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Camping in Kent

Campsites in Kent

Campsites in Kent have so much to offer, including an enviable range of blue flag beaches, an abundance of glorious orchards and many family-friendly attractions. It’s easy to see why Kent’s coastline attracts an abundance of visitors each year. View the most popular campsites in Kent and learn about local attractions below.

Kent camping FAQs

Which are the best campsites on Kent's coast?

All of our campsites in Kent are within reach of beautiful beaches, view the maps and descriptions on campsite pages for more information. 

Last Modified: 23 Apr 2024
Which campsites in Kent allow dogs?
All of our Club Sites in and near Kent allow dogs to stay at no extra cost. To check which dog friendly facilities each site has you can visit their booking page.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Are there adult only campsites in Kent?
Yes, there are several member exclusive campsites for adults in Kent. You can find these using our campsite search.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Can you wild camp in Kent?
The rules on wild camping are complex, we’ve listed things to note in our guide.
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2023

Things to see and do while camping in Kent

Camping in Kent means you’ll be close to a widely diverse range of attractions for the whole family. Whether you’re a serious history buff, appreciative of fine art, in need of entertainment for the kids, or want a relaxing break away, Kent has it all.

Read our full guide to Kent to see a more detailed itinerary of all the things you can do in the coastal county or keep scrolling for some Kent highlights. 

1. Canterbury

The cathedral city of Canterbury is one of the most visited in the UK. Canterbury’s cobbled streets, timber-framed houses and ancient walls make it clear from the off that it’s teeming with history, heritage and culture. Canterbury Cathedral and St Augustine’s Abbey are two of the popular attractions for visitors interested in the city’s long and interesting past. The King’s Mile, nestled beneath the city walls, is where you’ll find unique independent shopping and places to eat. To enjoy the River Stour, Westgate Gardens is a popular choice where you can walk, sit and relax or enjoy a punt on the river. For kids, a few miles out of the city you’ll find Howletts Wild Animal Park, which makes a brilliant day out.

2. Dover

Famous for its chalky cliffs, Dover is home to one of the UK’s major ferry ports and has a plentiful wartime history. Overlooking the English Channel, the White Cliffs of Dover are unmissable while camping on our Folkstone site. Dover Castle is one of Kent’s most popular attractions, sitting proudly atop the iconic cliffs, the 11th century fortress is truly fascinating.

3. Folkestone

The pretty port town of Folkestone has plenty to do including cliff top walks and strolls along the harbour. The Battle of Britain Memorial Trust, Folkestone Museum and wonderful surrounding villages and beaches are all worth investigating.

4. Leeds Castle

Ignore the name, Leeds Castle is in Kent. Surrounded by magnificent countryside, Leeds Castle is positioned on a lake, with some calling it the most beautiful castle in the UK.

5. Whitstable

With it’s charming sandy beach, annual oyster festival and brilliant shopping streets, Whitstable is a lovely Kent town to visit.

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