Hothfield Heathlands in Ashford is an 86 heathland has Highland cows and Konik ponies in this woodland site that includes the last four valley bogs in Kent, and is one of the last ancient heathlands in England. Noted for its dragonflies, and many other wildlife, also heather, gorse and a myriad of tiny and rare plants.
At all times
Wheelchair accessible, though paths and boardwalks are narrow and steep in places.
Allowed, some areas required to be on lead.
It can be soft and slippery after/in rain so access can be limited in areas and paths are made from natural compacted sand but will get wetter and more eroded as you travel further from car park and during periods of heavy rain.
Picture Credit: Kent Wildlife Trust.