5 of the best picnic spots in Kent

August 6, 2020 12:06 pm Published by The best picnic spots in Kent

There’s nothing better than enjoying a spot of al-fresco lunch, but just where are the best picnic spots in Kent?

In this post we’ve listed our five favourite places to enjoy a picnic in the beautiful ‘garden of England’ during the Summer months.


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5 of the best picnic spots in Kent

1. Lullingstone Country Park

Close to Swanley, on the river Darent, Lullingstone Country Park has grassland, wildflowers and ancient woodland. It is one of the most beautiful places in Kent, so explore and find your perfect picnic spot. Dogs are also welcome.

2. Emmetts Garden

The meadow at Emmett’s Garden, near Sevenoaks, is one of the best picnic spots in Kent. From here you can enjoy breathtaking views over the lush Kent countryside.

3. Kingsgate Bay

If you fancy a picnic on the beach, Kingsgate Bay, Broadstairs is a great choice. It’s quieter than some of the nearby beaches and there are sea caves to explore while you work up an appetite. Just be careful to check the tide times, as the beach can get cut off at full tide!

4. Trosley Country Park

Not far from Catherine House (our development in Borough Green), Trosley Country Park has spectacular views across the North Downs. Bring along your own picnic, or grab something homemade from local, seasonal produce at the Bluebell Cafe.

5. Otford Mount

Just north of Sevenoaks, Otford Mount offers magnificent views across the local villages and farms. The walk up to the Mount can be a bit of a challenge, but the reward is well worth it. You will have definitely earned your picnic! Find details of this walk here.


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So there you have it, our 5 best picnic spots in Kent.


If you enjoyed this post about our favourite picnic areas in Kent, you might also be interested in our lists of the 10 outdoor things to do in Kent in Summer and 10 more wonderful things to do in Kent this Summer.

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