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Kent Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints

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Lower Rainham Road, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 2XH
Disabled Facilities

Areas of saltmarsh, meadow, pond grassland & woodland and many different types of plants. Displays and information on the habitat in the area can be found in our Visitor Centre. Childrens play area also available. Open all year, 7 days except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Tel: 01634 337432
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The White Cliffs of Dover

c/o Upper Road, Langdon Cliffs, nr Dover, CT16 1HJ
Tel: 01304 202756    Fax: 01304 246105

The White Cliffs of Dover -
Photo: Colin Smith CCL


The White Cliffs of Dover are world famous, and no-one who visits them is ever disappointed.

From the top of the cliffs you can see a stunning view of the world's busiest port, as well as the castle, and all of Dover.

The Gateway building introduces visitors to the vast coast and countryside with the use of imaginative displays.

The White Cliffs are a haven for wildlife. There's so much to explore, and you can walk for miles along the cliff top.

Discount National Trust Membership

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The Folkestone Warren

B2011, East Cliff & Warren Country Park
Tel: 01303 274806

Area of historic woodland and chalk cliffs, home to various wildlife, wild flowers, dramatic walks, campsites and more. Open daily.

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Shorne Wood Country Park

Tel: 01474 823800    E-mail:

174 acres of woodland and wetland with lakes, wild flower garden, picnic areas, equestrian ride, orienteering & fishing. Open daily.

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Toys Hill

National Trust car park serving 160ha of heath and woodland. Waymarked walks including a route suitable for wheelchairs. Provides spectacular views of the countryside to the South. An area much loved by one of the Trust's founders, Octavia Hill.

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Haysden Country Park

Off Lower Haysden Lane, Tonbridge.
Tel: 01732 876160

This 170 acre Country Park owes much of its character to the Haysden and Barden lakes and the River Medway. There are interesting nature and historical trails and fishing. (Day tickets available).

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Maidstone Millennium River Park

River Medway, Maidstone
Tel: 01322 865995

A new riverside walk which opens up access to the River Medway along a 10km stretch from Teston picnic site through Maidstone's historic town centre and on to Allington Lock. Along the route Whatman Park combines a natural landscape of woodland, meadow and nature reserve with children's play areas and the Riverstage Arena.

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Trosley Country Park

Off A227, Vigo Village
Tel: 01732 823570      E-mail:

This park covers 170 acres on the North Downs. Splendid walks exist on and around the North Downs Way including local features such as the Neolithic Coldrum Stones. A cafe complete in 2011 and visitor centre is open at peak times.

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