These are top best parks in Kent that are rated by most visitors who visited kent.
1. Lower Leas Coastal Park
The Lower leas park was split into three recreational zones as it is opened in 2000. This is one of the hidden place of Folkestone and most kids love to play, walking on the grass.
2. Brockhill Country Park
Brockhill Country Park is located in the Saltwood, Hythe of England. The park is quiet and peace to have a wonderful day in picnic, also there is a small cafe at the park that sells a variety of snacks at reasonable prices compared to the shops.
Kids eventually love this place, while it has small play area that is dog friendly.
3. Kent Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre & Nature Park
This is a great place for having a fantastic day in summer, also this place is suitable for kids in holidays. At this park most of the facilities are free car parking, toilets, baby changing.
4. Quex Parks Secret Garden Centre
Quex Park is one of the beautiful place in the Kent for celebrating weddings and ceremonies. The park is too big more than 2 Acres of land and some of the space is used for selling nursery plants also it is a natural history museum and most of the treasures are from Africa and Asia.
5. Hole Park Gardens
Hole Park is located in the road of Benenden, Rolvenden, Cranbrook and the postcode is TN17 4JA. Make sure to check the dates, timings of the park and the admission fee is £7.00, Children £1 (5 – 18 years). The Hole park is covered more than 15 acres of land with beautiful flower trees and the area is amazing with outstanding garden.
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6. Barton’s Point Coastal Park
Barton’s Point coastal park is on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent. The park has changed a lot compared to the past years and a lot of people visit. Most kids love to play in this park and the dogs too permitted. There is also a cafe at this park that is affordable the best quality.
7. Heritage and Gardens
Kent is one of the best destination for having all these lovely Gardens, castles, Heritage is one of the beautiful garden. There are so many things to do in nearby places including Cathedral, Museums, Wildlife.
8. Camer Park
9. Milton Creek Country Park
Milton Creek Country Park is the newest green place where people love to fly kites, watching wild life, here we can enjoy a lot of time by watching in and around the park.
10. Teston Bridge Country Park
At Teston bridge county park we find a small space for playing football, volleyball, cricket and there is a fee for car parking £2. If you don’t have change then you have to pay additional amount. Toilets facilities is good including eating Ice-cream as the place is more crowded.
11. Trosley Country Park
The park is excellent for walking during normal days, if it is wet, then the grass will be slipy in some parts. The park has some great facilities cafe, wheelchairs and toilet.
12. Wingham Wildlife Park
Wingham has more wildlife animals and the price is too smart for an entry, opened for 7 days a week. For adults the charge is £17.00. We see numerous wild animals at this park, lion, tiger, parrots, Monkeys, Rio Fuerte Beaded Lizard.
13. Shorne Woods Country Park
The place is excellent for walking, kids playing and for Dogs. The park has low fees including for parking a car at £2, people said it is a massive place, great for whole family.
14. Cobham Heritage Park
Cobham Heritage Park is located in the Gravesham district of Kent. The park is specially designed for wild wood in the land of 190 acres of wood pasture.
15. Goodnestone Park Gardens
Goodnestone park is located in the Canterbury of Kent, England. The park has an entry fee of £7.00 for adults and kids £2.00. The park offers seasoned tickets, wheelchairs for unexpected prices.
16. Reculver Country Park & Visitor Centre
The Park is too good for couples, families and spending with dogs although the place is not too big for walking and playing football or something.
Cyclopark is for cycling those who want to ride their bicycles at this park. There is a coaching team where they help in cycling and racing. A lot of Cycle riders come here for having an enjoyment by racing the park.
Families and kids can have cycles for racing as the coach team will help in everything.
18. Lullingstone Country Park
The beautiful Lullingston Country park is the part of Darenth Valley, and it is very important for visitors because the collection of ancient trees are planted in this Park. Some of the trees are more than 800 years old like sweet chestnut, Hornbeam and Beech.
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