An ancient semi-natural woodland on the southeast side of a dry slope valley.


Nr Sittingbourne
A static map of Cromers Wood

Know before you go

28 hectares

Walking trails

Paths throughout the wood, can be muddy. Surfaced path for a short distance into the reserve.


Not Wheelchair accessible. Most paths are unsurfaced clay soil, some steep and narrow.


On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

March to July or October to October

About the reserve

This ancient semi-natural woodland, rich in wildlife, sits on the southeast side of a dry slope valley. Most of the upper slopes and plateau have been converted to sweet chestnut coppice with a few oak standards. The greatest diversity of woodland flora is found on the lowest slopes where the chalk has its biggest impact in reducing soil acidity.

Contact us

Matt Hayes
Contact number: 01622 662012

Environmental designation

Local Wildlife Site (LWS)