Kingsland Farm, ME12
Kingsland Farm is an extraordinary wilderness location set on an island in the Thames. Over 3,000 acres of nature reserve include a wide mix of watercourses, marshes and grazed land, with 3 miles of private track offering the most inspiring journey through it.
The stunning landscape flanks the estuary and the farm boasts tranquil private coastline backdrops as well as far-reaching wild expanses, with wonderful architectural surprises including a beautiful Kent barn, an isolated on-its-own brick hay store, as well as traditional and modern glamping huts.
- Wild marshland, grassy areas and watercourses including lakes and ditches
- A managed nature reserve with an impressive spread of birdlife, hides and nature trails
- Grazing cattle (most of year) and sheep (winter)
- 3 miles of well maintained private tracks, extending to the coastline
- Isolated brick farm buildings, as well as a main farmyard with flagship Kent barn, cow byre, farm sheds and houses.
- Glamping huts flank the water (including shepherds’ huts)
- Small outcrop of established woodland with clearings and fallen trees, offering a very different feel to wild marshes. Guinea fowl and chicken roam.
- On the estuary side, a couple large industrial powerhouses provide drama to a horizon
Getting to Kingsland Farm
- Located in North Kent, Kingsland Farm is just over an hour’s drive from Central London.
Facilities at Kingsland Farm
- Excellent crew base options within the Kent barn and adjoining building, with kitchen, loos and seating areas. Alternatively use of one of the houses is possible.
- Plenty of hard standing in the farm yard for parking.
- For shoot and stay crews, overnight accommodation is available in the glamping huts and house