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King's Wood

White Hill, Challock TN25 4DG, England
+44 1233 664987
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A small piece of heaven

Kingswood is most glorious whatever the weather and in all seasons. You can walk for hours and... read more

Reviewed 30 December 2012
Faversham, United Kingdom
Walkers heaven

A very good place to have a family walk, safe for the children and play frames made for letting of... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2012
John R
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
White Hill, Challock TN25 4DG, England
+44 1233 664987
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Reviewed 30 December 2012

Kingswood is most glorious whatever the weather and in all seasons. You can walk for hours and often see no one else. As a working forest it is managed with great sensitivity. What I cant understand is how some dog owners clear up poo into...More

Thank Boblamoon
Reviewed 8 October 2012

A very good place to have a family walk, safe for the children and play frames made for letting of energy. It very peaceful and large areas to explore.

Thank John R
Reviewed 11 September 2012

I really don't want to tell you about this place. I want to keep it all to myself. For a start this old hunting reserve is very extensive, with coppiced areas, areas of Douglas pine, sweet chestnut and a lot of Corsican pine. So wildlife...More

2  Thank Pedroofpobla
Reviewed 4 September 2012

They are coppicing at the moment so it's looking a little ragged in places. Great for walking and running in all seasons, when it snows it's absolutely fabulous there, and the bluebells in May are amazing. please take yr litter with you tho thats the...More

Thank lynne2012
Reviewed 10 July 2012

if your looking for abit of peace and quite wit the dog then this is a wonderful place to go its rare to meet anyone on your walk and there is always something different to see so go and explore.

Thank emma_k890
Reviewed 25 June 2012

Lovely bluebells in the spring, unexpected artworks scattered about.

Thank Ffoodie
Reviewed 29 April 2012

A really nice place for a stroll with unique art work and plenty of off road parking. They also do tours and walks to look for wildlife (bat walks, deer tours)

Thank Grillamo
Reviewed 24 January 2012

We often walk from Challock to Chilham through Kings Wood, sometimes diverting at the Deer Leap heading towards Godmersham Park. On a fine day the views when taking this divertion are brilliant.

Reviewed 24 May 2011

This wood has a wonderful carpet of bluebells in late April & early May. The trees are beautiful too and the leaves just seem so green. Although there is a large car park, we got almost the last space. There is an easy, marked circular...More

2  Thank BayB0y
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Sophie W
15 April 2017|
Response from jakeshep90 | Reviewed this property |
Yea there is a couple and both the ones I have seen have lots of newts in them me and my girlfriend sat by the pond and had our lunch was really nice 😀
Juliet t
10 March 2017|
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Response from vinmin | Reviewed this property |
I would say try early April or even mid april as the daffodils are out but we still have tulips season before the blue bells. As some years ago it has been as late as end of April too. The bluebells last almost 3 weeks i... More
John H
10 July 2016|
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Response from ropeguru | Reviewed this property |
Dear John, Having some experience with the dreaded Knotweed, generally speaking the forestry commission would employ a contractor to remove this or spray it at least. Obviously this will not eradicate the weed entirely... More