Haysden Country Park

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Haysden Country Park comprises 64 hectares of beautiful countryside, and is a great location for a family day out. The park is a relaxing setting for a variety of leisure activities. Visitors can spend time exploring the Nature and Historical Trails, or simply enjoy a stroll or cycle in the countryside. The park also has a children's play area and an outdoor picnic area. With two lakes and a stretch of the River Medway running through it, the park is a popular venue for water activities.

TypeOverall vote
Country park:5.8/10
Walk:7.3/10
Popularity rank: #7886

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Directions

How to get here

Car

Follow the Haysden Country Park signs from Tonbridge town centre, along Brook Street to Lower Haysden Lane where you will find the main entrance and car park.

Bus

route 211 stops infrequently at Molescroft Way to the south of the Park followed by a short walk along Lower Haysden Lane (beware as there is no footpath) to the main entrance.
Bus route 211 also stops infrequently at Chestnut Walk followed by a short walk along the pavement to the north entrance of the Park.

Cycle

From the east, National Cycle Route 12 leads to the Park from Tonbridge town centre via the Racecourse Sportsground, to the north entrance of the Park. From the west, National Cycle Route 12 is signposted from Penshurst Place.

Foot

There are a number of Public Rights of Way that lead to the Park. From Tonbridge town centre follow the path on the far northern boundary of the Racecourse Sports Ground, along by the River Medway to the north entrance of the Park.

Admission

Opening times:
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
07:30 - 18:0007:30 - 18:0007:30 - 18:0007:30 - 18:0007:30 - 18:0007:30 - 18:0007:30 - 18:00

Prices:

Free

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Contact

Address: Haysden Country Park, Lower Haysden Lane, Tonbridge, TN11 9BG, UK
Phone: +44 1732 876172

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