TESTON BRIDGE COUNTRY PARK

 Teston Bridge Country Park
Teston, Maidstone, Kent
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Introduction

Teston Bridge Country Park was opened to the public back in 1978 this 32 acres of grazed meadows with river walks and large grassed area adjacent to the carpark is all set around the 15th Century Teston Bridge.

Dogs are welcome but to be kept on lead around the carpark and play area.  Tutsham meadow and Coobe Hill are grazed by cattle and ponies at certain times of the year and signs will be on the gates at this time to advise that dogs are to be on lead. 

Teston Bridge Country Park Map

Parking Location

Address: Teston Lane, Teston, Kent, ME18 5BX
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General Information

Distance: Various footpaths both surfaced and unsurfaced exist around the country park along with access to the Medway Valley walk which leads to Rochester in the East (16miles) or Tonbridge in the West (12miles).

Time:  Depends on your chosen route and pace.

Terrain:  Easy access pathways lead from the carpark to Teston Lock for a short stroll or venture onto the unsurfaced footpaths all of which are fairly flat.

Stiles:  None.  Only kissing gates.

Dogs on leads?:  Dogs are welcome but to be kept on lead around the carpark and play area.  Tutsham meadow and Coobe Hill are grazed by cattle and ponies at certain times of the year and signs will be on the gates at this time to advise that dogs are to be on lead. 

Dog Bins:  Yes

Parking:  Paid parking available in the large car park.

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 ...

The walk we did above gives you an idea of the elevation and distance of a walk arounf the park.  The park has well defined paths so getting around and choosing your own route is easy enough and you wont get lost.  If your not sure then follow our route from the All Trails app or download the route to use in a mapp app of your choice.

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