Campsites & Caravan Sites in Kent
There really couldn't be a better place than Kent for your caravan and camping holiday by the sea, with its many historic towns, scenic villages and stunning countryside.
In the north of the county, there's the beauty of Canterbury and Whitstable, as well as resorts such as Herne Bay and Margate, and in the south the famous Romney coastline.
Choose from our selection of four holiday parks that offer camping and caravanning breaks with great touring facilities.
Kent is steeped in history and heritage and is well known as the “Garden of England”. With an extensive and varied coastline boasting miles of beaches, you can enjoy walks along coastal pathways and take in the stunning views. Whether you’re exploring the many historical houses and castles or taking a trip on one of the steam railways you’ll never be short of places to visit.
Kent offers a multitude of great days out for tourers to cover every interest. Howletts Zoo is perfect for animal lovers. There are surprises around every corner with tigers, gorillas, clouded leopards, monkeys, Iberian wolves, rhinos and many other rare and endangered species from around the world. Port Lympne Zoo, set in 600 acres including 15 acres of landscaped gardens, also offers a wild day out.
Not just for Trainspotters, Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway is a place to revel in. Tourists can ride the historical train enjoying the beautiful Kent scenery or they can stop off at any one of the 7 stations to explore the surrounding areas.
Why not visit Leeds Castle? It’s a unique blend of heritage and history, with glorious gardens and attractions. Feeling a little more Tarzan-like? Go Ape offers a ranges of giant obstacle courses up in the trees and tops it all off with the country’s best zip lines.
MWS Fun Park in Dymchurch is situated on the beach, it has free admission, picnic areas and many child-friendly rides. For the best of times (and not the worst of times) visit Dickens World, an assortment of attractions to keep the whole family entertained including the “Great Expectations Boat Ride” and “Victorian School”.
Finally there’s Canterbury which offers the renowned Canterbury Cathedral and The Canterbury Tales Visitor Attraction. Visitors are able to step back in time to 14th Century and experience medieval life.
For caravan and camping visitors who want to visit an area of outstanding beauty Kent offers all this and more, with over a quarter of it declared a natural reserve. Touring holidays don’t come much better than this, so try one of our Kent caravan and camping parks today.