Don't sweat it out in the gym! Use your local outdoor gym, suitable for all ages and abilities! Locations all over Kent!
Exercise outdoors in the fresh air using easy to use outdoor gym equipment and work out your way to fitness.
Outdoor gyms are a great and free of getting fitter and healthier using easy to use equipment suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
Never tried a gym before? Outdoor gyms are easy to use and freely accessible. Work out in the great outdoors - what could be better?
The Beach Roamer Walk starts in the most unique setting - the Royal Harbour in Ramsgate - the only one it the UK. Take in the hustle and bustle of delightful Ramsgate before being treated to no less ...
Explore Kent's county town of Maidstone on two wheels and spend a day discovering great food, great sights and great shopping!
Celebrate the life of Octavia Hill on a walk to the picturesque village of Ide Hill passing Emmetts Garden on the way back.
The Way of St Augustine is approximately 17 miles long connecting the Shrine of St Augustine in Ramsgate to historic Canterbury, following in the footsteps of St Augustine.
The possibilities are endless in Bedgebury! Cycling for all abilities is on offer, from beginners to seasoned experts. Don't forget to take your map and head out for one amazing day out!
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.
Broomhill Park is set high above the River Medway in Strood. With woodland, stunning views, play areas, walks and a trim trail it is popular place with local community.
Biddenden Millenium Field in the heart of Biddenden Village is a nature and conservation area with streams and dipping ponds, woodland and fields.
Gazen Salts Nature Reserve in Sandwich is a peaceful place for a ramble. It offers around one and-a-half miles of footpaths, winding through a variety of habitats, including lakes, reed beds and a me...
Eastry Picnic Site, close to the centre of the beautiful old village of Eastry, is a peaceful place to enjoy a picnic lunch and views of the countryside.
Denge and Eggringe Woods are a large areas of adjoining woodland with a good network of paths and bridleways.
Long Rock is an area of coastal open ground between Herne Bay and Whitstable. Windswept , and with big empty skies, it is a good place for a walk to blow away the cobwebs.
Kingsborough Manor Community Woodland, a newly planted wood with young trees, offers the local community a wonderful place for outdoor play, walks, and exercise.
Grove Park & Rose Hill Woods has a small woodland, traditional play park and a cricket pitch, it is an ideal place to visit throughout the year.