Surprisingly, Kent offers you more ancient woodlands to explore than anywhere else – a stirring glimpse of what the original wildwood could have been like that covered the UK after the last Ice Age 10,000 years ago.
The Blean, near Faversham, embraces the largest ancient woodlands in the southeast, including mature oak.
Have your binoculars ready to spot birds aplenty from sparrow hawks to mallards.
There are so many activities to blow away the cobwebs from walking, cycling and horse riding that there is nothing quite like exploring outdoor Kent.
Country Parks & Nature Reserves
Sometimes the most revitalising activity is simply to let time drift by.
Flying a kite, pausing to notice the many aromas of wild flowers and the cheeky antics of birds, sitting with a picnic in a bluebell wood – stock up with scrumptious bread, cheese, preserves and fruit at the county’s farmers’ markets.
There’s ample opportunity for all of these activities at 80 country parks, picnic sites and nature reserves across Kent.
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