- the deer paddock is an attractive grassy area featuring trees such as the walnut and the variegated sycamore
- the lake is a shady oasis for wildlife fringed with overhanging trees, where ducks can be found paddling around its edges
- the valley is the largest area of the park, with alder trees running along its centre, marking the course of the Brockhill Stream as it wends its way down towards the nearby Royal Military Canal.
- Monday to Friday: £1.50
- Weekends and bank holidays: £2.50
There are height restrictions at this site.
All users, including Blue Badge holders, must pay & display or have a valid season ticket.
Brockhill Park Estate
Brockhill Country Park sits on the former Brockhill Park Estate, historically linked to Saltwood Castle.
It's likely the old estate was a game estate to the castle during Norman times, supplying meat, fish and timber.
In the late 1400s, the Tournay family took over the estate. The last of their successors, William Tournay, had the biggest impact on the estate and is responsible for a lot of what you see during your visit.
After William's death in 1903 the manor house - Brockhill School's main building - became known to the villagers of Saltwood as the Haunted House.
Creating the park
We bought the estate in 1947 and opened it to the public in 1986.
Lullingstone Country Park
Come to the park and join the hunt for the elusive Easter Bunny!
Shorne Woods Country Park
Come and find the Easter Bunny! Follow a short marked trail around the park, enjoy Easter themed crafts in the Visitor Centre and meet the Easter bunny.
Café opening hours
Easy access paths
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