At Queenborough lines park there is some unique play equipment for your family to enjoy. Mainly catering for older children, you will find a pair of Acoustic mirrors to send secret messages between you, a large spherical climbing frame on top of the hill and some outdoor fitness equipment. Queenborough lines park also caters for younger children who will enjoy the long slide down the hill and the climbing frame.
Queenborough lines park backs on to the marshland that runs alongside the Swale River, there are some lovely walks and cycle routes through this marshland, and the views are stunning. While at Queenborough lines park keep your eyes peeled for beautiful butterflies in the summer and the many birds that occupy the river banks throughout the year.
Parking at Queenborough lines park is free and on-street, please be considerate to residents.
There’s not a lot of shade at Queenborough lines park, so make sure you bring your hats and sun cream on hot sunny days. There are no public toilets either at Queenborough lines park, but Queenborough is under 1 mile away and there is a large supermarket under a mile away too.
The paths through the marsh are not suitable for pushchairs and we advise taking your smaller children in carriers, slings or backpacks.
Queenborough is under 1 mile away, where you will find historic naval buildings, a marina and a little play area.
Elmley National Nature Reserve is 4 away for any keen walkers or bird watchers.
How to find it…
Hillside Avenue, Rushenden, Queenborough, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, ME11 5LL.
What to take
- Picnic Blanket
- Wellies in wetter weather if you plan on exploring the marshes.
- Hats and plenty of suncream and water on hot sunny days.