Dryhill Picnic Site
Dryhill Picnic site was originally a stone quarry. Quarrying exposed exceptional rock formations of hard, sandy limestone and loosely cemented sandstone, rich in the green mineral, glauconite and so Dryhill became a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The quarry closed in the 1950s. Since then nature has reclaimed the site, creating woodlands that are ideal for picnics, family visits and amateur geologists. Exceptional rock formations exposed on the site called Hythe Beds are thought to have been deposited 115 million years ago.
- Telephone: 01732 823570
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.kent.gov.uk/kentcountryparks
- Opening times: Open daily 9am 'til dusk except Christmas day
Travel information: Sevenoaks station By road: From Sevenoaks/Riverhead, follow the A25 towards Westerham. Continue over the A21/M25 flyover and turn left into Dryhill Lane. Immediately after passing a garden centre on the left, Dryhill Local Nature Reserve is at the end of this lane on the left.