SHORNE WOODS COUNTRY PARK

 Shorne Woods Country Park
Shorne, Kent
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Introduction

Shorne Woods Country Park has everything you need for a day out with your dog.  With 292 acres of woodland, wetlands and meadows and six waymarked trails to choose from there is lots to explore.  

Dogs need to be kept on lead in certain areas which includes where seasonal cattle are grazing and the meadows next to the cafe.  There is however a pond where dog swimming is allowed and is signposted from the picnic area.

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Shorne Woods Country Park

Parking Location

Address: Brewers Road, Shorne, Kent, DA12 3HX
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General Information

Distance: Six circular waymarked trails that range from a 1 Km Easy Access Trail to the 10Km Darnley Trail (See link to Country Park Map above)

Time:  Depends on your chosen trail and pace.

Terrain:  Mixture of surfaced pathways on the Orange and purple trails with all others on unsurfaced footpaths through woodland so can be very muddy during the winter and wet weather.

Stiles:  None.

Dogs on leads?:  Dogs on lead around the seasonal grazing cattle, meadows next to cafe, car park, picnic area, play areas and fishing lake.  All other areas dog are allowed off lead.

Dog Bins:  Yes located around the park.

Parking:  Pay and display or phone app  parking availaable in the large carpark.

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 ...

Shorne Woods Country Park has six waymarked trails which are all well sign posted and easy to navigate.  The route shown above is the 3.2km Red Route which gives you an idea of the elevation and distance.  You can also download and follow the route on the AllTrails App or download the gpx file and use in a map app of your choice.

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