Camer Park in Meopham near Gravesend is a 45 acre designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It includes a children's play area and woodland with ancient trees to be explored during a series of walks, one of which is accessible. There are uncut and natural areas to introduce colonies of invertebrates to the park, including reptiles such as common lizards. Once part of an estate, the private estate house can be seen from the park and has been open to the public since the 1970s.
At all times.
Locked 30 minutes before sunset each evening, There is pedestrian access though.
Lizards are not harmful, but we can harm them so do take care if you see one.
Cafe • Picnic Area • Toilets • Parking
Picture Credit: © Gravesham Borough Council.