Wateringbury Station

Station Information

Station information is available here

Wateringbury Station
Station Approach
ME18 5EA

Live rail departure information can be found here

About Wateringbury

Wateringbury is a village around 5 miles south west of Maidstone and has a lovely marina close to the station where you can hire a canoe for the day. There is a pub across the road and shops, a tea room and the church and a hotel with a restaurant are all within 5 -10 minutes walk.

Wateringbury dates bake to Anglo-Saxon times and the Parish Church f St John The Baptist has some parts dating back to the 13th and 14th centuries. The village is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has several picturesque walks. It is also close to Teston Bridge Country Park which is accessible via the Medway Valley riverside walk.


Walks Around Wateringbury

There is a picturesque 6 miles walk called the The Hill and Hoppers Walk. This takes you through woodland and farmland  between the villages of Yalding and Wateringbury. To download the map click on the link or picture.

Hills and Hoppers

If you would like to take a much shorter walk of just under 2 miles, then the Wateringbury Rail Trail is probably the one for you.

Wateringbury Rail Trail

For more information about things to do around Wateringbury, why not take a look at the Explore Kent website.