Kent Holiday Parks
Lodges, Caravans, Camping, Glamping & Touring Parks in Kent
Holidays in Kent have been popular for generations. With rolling green hills, orchards, oast houses, marshlands and dramatic coastline, we don't think the English landscape is encapsulated anywhere better than in Kent. With over 4,000 miles of walking and cycle trails Kent is a county best discovered on foot or bicycle, and even horseback.
With more than 100 holiday parks dotted across Kent's countryside and coastline there's plenty of choice from holiday caravans, luxury holiday lodges with hot tubs, camping, glamping and touring. Whatever your choice, all offer a perfect base to discover famous towns like Rochester and Canterbury or Kent's traditional seaside holiday towns at Margate, Herne Bay, Reculver, Whitstable and the Isle of Sheppey. And that's before we mention the white cliffs of Dover and Dover Castle. Speaking of castles, step just a little further inland to visit Leeds Castle, one of the best preserved castles in England and definitely amongst the most iconic. Hever Castle was Anne Boleyn's childhood home and today is a great day out to explore the house and gardens.
From rockpooling to discovering war time tunnels, touring country's oldest brewer; Shepherd Neame, or a spot of retail therapy at Bluewater, a holiday in Kent can be as action packed or laid back as you want. With charming country pubs hidden down hedge-lined lanes and 5* dining you'll be spoilt for choice for things to do and places to stay in Kent, the Garden of England.
Featured Holiday Parks
Along the Kent coast you can discover quaint fishing villages and picture perfect towns like Margate, Deal and Whitstable which is famed for its oysters. These seaside towns get overwhelmed with tourists during the peak summer months as they offer everything from glorious beaches, shopping, rrestaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
The 350 miles of Kent coastline is home to 50 top class beaches flanked by the famous white chalky cliffs. Voted by Lonely Planet as having some of the best beaches in Europe, some of the most popular are....
- Botany Bay in Broadstairs
- Kingsgate Bay is a sheltered sandy cove famous for its sea caves
- Stone Bay is a Blue Flag beach and is backed by a promenade
- Greatstone Beach with shallow water
Tour the Kent Vineyards
Kent has several excellent vineyards that produce the finest English sparkling wines. Some of the best known vineyards are located round the coast near Romney marsh and include....
- Chapel Down
- Wood Church Winery
- Gusbourne Wine Estate
You can visit the vineyards and take a tour or book a half or full day guided tour with pick-up direct from your holiday park.