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Shorne Woods Country Park, Gravesend

(4.3/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We have visited this country park on many occasions and in all weathers. There are many trails to follow depending on how energetic one is feeling. There is a gift shop and a cafe with inside and outs...  more »
  • Nice place to walk as family, so many different routes you can take depending on what sort of walk you want. Nice café also. However you have to pay for parking and be warned if you don't pay you WILL...  more »
  • My first visit to this park with a friend who recommended it. The walks are lovely. The café and shop do look lovely but a shame that the café wasn't as good as I expected. The hot chocolate was nice ...  more »
Google
  • Fantastic country park for all activities, there are clearly marked walking paths, cycling and riding paths. It's kept really well and the children's playing areas are excellent too. Food in the cafe is homemade and very nice. A good park in all weathers and easy to get to from motorway
  • I randomly discovered this place during a National Trust Tour. While not part of the NT, it has day parking for a couple of pounds and can be used to visit the NT mausoleum in Cobham Woods. Shorne has some fantastic walks around its woodland. Its well kept and a great place to take your dog for a walk. During School Holidays the Visitor/Food area can be a little busy, but there are plenty of places to picnic if you prefer. Café for hot drinks are a little expensive, but for £2 to park all day and have plenty of walks to last you it doesn't hurt to throw a few quid at them for a tea. Highly recommend stop if you like woodland walks.
  • Visited the woods with out little baby. Lovely walk. Great play area for big and small (the large play area was especially fun if I do say so myself!) Clean and so beautiful. Definitely recommend stopping off here if you're in the area or nearby.
  • A great Park with walks of varying distances. Something for everything. Pokemon stops within park kept oldest child happy. Would benefit even more from some geocache points.
  • Good walks, good park area for children, even the cafe although overpriced is nice.