestled in the North Downs is a real tour of the English countryside. Along this circuit walk, you can enjoy views of the open country, orchards and working farms as well as quaint villages that look like they’ve been plucked straight from a ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Betteshanger Country Park offers a wide range of activites for adults and children alike. Some activities run every day such as our cycling and walking trails whereas others need to be booked in advance. We can also offer a wide range of events from birthday ... (click the button below to read more)See Profile