Explore Kent on two wheels and get involved in the Summer of Cycling. Make a start today!
Learn about chalk downland, Kent's tropical rainforest with the Old Chalk New Downs project!
Those of you who are familiar with Google Streetview already will know how handy it is to take a virtual tour of the area you are visiting before actually arriving.
Whether you're looking for family friendly, traffic free cycling routes through sweeping parks, coastal climbs along the cliff tops or off-road thrills in dedicated cycle parks; you'll find it all here!
Explore the beautiful Lullingstone valley with like minded people!
Kent is pure walking territory, home to the iconic North Downs Way, the rolling Greensand Way, a 350 mile coastline and the celebrated Wye Downs, White Cliffs of Dover and Romney Marsh.
Active Travel means using the car less for local journeys and instead walking or cycling. The Active Travel strategy in Kent is now open for public opinion until 13th July 2016.
A day of outdoor entertainment for all the family to enjoy.
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to spot arable wildflowers at their best on this short easy walk of around half a mile. Wonderful photo opportunities and chance to ask questions on this pleasant slow walk.
Innocent Unplugged is a festival just for adults that takes place in the heart of the Kent AONB!
There are over 200 green spaces and parks to enjoy in Kent. Parks with sprawling play areas, lakes, Roman forts, wildlife, walking and cycling routes and above all, plenty of rolling green space to run, sit, play, kick around a football and just relax.
The Kent coast is a 350 mile stretch of chalky white cliffs, sandy beaches, shingle bays, vibrant coastal towns and, above all, glorious views stretching out across the Channel. With all of this and more on offer, it might be time to take a trip to Kent's stunning coastline.
The High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of the best surviving medieval landscapes in Europe.