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Lower Leas Coastal Park

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Lower Leas Coastal Park

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138Paul138 wrote a review Feb 2021
Canterbury, United Kingdom664 contributions128 helpful votes
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Parked in a side street in Sandgate, (2hours free), headed to the sea turned left and just followed the path in the direction of Folkestone. Path is smooth, well maintained and wide enough for walkers and cyclists. Some very colourful beach huts line part of the route. Beaches are formed in crescent shapes with piles of boulders forming breakwaters. There is a cafe along the path called The Mermaid Cafe. You can walk all the way to Folkestone Harbour, or you can take a path back up to The Leas. Our route was about 5kms.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Vanessa M wrote a review Dec 2020
London, United Kingdom112 contributions132 helpful votes
This is one of my favourite walks in Kent. Along the Leas, down the zig zag, along the lower Leas and then along the Harbour Arm. Beautifully maintained with stunning sea views and a clear sight to France!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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phatpigeon wrote a review Dec 2020
London1 contribution
Super linear park amongst trees on the coast, right by beach. Play areas, toilets, cafe and beach of course. Can walk along to harbour or other direction to Sandgate. Council have recently increased car parking charges. Reasonable up to an hour stay but anything more you will pay £12 for 1 hour up to 4 hrs then more than 4 is £20, yes £20.... As the activities are free might make it easier to swallow for some visitors (Note there is no adjacent free parking it's permit zones). Free parking is a (steep walk) up the cliffside. Its a great council facility, such a pity the crazy car park charges put it out of reach of those who might need it most.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Rikblak wrote a review Oct 2020
Deal, United Kingdom96 contributions38 helpful votes
There seemed to be quite a good children's adventure playground here. I t was a nice walk and sheltered from the sea which was appreciated on a windy day.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Barqingmad wrote a review Oct 2020
Deal, United Kingdom22 contributions5 helpful votes
Great place to stretch your legs, and walk the dogs. Very flat easy stroll! Had a coffee and cake in Sandgate.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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