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Milton Creek Country Park, Sittingbourne

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Milton Creek Country Park is situated in 128 acres between Milton Regis and Kemsley , on the west bank of Milton Creek in Sittingbourne, Kent, England.

This site was once called Church Marshes Country Park.
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  • I walk at Milton Creek several time each week and find the park very enjoyable to be in. Lots of trails to follow and a nice lake. the only thing that lets this park down a little is the lack of car....  more
    I walk at Milton Creek several time each week and find the park very enjoyable to be in. Lots of trails to follow and a nice lake. the only thing that lets this park down a little is the lack of car....  more »
  • Nice to walk around - could spend a good couple of hours here as there are many routes heading in different directions. Mixture of gravel and grass paths. Quite popular for dog walkers and sometimes.....  more
    Nice to walk around - could spend a good couple of hours here as there are many routes heading in different directions. Mixture of gravel and grass paths. Quite popular for dog walkers and sometimes.....  more »
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  • Great place to walk the dog and exercise, with mostly hard paths, either tarmac around the main grassed area to hard core of shingle paths as you work your way out, wide paths for walkers and mountain biking. Central kids play area with no dogs allowed with a low fenced area. Many various routes around the park some challenging for the off-path runner or walker, to level routes for the slower walker. Large fishing lake to one side by the railway line for the Kent light railway, the park runs under the swale way dual carriageway. The main entrance is by the church and has the graveyard to one side of the park, several locations around the park allow access for free parking, wheelchair friendly, toilets by the rangers Portacabin, facing the kids play area. The maintenance of the park is mainly by volunteers who do a great job with the park ranger, have visited on many occasions well worth a visit. As an update for those who use a wheelchair the entrance by the church has restricted access with wood posts and cycle barrier, the main metal gate is locked.
  • It's great to get out in the country. I am wheelchair bound and to take my powerchair out there is great. My wife can go out for a walk and I can go with her. It has locked gate at start. With which I can use my Radar key to get in.

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