Camer Country Park

Introduction

Camer Country Park was developed from an estate sold in 1967.

This was following the death of the last occupier, Kate Smith-Masters. The house from the original estate can be seen through the trees after walking approximately ¼ mile into the park from the café.

Camer Park is a popular 45-acre designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with enjoyable mature parkland and a small area of woodland appropriate for a stroll or relaxed games. The park provides opportunities for picnics, children's play and other fun pursuits for the whole family. The woodland area has been allowed to mature naturally providing a haven for wildlife. Tree enthusiasts can pick up a free copy of the 'Camer Park Tree Trail' leaflet from the cafeteria kiosk.

Walk information

A linear walk of 1.25 miles. The path surface across the park is short grass followed by a hardened surface with sporadic stones up to 50mm. The grass surface becomes very muddy and difficult to negotiate in wet weather, particularly in the winter months.

Directions

Bus: 416 (Gravesend to Meopham)

Road: From the A2 Gravesend, take the A227 towards Wrotham. Pass through Meopham village and turn left into Green Lane. Turn right into Camer Park Road and then 1st left into the car park. On entering the car park turn instantly right to the rear of the brick building to park on concrete brickette surfaced area.

There is car parking, toilets and a refreshment kiosk.

Address

Camer Park

Camer Park Road

Meopham

Kent

DA13 0AL

Tel: 01474 337449

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Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015