The Warren is semi ancient oak woodland, but it also includes areas of natural grassland, a large pond and ancient sand quarries. It is a peaceful place and popular with dog walkers and families.
The Meads Community Woodland is a small native woodland and meadow area with circular walks and abundant wildlife.
The Fleet is a small waterway running through Sheerness. Although the surrounding area is industrial the waterway itself is a tranquil place that attracts wildlife, including a Heron.
Tankerton Slopes, just outside Whitstable, is an area of common land between the town and the seashore. It has brightly coloured beach huts and steep paths that lead down to the beach.
Sturry Road Community Park is one of the largest community-led greenspace regeneration projects in the UK. It has been created by the community for the community and has a wide range of activities and...
Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve is a stunning natural environment teeming with wildlife throughout the year.
Spencer Square gardens lie in the centre of one of Ramsgate's finest Georgian squares at the top of the town above the Port.
South Foreland Valley to the north of Dover is an area of chalk downland with an abundance of historical interest, plenty of wildlife, walking trails, and fantastic views.
The Western Heights is a historically important fortification set high above Dover on the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It is surrounded by chalk meadows full of wildlife and ...
Wye National Nature Reserve has a beautiful and varied landscape of chalk downland, woodland and scrub on the steep slope of the North Downs, and stunning views across Kent.
Wraik Hill & Foxes Cross Bottom Nature Reserve is an area of scrub and woodland that is managed so that visitors can enjoy access to the views and the countryside, and wildlife can thrive.
Whitstable Castle provides a delightful backdrop to the tranquil pergolas and planted areas, an exciting natural play space for children, and historical tea gardens overlooking the Swale Estuary.
Whitehall Meadows and Bingley Island is low lying grassland next to the River Stour on the outskirts of Canterbury. Linked to the city centre park, Westgate Gardens, and the open countryside of the S...
Brookland Lake is a fishing lake that has waterside trails open to the public. It is tucked away and peaceful place for a lakeside stroll.
Whinless Down Nature Reserve is a gateway to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a good place for a bracing walk and it has dramatic views over Dover.
Step into the oasis of the Westgate Parks located minutes away from Canterbury City Centre. Rated a top destination for Canterbury on Trip Advisor!
The views from Ide Hill are some of the most spectacular in Kent, and this woodland can be enjoyed alongside other National Trust treasures nearby.
Crazy golf, skateboarding, model train rides, play areas and open spaces with many sports pitches can all be found here by the castle in Tonbridge.
The isolation of Polhill – together with its views over the Darenth Valley – make it a great place to enjoy the unusual plant life found here.
A charming, diverse hilltop woodland hidden away behind a traditional village church, Platt Wood is a wonderfully secluded spot to escape from it all.
An ancient woodland set back from the seafront in the Seabrook Valley near Folkestone, Paraker Wood benefits from colourful displays of wildflowers in spring.
Oxenhill offers walks through developing, managed woodland and meadows. A secluded spot, it can be explored alongside nearby Kemsing Downs and Palace Park Woods.
Oakfield Park is a well-used green space in the suburbs of Dartford. Home to cricket and football teams, it features play equipment for youngsters too.