Tudeley Woods

A Beautiful And Much Improved Setting For Country Walks In Tudeley

Welcome to our Tudeley Woods page, it's one of the many beautiful outdoor attractions in Kent. If you've been to this wood we welcome your comments. Our contact details are at the bottom of the page. For more places to visit in and around the area check out our Discover Kent page.

A significant area of conifer plantation and arable field have been successfully restored to lowland heath with the help of a grant from the Countryside Stewardship Scheme and visitors can now enjoy a rich traditional patchwork of woodland walks and heathland clearings alive with bees and butterflies in the summer.

You can immerse yourself in the natural environment waking through the established trees and coppiced glades where woodland flora flourishes. This wood is home to a thousand different fungi and in common with many other parts of Kent there are orchids bluebells and primroses. Pippits, nightjars, and Dartford warblers are starting to establish populations. The management of the land has helped the long standing tradition of charcoal burning to continue.

Dogs are allowed on the public footpaths.

Opening Times

There is limited parking available and the reserve is always open. There is no entrance charge but donations are welcome.

Location & Contact

From the A21 north of Pembury, turn right immediately after Fairthorne Garage to access Half Moon Lane, the car park is on the left hand side of of the lane, about a third of a mile down.

  • Visit the www.rspb.org.uk website for more information.

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