Part of our focus at Tunbridge Wells Chiropractic is to support out patients with lifestyle education and general health support, which includes keeping active.
With the wonderful weather we are currently experiencing why not keep active outdoors whilst exploring parts of Tunbridge Wells you may not have know about.
Outdoor Gyms in Tunbridge Wells
There are four outdoor gyms with fixed equipment which are free to use and great for calisthenics.
High Brooms Play Ground
Near the playground, off the cycle path.
Address: 2 Rankine Rd, Tunbridge Wells TN2 3BG
By the tennis courts, public toilets near the car park, and parking on site
Address: Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells TN1 2SH
Hawkenbury Recreation Ground
Near the tennis courts, public toilets in the car park, and parking on site
Address: Hawkenbury Rd, Royal Tunbridge Wells TN2 5BU
Showfields Village Green
On the village green, toilets available in the local cafe for customers only
Address: 1 Rowan Tree Rd, Tunbridge Wells TN2 5PX
Walking in Tunbridge Wells
You can walk anywhere, but if you prefer something with some scenery you could try:
Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk
The Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk is a 27.5 mile (44.3km) route that explores the variety of fertile and beautiful countryside around Royal Tunbridge Wells, a town within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the borders of Kent and East Sussex.
The walk starts and finishes wherever you like.
Dunorlan Park is a park and grounds in Royal Tunbridge Wells, UK. Totalling approximately 78 acres and containing a 6-acre lake.
Address: Pembury Rd, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Tunbridge Wells TN2 3QN
Grosvenor & Hilbert Park
Public space with a playground, a bowling green, a cafe and wildlife/bird habitats, incorporates Hilbert Woods.
Address: Upper Grosvenor Rd, Tunbridge Wells TN2 3GG
Open all year, Bewl Water is perfect for all kinds of fun and healthy indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family.
Address: Wadhurst TN5 6HJ
Forest Way Country Park
The Forest Way is a linear Country park providing walking, cycling, horse riding and the quiet enjoyment of the countryside. It runs for around 16 km from East Grinstead to Groombridge.
Address: Forest Way, Hartfield TN7 4BJ
Remember to keep hydrated with any outdoor activity.
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