1 Welcome to How to find us Kent Country Parks Brockhill Country Park Brockhill Country Park Sandling Road, Hythe, Kent, CT21 4HL. Open daily (except Christmas Day). Telephone: 03000 420993. 9am until dusk. Email: Brockhill Discover a location steeped Web: in beauty and history A2. Once part of the estate of a Norman manor, the B2068. Hastingleigh park lies in the shadow of the North Downs and 0. A26. is part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding A20 Elham TROSLEY. Natural Beauty. It is rich in wildlife, with a central COUNTRY PARK. A20. lake, open grassland and meadows, and all the M20 11.
2 Brockhill facilities you need for a great family day out. FOLKESTONE. 59. A2. Brockhill features HYTHE. Brockhill Caf . Well renowned for its great value vegetarian By car follow signs from the M20 junction 11, food and refreshments. daily towards Hythe. Then follow brown tourism signs Picnic area (10am-4pm November to March). for Brockhill Country Park, which shares a joint Play area Children's play area entrance with Brockhill School. Little ones can run wild in the safety Waymarked walks of our popular children's play area. By bus Stagecoach operates the number 10.
3 Bus service between Folkestone and Ashford. For details visit Season tickets Three distinctive areas to explore Buy a season ticket and save money on By train the nearest train station is Sandling. The Former Deer Paddock (picnic area) parking at all our country parks. 03000 41 72 72 Turn left out of the station and walk for 20. An attractive grassy area featuring trees minutes along the Sandling Road. For rail Free e-newsletter including ancient pollarded oaks and the walnut. enquiries phone 08457 48 49 50. Sign up online for the latest news and events The Lake at a park near you.
4 This leaflet is available in other formats and Fringed with overhanging trees, this is a shady can be explained in other languages. oasis for wildlife. Can you spot the leafy dragon? The Valley Phone 03000 413500 or email: Yours to discover The largest area of the park, with alder trees running along its centre, marking the course of the Brockhill Stream as it winds its way down For further details on the park and its facilities towards the nearby Royal Military Canal. visit: An award-winning park since 2007 Walks Discover Brockhill Country Park Picnic area Sa ndl ing R Main oa d Entrance Blue Route Distance: miles ( ).
5 Take a short walk around the Victorian lake, once Permissive paths the centrepiece of the Brockhill Estate. Red Route All paths are surfaced, although the walk has some slopes and steps. Blue Route The Lake Red Route Public footpath N. Distance: miles ( ) Internal fence Leading on from the Blue Route, this walk takes Marshy areas Cascade you through the valley to great views of the English Forty Steps Channel. Lake Stream Look our Steps The Hollow Oak Snowdrops the park is renowned for its View point The Valley white-carpet winter displays of snowdrops. Toilets In the summer you can see red campion.
6 B ro ck Disabled toilets hil lS. tre Dragonflies the lake is a favourite spot for Parking a m dragonflies to hunt for prey in the summer months. Information Play area Butterflies a wide variety make the park their Gate home, including the marbled white, peacock and gatekeeper. Caf . Picnic sit