South Swale Nature Reserve
Faversham, Kent
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South Swale Nature Reserve is located to the north of Faversham and is owned by Kent County Council and is managed by the Kent Wildlife Trust.

Covering 420 hectares of Marshland and beach the reserve is home to thousands of wildfowl and waders and forms part of the Saxon Shore Way.  Dogs should be kept on lead on this walk but the out and back walk along the sea wall is well worth it with views across the estuary to the Isle of Sheppy.

Dog Restrictions:  Dogs on lead in the reserve

View along the sea wall

Parking Location

Address:  Faversham Road, Faversham, Kent CT5 4BP
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General Information

Terrain: Public footpath along the side of the sea wall which is flat but can be very muddy during wet weather.  Visitors are asked to avoid Castle Coote as this is a sensitive area for nesting and roosting birds so look out for sign posts.

Beach Restrictions?:  Dogs on lead in the reserve

Dog Bins:  Yes

Parking:  Free parking is available along Faversham Road. 

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