Holmwood Common FREE
National Trust - Ancient common once owned by King Harold and William the Conqueror.
Juniper Hall Field Centre
Offering individual and family courses covering virtually every aspect of learning about the countryside.Recommended by Chantal Noble, Dorking“There are regular events for individuals and families, see website for up-to-date listings.”
Leith Hill FREE
National Trust - Woodland, heathland, farmland and parkland set in the Surrey Hills.
Abinger Roughs And Netley Park FREE
National Trust - Hidden woods with ancient trees and flower-sprinkled grasslands, just off the North Downs and Pilgrims Ways.
Surrey Hills FREE
National Trust - Explore the wilds and wonders of leafy Surrey with delightful discoveries for everyone.
Denbies Hillside FREE
National Trust - Dramatic and stunning chalk escarpment with panoramic views.
Box Hill FREE
National Trust - Box Hill - so much to explore.
National Trust - Elegant Regency villa, remodelled in the Edwardian era.
Dorking And District Museum
There has been a Museum in Dorking of one sort or another since the Second World War.☎ 01306876591
Glory Wood FREE
Glory Wood is a wonderful area of semi-natural woodland on the sandstone hills, south of Dorking.
Deepdene Terrace FREE
An avenue of beech trees, interspersed with rhododendron, forms the main part of the reserve.
Hackhurst Downs FREE
This area of the North Downs consists of open grassland areas with associated scrub areas and some mature woodland.
Colekitchen Down FREE
Located on the southern scarp of the North Downs, Colekitchen covers a valuable remnant of open unimproved chalk grassland.
|Colekitchen Lane, off the A25 at Gomshall|
Inholms Claypit FREE
Formerly a clay extraction site for brick making, Inholms Claypit has been transformed into a haven for wildlife.
Brockham Limeworks FREE
Decades of industrial chalk quarrying have shaped the land, and many of the plants only exist because of the chalk.
Birch Tree Folk Choir
The Birch Tree Folk Choir meets every Monday evening in room B0 at the Ashcombe School, Dorking, from 7.30-9pm.
Recommended by Emily, Dorking“Birch Tree Folk Choir is a fun, friendly choir all about connection - to ourselves, our bodies, our heritage, our landscape, and to each other.
The music selected is largely folk and traditional music, and the sessions are designed to realign the nervous system and relieve stress, anxiety, depression, digestive issues, heart problems and more. ”
Dorking Golf Club
Betchworth Park Golf Club
Effingham Golf Club