An asset enjoyed by the whole community, Stone Recreation Ground has a playground, basketball and football pitches for young and old, and a cricket square.
St John's Recreation Ground, located just off St John's Road, is a vibrant and busy park with something for everyone, including play areas, ball courts, a picnic area and a skate park.
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.
At 467 acres, Shoreham is actually five different woods linked together, carpeted by bluebells in spring but perfect for long walks any time of year.
Just outside of Sevenoaks, the Common is a great place to enjoy peaceful walks through typical English woodland.
Running from Hythe to Cliff End in Sussex, a walk along the Royal Military Canal will take you through beautiful marshes, woodland and picturesque villages.
This Local Nature Reserve is a natural wooded oasis for insects, wildflowers and small animals set in the big open skies of the Romney Marshes.
The Riverside Leisure Area's waterfront promenade, flower gardens, lake, playground and fitness area are all overlooked by the historic fort which once defended the city.
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.
With its vast open spaces, playground and ponds for both fishing and feeding the ducks, Radnor Park is an essential part of Folkestone community life.
The headquarters of the Kent Wildlife Trust, Tyland Barn is a great educational resource for schools, providing a handy centre for learning about nature.
The common land at Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall comprises 256 acres of woods and heath, famous for their sandstone outcrops and great for exploring.
Although accessible only on foot, the steep meadows and woods of The Larches are definitely worth exploring, with some great views to be enjoyed.
Tucked away in the tranquil, picturesque Mount Sion area of Tunbridge Wells, The Grove is a peaceful wooded open space complete with a popular playground.
Hidden away at the top of Temple Hill, The Enchanted Woodland provides an oasis of calm woodland and is a great space for community activities.
A remnant of the ancient Taddington Wood in modern Walderslade, this quiet valley is a refuge from the encroachment of suburbia all around it.
Vinters Valley exists thanks to the efforts of the local community – volunteers have created a beautiful site that naturalists old and young can enjoy.
Famous for the important archaeological discoveries made here, Swanscombe Heritage Park combines informative panels with an adventure playground, sports fields and pleasant countryside walks.
This traditional park is especially great for kids. In summer the paddling pool, boating lake, miniature railway and playground are sure to keep them entertained.
Tonbridge Farm Sportsground is a great centre for outdoor sports and recreation, with a host of outdoor sports pitches, play facilities and a skate park.
Hidden in a valley and benefitting from the small stream which runs through it, Woods Meadow is a relatively unexplored haven of peaceful woodland.
Providing a variety of sports and recreational facilities for the town of Gravesham, Woodlands Park also boasts a hidden history beneath its surface.
Hidden away in a quiet corner of Tunbridge Wells, this perfect example of a Victorian cemetery is an ethereal haven of biodiversity and tranquility.