Flat terrain with a some woodland trails with clear paths. Although, the majority of the time, you will probably walk through the grassland areas.
No water here
Poo bins located throughout the park.
The park, near Meopham, offers easy walking through more than 40 acres of mature parkland and woods, listed as an Area of Outstanding Beauty. The park is known for its wildlife. Recently, special programmes have been set up to encourage several species, including slow worms and common lizards, to breed. Visitors may be fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of the lizards basking in the sunshine. They are totally harmless. The park is a popular place for families walking, playing and relaxing throughout the year and enjoying picnics in the summer and autumn. The tree-lined parkland, once attached to an 18th century mansion, is visible through the trees. Camer Park opened to the public in the early 1970s and is now a key starting point for walkers exploring the local countryside.
It was a pleasant walk. We managed to cover the whole area of the park in approximately an hour. It was an easy walk, with vast grassland area surrounded by mature and dense vegetation, what allows the dogs to run free. There is a small playground and visitor facilities with toilets and a small café, located just by the carpark. The park was not busy, perhaps due to the rain forecast, so we felt we had the whole park to ourselves. Overall, Camer Park is a good destination if you are looking for a quiet and peaceful walk.