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Outdoor gyms are completely free to use and suitable for both children and adults of all ages to use to build or maintain fitness. No experience is required to use an outdoor gym, just turn up!
Explore Kent's county town of Maidstone on two wheels and spend a day discovering great food, great sights and great shopping!
Cromer's Wood is ancient semi-natural woodland with a network of informal pathways. There is a bird hide by the pond and horse riding is allowed on marked trails.
Following the River Medway from Teston to Allington, the River Park passes historic bridges, meadows, woodland and parkland, and is one of Kent's best walks.
The many different sections of South Park serve the local area well, with sports fields, tennis courts, a skate park and more all found here.
A miniature oasis for unusual wildlife right in the centre of Maidstone, this area has recently been improved to help the rare species found here.
Opened in 2001, Whatman Park makes great use of its riverside setting, adding adventure playgrounds, a treetop walk, skate park and an open-air performance arena.
Westfield Woods isn't the easiest place to get to, but its unusual stand of yews, magnificent views and high isolation make it worth the effort.
From the wilds of the North Downs to the inspirational City of Canterbury, you will see the best of what Kent has to offer on this most beautiful of bike rides. From outstanding views to quaint cobble...
Discover Ancient castles, historic villages and some of Kent's finest wildlife sites along the 28 mile Medway Valley Walk, which runs from Tonbridge to Rochester.
A 4.2 mile / 6.8km walk from Maidstone West train station to East Farleigh train station along the beautiful River Medway.
A 4 mile / 6.5km circular route from the middle of Maidstone through the town centre, Vinters Valley Nature Reserve and woodland.
A 7.1 mile / 11.5km circular walk through the beautiful landscape of the Kent Downs, with remnants of a rich Neolithic and industrial past dotted along the way.
This 5 mile scenic walk starts in the village of East Malling and follows a largely flat route through orchards and woodland. The walk also offers some fine views of the North Downs along the way.
Enjoy this 4 mile stroll from the delightful village of Linton, on the outskirts of Maidstone, with its typically Kentish church, neighbouring almshouses and village inn - The Bull - owned by Shepherd...
Mote Park's wide open spaces, parkland and numerous facilities offer something for everyone – sports, fishing, scenic walks and play areas can all be enjoyed here.
Set high up on the Greensand Ridge, this area of woodland is much loved by walkers and horse riders and has regenerated well since 1987.
Foal Hurst Wood is a small and accessible nature reserve in the Kent Weald, and a great place to enjoy quiet woodland walks.
The perfect spot to escape the office or to compliment an afternoon's retail therapy, Brenchley Gardens is lit up in summer by formal floral displays.
The first park in Maidstone to be awarded Green Flag status, Clare Park's sports and play facilities are an asset to the local area.