Your County - Putting Kent First
Services we provide
Kent has over 4,400 miles (7,100 km) of public footpaths,
bridleways and byways providing free access to the county's much
loved countryside and coast.
These are all managed by the Public
Rights of Way and Access Service.
is a working document that outlines work that has already
been achieved on Kent’s public rights of way.It also lists key
objectives to improve the public rights of way network over the
next 10 years.
Whether you want to get
active in the Kent countryside or improve your skills and
experience by working with our staff on an exciting volunteer
project to suit most people, we offer offer something for
Do you want to find out more and start exploring Kent's
countryside and coast?
Explore Kent can help you find out about walking,
cycling, country parks and horse riding and discover new ideas
for great days out. You can use the interactive map to find
out what's near you.
Like a public road, a public right of way is a highway which
anybody may use at any time. Public rights of way are recorded on a
legal record of public rights of way:
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