Campsite in Kent
Kent is a county in the South East of England, bordering East Sussex, Surrey and Greater London. Across the world, Kent is known as the Garden of England because of its abundance of orchards and hop gardens.
Steeped in history – particularly because of its location between London and continental Europe, Kent has been in the front line of many conflicts, from the Battle of Britain during World War II, to early European and Roman invasion.
Kent’s coastline boasts an enviable range of blue flag beaches and exhilarating water sports. Just 35 minutes from central London on Southeastern’s high speed rail link, there has never been a more perfect opportunity to come camping in Kent!
All campsites in Kent offer plenty of activities and major attractions within easy reach including a hoard of medieval castles, including Leeds Castle - the loveliest castle in the world set on two islands on the river Len. The famous White Cliffs of Dover and abbeys, museums and galleries, steam railways, Diggerland and Buckmore Park Kart Circuit to name but a few.
With lots of activities available, and fabulous attractions to visit, camping in Kent is the perfect holiday choice!
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Conveniently located near Kent’s famous cathedral city, and being so close to Dover, this campsite is a great stopover when travelling to or from France, and as an ideal base for exploring what Kent has to offer. The cathedral city of Canterbury is a short bus ride away, or less than 30 minutes on foot. When in Canterbury you can explore the city in a horse-drawn carriage or take a trip on the river boat. Other local attractions include Wilwood, Kent's unique woodland discovery park, Howletts Animal Park, Port Lympne and Canterbury Heritage Museum. Pets are also welcome at this site, so you can bring your dog along to enjoy a holiday too
The perfect place to stop on the way to crossing the Channel, this cliff-top campsite is a great base for exploring the quaint villages and stunning coastline of Kent, particularly on foot or by bike. The site has stunning coastal views and walks, and is situated on Folkestone Warren – a local nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest with nature trails and family activities. The site is also close to Lower Leas Coastal Park, which is on Route 2 of the National Cycle Network, and is close to the start of the Royal Military Canal. Other local attractions offering great days out include Howletts Wild Animal Park, the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway and the medieval town of Cranbrook with its working. Touring caravans are not permitted on this site.
Situated just outside the M25, this campsite can be found in a secluded and tranquil setting with birdsong rather than traffic noise to be heard! Located on land owned by the National Trust you will enjoy peace, quiet and wonderful walks. There are two circular walks from the campsite – the first passes over Oldbury Camp, a large Iron Age hill fort. For those who like visiting National Trust properties you have 15 to choose from in Kent – making for so great days out. There are a multitude of parks to enjoy in the local area including Lullingstone, Shoreham Woods and Kemsing Down. Other local attractions include Lullingstone Castle, Dickens World, Hop Farm Family Park and the Historic Dockyard at Chatham, home to the RNLI's lifeboat collection. Remember we are dog friendly, so Man’s best friend can enjoy a holiday too.