Welcome to Scadbury Park Nature Reserve

Scadbury Park Nature Reserve lies on the eastern edge of Chislehurst, overlooking the valley of the River Cray. With over 300 acres of beautiful countryside to explore, it forms part of a wildlife corridor linking to open countryside from Jubilee Country Park through Petts Wood and Scadbury along the London Loop.

Check out the latest news at Scadbury Park

Early bluebells

Explore

The Acorn Nature Trail is about 2.5 miles long and is marked by numbered posts so that you can learn what is around you as you walk. Take a circular tour here...

History

The name Scadbury is Anglo Saxon and could mean a shady hill. Archaelogical research indicates that Scadbury probably dates back to 13th century. More...

What's On?

Spring Walk 23 April 2016

Maintenance work days on 1st Thursday and 3rd Saturday of each month

New Litter picking meetings.

Become a Friend

Formed in 2002 The Friends of Scadbury is a not-for-profit organisation made up of Volunteers.

Volunteers who help to conserve and protect the Park and monitor the wildlife. Become a Friend and see what a difference you can make


We would love to hear your views about Scadbury Park.

  • If you have a few moments, please fill in the short survey, which you can access here...
  • If you have any interesting photographs of Scadbury, past or present, please send them to us.
  • If you would like to learn more, wish to get more involved, or have any comments or suggestions, please contact the Friends