Events and activities at Lullingstone Country Park
Join members of the Orpington Astronomical Society at Lullingstone Country Park to view and learn about some of the more challenging and exotic objects of the night sky. These will include the Pleiades (a beautiful cluster of 7 stars), the famous Orion Nebula and the Andromeda Galaxy only 2.5 million light years away!
Find out about our other events and activities
Build your team spirit
Our Woodland Adventure Day is suitable for all ages and lifestyles and our staff are great at making everyone feel at home in the countryside, fostering creativity and togetherness on a day packed with exploration and adventure.
Make your child's birthday party fantastic
A unique venue for a fun-filled party in the great outdoors with activities to fire their imagination. Let us do the hard work so you can enjoy a stress-free, fun-filled day. From den building to bushcraft, parties can be held all year round, whatever the weather.
Come down and explore the woods on a self-led trail around the park. All completed trails will receive a small prize. Trail sheets cost £3 and can be purchased from the visitor centre.
Orienteering and geocaching
Embrace your inner adventurer by navigating around our permanent orienteering course. Download a map from the Dartford Orienteering Klubb website or purchase a laminated map from the park shop for £1.
Or if treasure hunting is more your thing, use your phone or GPS handset to find geocache boxes throughout the park. Find out more about geocaching, download the app or sign up to create an account at Geocaching.com.
Whether you're bringing a group of adults, or organising a visit for your youth group or school, Lullingstone offers a while range of activities available to book. Our cosy, modern café is the perfect base for your visit, with it's flexible group meeting space.
Lullingstone Country Park offers a broad range of environmental education designed to compliment and consolidate classroom activities. With qualified staff and excellent facilities, it is the ideal place to bring schools and groups.
Make friends and get fit at the weekly park run that hosts up to 150 runners every Saturday. Afterwards, why not relax and socialise over a coffee in the spacious and contemporary visitor centre café.
If you prefer a slower pace, the park has a number of waymarked routes that are different lengths, marked on the map of Lullingstone Country Park (PDF, 1.2 MB).
Every Tuesday at 10am during term time there is a healthy guided walk, which anyone can just turn up and join in. It costs £2 per person.
Volunteer in the great outdoors
An enjoyable, sociable experience improving your local countryside for the whole community - volunteering can be truly rewarding. There are a wide variety of roles that need to be filled, and we would really value any input and skills that you could bring.