- Monday to Friday: £1.20
- Weekends and bank holidays: £2
There is a height restriction barrier at the entrance to the car park which is set at 7’ 6”. If you are planning a trip with a high sided vehicle and require access for the day please contact 03000 42 09 92 to book your visit.
Please note the car park is not suitable for buses and coaches.
All users, including Blue Badge holders, must pay & display or have a valid season ticket.
Teston Bridge Country Park opened to the public in autumn 1978, before which it was used for grazing livestock. Two of the meadows are still grazed as part of the site management.
Dating back to the 13th Century and made with Kentish ragstone, the bridge is a well-known feature in the area. The central arch was rebuilt at the end of the 18th Century to improve navigation on the river. Three other arches were rebuilt in 1830, and the whole bridge was restored in 1978.
There has been a lock at Teston since the 1740s. Look out for the ruins of the lindseed oil and cattle cake mill which burnt down in 1885. The current lock dates from 1911.
This park is managed by the Kent County Council Kent Country Parks team.
We produce a management plan every 5 years to make sure Teston Bridge Country Park continues to thrive. The park was classified as a Local Wildlife Site in 2009 due to the site supporting a wide range of plant and wildlife species. The management plan includes information about conservation, heritage management and community engagement and exists so you can continue to enjoy this green space.
For more information on how we sustainably manage the park, read our Teston Bridge Country Park management plan. (PDF, 1.7 MB).
Easy access paths
There is a play area at the far end of the car park. This area is on level ground, with a wood chip surface and surrounded by a fence but can be accessed through a gateway.