This Common, only a few minutes walk from Royal Tunbridge Wells town centre is famous for it’s sandstone outcrops and used by residents and visitors for a variety of activities.
It is a great place to simply relax and watch the world go by, the perfect picnic spot and play area.
It is a haven for wildlife, so look out for voles, grass snakes and slow worms or even a roe deer or two.
You can spot many species of birds and butterflies and the many ponds are home to a variety of amphibians.
Have fun clambering on the Wellington Rocks, overlooking the cricket ground or follow one of the walking trails over the heathland and then through the wooded areas of the Common.
The numerous paths on the Common, provide access to suit users of all abilities and requirements.
Explore the Common using the walking trails leaflet which can be downloaded our brochures page.