The Best Park in Maidstone

Handpicked Top 3 Parks in Maidstone, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Mote Avenue, Maidstone ME15 7SU

Walking Area, Dogs Accepted, Outdoor Attraction, Picnic Site, Play Areas, Playground, Seating, Educational Visits Accepted, Family Fun, Kids Play Area, Groups Accepted, Guide Dogs Permitted & Guided Tours Available for Individuals

Covering over 440 acres & 30 acre lake - Grassland, Woodland Rivers & Lake Available

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - Dusk Sat & Sun 8:00 am - Dusk

Beautiful, well maintained park in the middle of Maidstone next to leisure centre. Large lake and streams with wild fowl. Very popular with famillies, joggers and dog walkers. Is rather busy at peak times, but due to the large size of the park there are areas away from the facilities that are peaceful.
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Teston Lane, Teston, Maidstone ME18 5BX

Since 1978

Outdoor Attraction, Parking, Picnic Site, Picnics Area, Playground, BBQ, Toilets, Kids Play Area, Slides, Swings, Walking Area, Washrooms, Fishing, Drinks & Snacks

Free Admission - There are 23 spaces on a hard standing surface and 25 additional spaces in the grassy overflow car park - Disabled Facilities Available

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 8:30 pm

Lovely peaceful park. Play area for kids. Big carpark which is very cheap. Picnic area. Toilets. Lovely walks.
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Mill Meadow, St Peters Street, Maidstone ME16 0SX

Since 2001

Adventure Play Area, Two Nature Reserves, Toddler Play Area, Slides, Swings, Skate Park, Toilets, Walking Area, Boardwalks which Run through Trees, Riverstage Open-Air Arena & A Wharf for Boats

Located half a mile from Maidstone town centre - 18-Acre park combines a natural landscape of woodland & wildflower meadow - Wheelchairs Accessible

Mon - Sun 8:00 am - Dusk

Great park, plenty to explore, accessible via two footbridges across the Medway of via a public footpath from Maidstone West station.
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