Five best local dog walks

Take your furry friend for a stroll in one of these beautiful local spots

Bedgebury Pinetum Autumn

Bedgebury Forest

Explore the winding paths through the heart of the estate; this dog friendly area has it all from clean clear paths of all lengths to the scenic beauty of the woodland. There is plenty of room for your four-legged friend to run and have fun in the foliage or trot along the paths by your ankles. Discover the woodlands together with the maps and signposts to guide your way back to the glassy lake adjacent to the coffee shop.

www.forestry.gov.uk/bedgebury 

Dunorlan Park Tunbridge Wells

Dunorlan Park

Dunorlan Park is one of the premium parks in the area having won awards. It’s a lovely place to walk and admire the emerald short grass, the perfect place to play ball or even go for a jog.  The calming atmosphere and extensive grounds can allow a walk of any length, however there is a clear path around providing stunning scenery from all angles.

www.friendsofdunorlanpark.org.uk

Knole Park

Knole Park

The National Trust Sevenoaks Park, allows dogs to walk on leads through the historic deer estate. The mixture of well-preserved Kentish woodland and open fields present the countryside creating a widespread habitat for your dog to explore.

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/knole

Calverley Grounds

Calverley Grounds

Tunbridge Wells’ town park is the peace and serenity of the borough – whether it’s a quick walk in your lunch break or a gentle wander, the park is the perfect place to while away the hours with your beloved pet in tow.

www.visittunbridgewells.com

Chennell Park Walk

Chennell Park Walk

Based in Tenterden the two-mile walk starts and ends at the Tenterden Gateway, the walk provides spectacular views of both the town and Weald of Kent to the south. The walk consists of well-marked field paths and meadows and takes an hour on average to complete. Perfect for wearing your pet out!

www.tenterdentown.co.uk