Camer Park is comprised of 45 acres of designated Area Outstanding Natural Beauty (AoNB). Following the death of its last resident, the Camer estate was sold to Strood Rural District Council in 1967 and converted to a public park in 1971.
Visitors can choose to either roam at leisure admiring the variety of original trees that make up the mature parkland or undertake one of the series of walks devised by Meopham Footpaths Group through the adjoining woodland.
The park provides opportunities for picnics, children's play and other relaxing pursuits for the whole family. There is car parking, toilets and refreshment kiosk.
Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Registered Assistance Dogs welcome
Restaurant / Cafe / Tea shop