Lullingstone Country Park is internationally important for its collection of ancient trees, with over 200 veteran oak, beech, ash, sweet chestnut, and lots more, with some believed to be over 800 years old. The park also has chalk grassland with orchids and other wildflowers. There are waymarked trails including the Discovery Trail for children, the Woodland Walk, and the Lullingstone Loop. It is also home to a play area for children under 12 years, a cradle swing and zip wire, lots of events, including trails, and lots more in this 460 acre park.

Opening Hours
9am-9pm or dusk - whichever is earlier.


Pathways to visitor centre and play area for easy access, though there are unsurfaced paths throughout the area. All facilities such as toilets, café and shop are accessible. PDF on their website with further details.

Eynsford Station - 1.1 miles.

Parking charges apply.
Free parking for season ticket holders or visitors on motorbikes.
Blue Badge holders may apply for concessionary parking.

Dogs on leads around the car park, café, and play area, though can be off lead in other parts of the park.

Additional Notes
There is a pdf on the veteran trees on their website.

Cafe • Toilet •  Disabled Toilet • Picnic Area • Shop

Picture Credit: © Kent County Council.

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