Woodlands & Walks
Green Farm is set on a small working farm surrounded by 12,500 acres of ancient woodland and beautiful Kent countryside. We encourage all our visitors to roam around our farm, to explore the numerous footpaths which are straight outside our door.. There is an abundance of wildlife all year round.
Here are just a few suggestions, the routes are quite rural so we recommend you bring appropriate clothing as some of the tracks are cross country, although we do have some spare wellies you can borrow!
In the winter months the farmland and surrounding countryside can be quite muddy, so please make sure you bring appropriate footwear. Alternatively you can stick to the pavements and country roads around the church and conservation area. Turning right out of Duck Lane into Church Lane can be a quiet road to walk on.
We have produced a simple map to help you explore our farm.
Kings Head Walk
A very short walk, by road: turn right out of barn, left at Church Lane crossroads, right at the end of Church Lane, Kings Head is just along the road on your right.
A 3.7k woodland walk taking you through our fields onto the Old Coach Road, (says Duck Lane on the ordinance map) across our neighbours land and back through our own land.
Woodchurch to Six Bells
A lovely 3 mile varied cross country walk through woodlands and across farmland to the beautiful village of Woodchurch with two pubs and a village green.
Wye Downs Walk
A lovely 4 mile walk which takes you from the centre of Wye up onto the North Downs to the Devil's Kneading Trough with it's dramatic views.
This walk was created for the 20th anniversary of The Darling Buds of May, a series that captured the hearts of Britain.
Walk through time
Originally a clearing in the forest that covered the south east, the village of Goudhurst established itself on high ground around St Mary’s Church.
The North Downs Way
Be inspired with our inspirational short walks and breaks. Use the itinerary planner to create a customised trip.