The Trail’s address is The Deepdene Trail, Deepdene Avenue, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 4AZ. Use RH4 1SD for parking.
For satellite navigation purposes, if travelling by car do not use The Trail postcode as there is no parking on site, use the one above instead as that takes you directly to Dorking Halls car park.
The entrance to The Trail is via Deepdene Avenue (A24), a few minutes walk south of Dorking from the Cockerel roundabout. You will arrive at the entrance about 100 yards after the former Kuoni offices site on your left as you continue walking in a southerly direction along the A24 from the roundabout.
There is no car parking available at the Trail entrance.
Car parking in Dorking is available at the following pay and display car parks, payable via cash or by using the RingGo service:
Dorking Halls/Reigate Road, RH4 1SD – 10 minute stroll to The Trail
St Martin’s Walk, RH4 1DX – 15 minute stroll to The Trail
For more information about car parks in Dorking, visit Mole Valley District Council’s website.
If only visiting Betchworth Park and Castle a small free car park (max six paces) is available off Punchbowl Lane closer to this section of the Trail. From the cockerel round about travel west towards Brockham on the A25 until you reach the cemetery on your left. Punchbowl Lane is on the right after the Tesco express. Travel along the lane for 400 yards. The car park is on the left opposite the entrance to Ladyegate Road.
If starting from Brockham there is free parking around the Green and village.
From either Dorking main or Dorking Deepdene stations it is a 15 minute walk to The Trail.
If you have mobility requirements please contact us directly on 01306 885001 to discuss how we can assist. There are two disabled parking spaces for Blue Badge holders near to the Mausoleum that we can direct you to.
Bus number 22 travels past the entrance to The Deepdene Trail on route to Crawley, see timetable online for details. There is a stop a few hundred metres from The Trail entrance.
Map of Route to The Trail from Dorking Halls
We recommend the safe route of crossing around the Cockerel roundabout as shown by the blue dotted line on the map.
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