Read our Earth Day blog to discover the wealth of rare species living in Kent and how our Biodiversity Strategy aims to protect them and their habitats. With species disappearing at an alarming rate i...
Join Rufus and Sorin Roberts who take you around the superb Shorne Woods Country Park while they get a little messy and muddy exploring the depths of what the country park has to offer!
We've collected some great ways to share an outdoor adventure and create long lasting memories with Mum in the Kent countryside this Mother's Day.
Although spring has only just officially started, the spring weather came early this year with warm conditions in February resulting not only in an early display of snowdrops and primroses but unprece...
Guest Blogger Tom Chapman gives you an insight into one of Kent's best rock climbing locations Bowles Rock.
If you are stuck for things to do, why not venture to one of Kent’s many playgrounds which offer hours of outdoor fun. We have taken a look at our top five play zones for the little ones, in and aroun...
The launch of the Kent Year of Green Action took place yesterday with the creation of a wildlife pond and pond dipping station plus some very special guests!
Get ready for the Big Garden Birdwatch this year with some of the best places to watch birds as well as how you guys can get involved!!
It's a new year and it's time for you guys to get involved with helping and getting stuck in with the environment for the start of 2019! This guest blog by Elizabeth Kemp tries to encourage you guys t...
You're in for a lot of fun! Adam, Ella and their friends have shared with us all their favourite activities at their local woodland - Joyden's Wood.
Everything we do over the festive season has an impact on the environment, from travelling to the shops to wrapping gifts. Here are our top tips to caring for the planet this Christmas.
Don't stay indoors just because it's chilly! Guest blogger Lyliah has some ideas to get you outdoors - why not collect some autumn leaves on your walk and try some natural crafts?
This is a must do for half-term to give you and your family the chance to embrace nature during their time off of school!
Do you enjoy using our Public Rights of Way? Do you have suggestions on how they can be improved? This is your chance to make your voice heard! Read the draft strategy of the Rights of Way 10 year Imp...
Wild swimming is the perfect way to cool off and enjoy nature. Rivers and seas can be unpredictable though, so read Explore Kent's top safety tips to swim safe this summer.
CountryBike test out their bikes for hire by taking them for a spin down the Tudor Cycle Trail, from Penshurst Place to Tonbridge, enjoying fantastic views and wildlife at Haysden Country Park.
Explore Kent have teamed up with Visit Kent for National Walking Month to bring you the best selection of Kentish walks all with somewhere to eat and a place to visit on the route!
Follow The French Londoner as she leaves the big city behind on her adventures around Ramsgate's city centre and picturesque coastal paths.
KCC’s Public Rights of Way and Access Service is producing a new Rights of Way Improvement Plan which will be consulted on later in 2017 / early 2018 and we want you to have your say!
We've teamed up with Kent based yoga teacher Samantha Stone to bring you yoga for walkers. So get strong and have a stretch ready for your next adventure
Build arm strength, core strength and stretch it out in this tailored yoga video for canoeists, kayakers and rowers, if you like a paddle this one's for you!
Join Leanne from Pine and Peak and share a love of the outdoors and gorgeous fluffy dogs. Join them as they explore the wonderfulness of the Faversham marshes.