Once a private landscaped garden, Dunorlan Park is now a historically important and much-loved public park. A little way out of town, on the A264 Pembury Road, Dunorlan Park is spacious and elegant with wild grassy slopes and magnificent views across the lake to the Weald.
Facilities at Dunorlan Park include:
Friends of Dunorlan Park
The Friends of Dunorlan Park work to promote and improve Dunorlan Park for the benefit of the residents and visitors to the Borough.
If you are interested in finding out more and joining the friends scheme, please download their newsletter or visit the Friends of Dunorlan Park website.
Parkrun hold a free weekly 5km timed run every Saturday at 9am.
There is no charge to join in, but please register with parkrun before your first run.
You will also need to ensure you bring your barcode each time you run to get your time.
The course is run on a mixture of tarmac paths, trail paths and grass around the park. Some sections of the course may accumulate mud, leaves and puddles after rain. Dependent on availability, marshals will be at key sections of the course, or signs will be in place. Please remember that the park will also be used by people not taking part in the Park Run, please give way to other park users.
- would you like to mark a special family event, anniversary or celebration?
- remember someone special?
- watch your tree or shrub grow in Dunorlan Park?
Then you may be interested in donating a tree or shrub in Dunorlan Park.
Our Parks Team will be pleased to advise you which trees and shrubs can be planted in Dunorlan Park and help you make a choice. The exact location of your donation will be agreed with you and your wishes will be taken into account whenever possible.
Donations can be made by individuals, local groups or organisations and a special message can be included in the Register of Donations.
For more information on donating a tree or shrub please download the form.