Camping and Caravanning Club Sites

Rich in heritage and spectacular coastlines, it’s easy to see why Kent is a camping holiday favourite. This beautiful county is filled with long sandy beaches, world-famous landmarks, cathedral cities and of course, historic homes and gardens. Whether you’re looking for a short break with friends, a romantic retreat or an action-packed family holiday, Kent is the perfect place to pitch up, peg down, and unwind.

For beaches and coastal adventures, Folkestone is hard to beat. It may be a popular stop-off point for holidaymakers travelling through Dover, but there’s much more to this lovely spot than meets the eye. For starters, it boasts a superb location on the beach with impressive views of Kent’s famous chalky cliffs. From here, explore the Dover-Folkestone Heritage Coast and walk into Folkestone itself to explore its cobbled lanes and quaint Creative Quarter, before taking a steam-powered jaunt on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway or strolling along the Napoleonic-era Royal Military Canal, a haven for wildlife.

Half an hour’s drive from Folkestone is historic Canterbury, a compact cathedral city with a collection of incredible UNESCO World Heritage Sites - a must-visit on any trip to Kent. From the campsite, located just one mile south of Canterbury, walk or cycle into the city and tick off world-famous sites as you go. Visit the towering Canterbury Cathedral and see where Archbishop Thomas Becket met his grisly end in 1170. Explore the tranquil ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey and re-live centuries gone by with the help of VR technology. Peek inside St Martins Church, which has the impressive status as the oldest church in the English-speaking world. Swing by the remains of Canterbury Castle, built by William the Conqueror after the Battle of Hastings. Oh, we could go on. It’s better to visit for yourself and experience first-hand all that this magnificent city has to offer.

After the hustle and bustle of Canterbury, head out to Oldbury Hill for a rejuvenating retreat. This gorgeous site sits quietly within Styants Wood, opposite an Iron Age fort in the gorgeous Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is criss-crossed with way-marked trails, which makes it perfect for walkers and explorers. What’s more, this part of Kent really does live up to its Garden of England billing. From here, you’re a short drive from the National Trust’s Knole country house; Chartwell - the family home of Winston Churchill; Penshurst Palace and Gardens; the beautiful Emmetts Garden; and Hever Castle and Gardens.

Whichever corner of Kent takes your fancy; you’re never far from a fantastic day out. All of our Club Sites are well-positioned in quiet areas with good transport links, spacious pitches, excellent facilities and friendly on-site staff, to help you enjoy every moment of your precious time away.


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