Riverside Country Park

Introduction

This park is one of many Sites of Scientific Interest that punctuate the North Kent coast.

The terrain is a refuge for a wide range of wildlife; particularly birds and accommodates the needs of several different species of bird including; brent geese, pintails, shelducks and black-tailed godwits.

The Riverside Country Park totals over 100 hectares of the Medway Estuary and incorporates the Motney Hill and Berengrave Local Nature Reserves.

As well as bird watchers and nature lovers the park is well attended by families, dog walkers cyclists and a number of people enjoying the open air and tranquil views across the estuary.

There is a good visitors centre with a cafe and toilets on site, there is also a children's play area and recreated iron age homestead. Opening hours vary according to the season but the park generally shuts at dusk.

There is enough on site to spend a few hours there particularly is you enjoy the outdoors. It is a bit exposed so not really a wet weather attraction particularly if you take children with you.

Opening times (please check before visiting)
Winter: 8.30am to 5.00pm Summer: 8.30am to dusk (8:30 latest)
Tel: 01634 378987

Other information:
-Cycling allowed
-Riding allowed
-Parking
-Toilets
-Disabled toilets
-Disabled parking
-Refreshments
-Public transport
-Visitor centre
-Visitor guide


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Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015