Things to do at Lullingstone Country Park
Whether you’re a dog walker, rambler, runner, horse rider, or you just want a walk in some of Kent’s most beautiful countryside, Lullingstone’s 460 acres of chalk grassland and ancient woodlands can be explored by 4 especially waymarked trails.
Let your children play
Lullingstone Country Park has a fabulous play area that is perfect for children under 12. It contains a selection of climbing equipment and slides aimed at toddlers and younger children.
For the more adventurous, try following our Discovery Trail, where you will find a cradle swing and zip wire nestled in amongst the trees.
Dogs are welcome at Lullingstone Country Park but must be kept under control.
We ask that owners keep dogs on leads around the car park, café and play area, but they can be let off the lead in other parts of the park.
Please clear up after your dog and take waste back to key entrances for disposal in the dog waste bins provided.
There is a tap for dog drinking water at the main entrance to the visitor centre and drinking bowls are provided by the café.
Horse riders are welcome at Lullingstone Country Park and there is a 4 mile (6.3km) waymarked route that allows you to explore the park from horseback. Please talk to us about where to park your horse box before visiting.
A permanent orienteering course is available at the park for everyone to use.
Download an orienteering map from the Dartford Orienteering Klubb website or you can purchase a laminated map from the park shop for £1.
Get fit at Lullingstone Country Park
Why not get fit in the great outdoors? Every Tuesday at 10am during term time there is a healthy guided walk around the park. Anyone can just turn up and join in. It costs £2 per person.
There is also a parkrun every Saturday morning. Find out more on the parkrun website.
Lullingstone Country Park offers an exciting range of environmental education designed to complement classroom activities. With qualified staff and excellent facilities, the park is the perfect place to bring schools and groups to learn more about the natural world.