Brockhill Country Park
Hythe, Kent
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Brockhill Country Park is made up of three areas which include a lake, woodland and meadows all of which used to be part of a Norman manor.

Three waymarked trails exist and lead you around the park.

  • Blue Route (Lake Loop) 1.1km surfaced route
  • Red Route (Short Valley Walk) 2.5km grass surfaced route
  • Green Route (Valley Wildlife Walk) 2.6km grass surfaced route
    (Dogs to be kept onlead in the valley where sheep graze)
Picnic area and cafe are available for refreshment
Waymarked trails at Brockhill Country Park

Parking Location

Address: Sandling Road, Hythe, Kent, CT21 4HL
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General Information

The park has three main areas consisting of the Lake, Vallye meadows and woodland.

Distance: Three waymarked trails exist covering different parts of the country park.

Time:  Approx. 1 hour dependant on route and pace.

Terrain: Blue route is surfaced with some slopes.  Red and Green routes are grassed with steps and slopes.

Stiles: A few gates but no stiles.

Dogs on leads?: Dogs allowed off lead around the park but must be on lead when sheep are grazing in the meadowand when close to the carpark and cafe.

Dog Bins:  Yes

Parking:  Large pay and dispaly carpark available.  Can also pay via parking apps.

The Route

Click the walk title in the top right of the above window or clicking here will open the route on the AllTrails website or the mobile app.  You can then create a free account which will then allow you to follow the route as you walk on your mobile.  If you would rather not sign up to All trails free account and use another mapping app (such as OS Maps, Outdooractive or Komoot etc) on your phone then you can download the GPX file below and import this into your desired app inorder to follow the trail.

The Walk Details ...

  1. Starting from the carpark follow the Blue trail round and down to the Lake.  
  2. When you reach the far end of the Lake you can either continue with the Blue trails and head back or choose to continue with the Red or Green Trail.
  3. The Red and Green trail initially follow the same route down to the far end of the Valley.
  4. At this point the two trails split with the Red following the Stream back to the Lake and the Green taking you into the Valley meadows.
  5. Once back at the Lake follow the Blue route back to the car park where you started your walk and visit the Cafe.

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