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#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in River
The other side has its own charms with a park area for children, plenty of grass areas for picnics, another more natural waterway with its nooks and crannies.
Picnic in the park .work is currently being undertaken to improve parking and the facilities this is still a great place to visit for walks and to chill out russel gardens opposite is also being renovated at this...

Dover Beach

Dover, UK 0.7 mi away
#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dover
It's only been open a month or so, but is fantastic - views back to Dover castle and along the white cliffs, plus all the action with ferries coming and going.
Stunning views of the castle and always something to watch with the ferries coming and going or sea swimmers.

The White Cliffs of Dover

Dover, UK 3.0 mi away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dover
Such a beautiful coast the famous "White Cliffs of Dover" stunning scenery amazing views across the English Channel so much history and the Magnificent Dover castle sat right at the top magical at night time with...
It's roughly 3 hours depending on your fitness but full of variety with incredible sea views and many places of interest along the way, The Dover Patrol monument, South Foreland Lighthouse, Noel Cowards House and...
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Sandwich Wildlife Park

Sandwich, UK 2.8 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Sandwich
... the animals , enclosures are beautifully set out , and indoor area very warm ( good in January) beautiful animals , well cared for , great cafe for tea and cake , thank you to everyone who made our visit speci...
Mark then took all three of us on a guided tour around the Tropic House, where we encountered all sorts of animals: Susie the 16 foot long python, a nile crocodile, 3-week-old baby meerkats, bushbabies, toads, a s...

Samphire Hoe

Dover, UK 2.7 mi away
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dover
A refreshing natural walks along the shores and the Shakespeare's cliff adds beauty to the scenery , it was my short visit but enjoyed the nature , will come back again and explore more
This is an amazing place its so quiet build from the channel tunnels workings its a very quiet nature reserve you can walk through it at the base of he cliffs its a very big place.
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#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in River

St Margaret's Bay Beach

St Margaret's Bay 4.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in St Margaret's Bay
Great little bay to just sit and watch the world go by , plenty of activity on the water watching the shipping, planes overhead and trains somewhere under the sea! car park next to sea ,refreshments on hand and th...
The rock pools are especially nice to have a look through to see any crabs and fish, a great place for the family as a quiet little bay to enjoy the summer weather and also very good as a romantic place for couples.

Connaught Park

Dover, UK 1.8 mi away
#8 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dover

Walmer Castle and Gardens

Walmer, UK 6.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Walmer
... steal the show The tulips, snowdrops and daffodils were amazing and there's plenty of space for children and animals to roam freely There is also a large picnic area which is great Fantastic views of the sea
Walmer Castle and Gardens has always been a great experience - interesting castle, scary dungeons, beautiful gardens, fabulous flowers and green houses with hot house plants, a super sundial, terrific trees, nice...

Lower Leas Coastal Park

Folkestone, UK 6.8 mi away
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Folkestone
... park equipment was super and our two year old had fun fun fun Found mermaid cafe for a lovely light bite Overall definitely worth a visit with lots of picnic benches and area for a pit stop Beautiful plants too
Excellent play area for the children along with a beautifully landscaped walk parallel with the English Channel which affords great sea views and offers picnicking facilities.

Sunny Sands

Folkestone, UK 5.8 mi away
#3 of 11 Nature & Parks in Folkestone
A pretty good hard walk area tbh, stairs, cliffs but well worth it as you can just take it easy- plenty of seating everywhere to suit all ages!
Toilets are close to the beach easy access onto the beach, pubs, restaurants are all within walking distance to the beach.

The Pines Garden

St Margaret's Bay 4.5 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in St Margaret's Bay
A really enjoyable afternoon, after a pleasant walk along the prom at St Margaret’s Bay we strolled up to The Pines Tea rooms where we were warmly welcomed by Michelle and here staff.
This lovely gardens is very tranquil there are picnic tables around if you want to take your own food but just across the road is a lovely tearooms and museum well worth visiting these attractions

East Cliff and Warren Country Park

Folkestone, UK 5.0 mi away
#5 of 11 Nature & Parks in Folkestone
Just a really great place to walk your dogs ... has a really good mix of beach and countryside The countryside part even has a nature trail Just a really nice place to walk with the dogs
Beautifully serene, bird song at every turn and plenty of greenery and plants about to bloom.
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Kingsdown Beach

Kingsdown, UK 6.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Kingsdown
A lovely place to walk and sit looking out to sea.Good pub on beach serving great food also dog friendly.Spend happy walks with my dog and friends all times of the year.Well worth a visit at any time.
We walked down past the pub 'The Zetland Arms' onto the pebbly beach and took a walk of about a mile up to the stony part and around where we sat in the sun and had a picnic.

Zig Zag Path

Folkestone, UK 6.4 mi away
#4 of 11 Nature & Parks in Folkestone
Always best to go down than up but the reward is a walk through the Coastal Park with the stunning flowers and then along the Boardwalk, past the Poppies and back to the HarbourArm for something to eat or drink
Reminiscent of a grotto, this path is a fascinating experience, taking you from the elegance of The Leas down to the Coastal Park, finishing near the ampitheatre.