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Once part of an 18th century estate, created by Thomas Douce,
Manor Park is an attractive location with plenty for the whole
family to enjoy.
Manor Park Country Park
St Leonard's Street
0300 333 6488
9am to dusk or 9pm. Whichever is earlier. Park closed Chrismas
Green Cafe opening times
Winter opening hours (1 Oct to 29 Feb) 9am till 3pm (weather
summer opening Hours (1 Mar to 30 Sep) 9am till 5pm.
Directions and public transport
Signposted from Kings Hill and West Malling town centre, the
park is situated just off St. Leonard's Street.
The nearest train station is West Malling (0.5 miles).
A pay and display car park operates
in Manor Park Country Park throughout the year, seven days a week.
Charges are Monday - Friday £1.50. Weekends and bank holidays
You can enjoy unlimited parking with
our Kent Country Parks season
The season ticket costs £40 is available by calling 0300 333
Managed by Kent County Council
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Located just a short walk south of West Malling town centre,
Manor Park has a large, open green space and an attractive lake,
perfect for a family day out!
Manor Park is a Site of Nature Conservation Interest with a
variety of native trees, providing habitats for many creatures.
Squirrels, woodpeckers, nuthatches, blue tits and robins are all
found in the park. The lake and the surrounding copses support an
abundance of wildlife, including swans, coot, moorhen, mallard and
The children's play area combines features for young and older
children, creating a challenging playscape for children
to test their climbing skills and balance.
The eco-friendly Green Cafe offers a range of light
meals and snacks.
Manor Park Country Park site leaflet
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