Snodland is a small town and there is evidence that there has been a settlement at this location since Roman times. It was an important crossing point over the Medway for Pilgrims heading to Canterbury. The parish church is a Grade: 1 listed building, dedicated to All Saints. The Normans built it in the 12th century with additions and extensions in the following three centuries, the most prominent being the addition of the tower in the 15th century. The station building has recently been refurbished with new access for buses and improved parking as the station is now served by High Speed 1 at peak times.
We would like to thank "Rainham Rail Enthusiast" for allowing us to link his video of the station.
Walks Around Snodland
There is a 4.5 mile circular walk from Snodland Station through woodland and farmland with stunning views across the valley. Click on the Farms and Downs link or image to download the map.
Farms and Downs
Alternatively, you may wish to explore the Snodland Community Trail. This will take you on an historic walk around the centre of Snodland. The map also features the Farms and Downs route and the Lake and Marshes Walk.
Snodland Community Trail
We have taken all responsible steps to ensure that these routes are safe and achievable by people with a reasonable level of fitness.
However, all outdoor activities involve a degree of risk. To the extent permitted by law, Sustrans accepts no responsibility for any accidents or injury resulting from following these routes.
Walking and cycling routes change over time. Weather conditions may also affect path surfaces.
Please use your own judgement when using the routes based upon the weather and the ability, experience and confidence levels of those in your group.
For more information about things to do around Snodland, why not take a look at the Explore Kent website.