Sleep under the stars...
Kent is a popular destination for campers, with a variety of camping sites and caravan parks to choose from around the county and the coast. Whether you’re looking for a luxury campsite with all the comforts of home or prefer something more adventurous, you're sure to find it here.
Each of these Kent campsites comes with a unique twist on the basic campsite...be it beautiful surroundings, tailored facilities or landscaped gardens.
With three beautiful sites located across Kent, The Camping and Caravanning Club is the perfect place to start planning your next camping break. Here you'll find the coastal Folkestone Club site, perfect for beach-side adventures, the Canterbury Club site, located just one mile away from the historic city, and the Oldbury Hill Club Site, a peaceful site resting in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Broadhembury Camping & Caravan Park
Broadhembury Campsite is a favourite with families who return year after year to enjoy a camping holiday in Kent. Located conveniently close to popular tourist attractions and footpaths, this park also includes family friendly facilities such as TV room, games room and playgrounds. For couples travelling without children, the park's 'Adults Meadows' section will no doubt provide a little more tranquility.
Hawthorn Farm Caravan and Camping Park
Situated in 28 acres of landscaped gardens featuring ornamental fruit and woodland trees, this campsite offers complete and utter tranquillity and has even been awarded the David Bellamy Conservation Gold Award.
If you’re a seasoned camper simply looking for a place to pitch your tent and reconnect with nature, then look no further. St Nicholas Camping Site doesn't require all the embellishments of modern 'glamping' to offer a peaceful, rejuventating experience. Set in a pleasantly quiet village location, it's a simple hedged and level site that offers all the basic camping necessities such as flushing toilets, showers, electric points and bottled gas for caravans. Camping on a budget is made incredibly easy in Kent.
Kent is the ultimate destination to enjoy luxury camping. With its unspoilt countryside, amazing coast and special landscapes from the cliffs to the downs, Kent offers some of the best glamping sites and unique experiences in the UK. Many glamping sites are set within secluded or unusual locations and areas of outstanding natural beauty. Where else could you wake up in the treetops or overlooking elephants and cheetahs?
Medieval Knight’s Glamping at Leeds Castle
Leeds Castle offers families and couples the chance to escape to the countryside for a glamorous camping holiday with a difference. Eight splendid striped pavilions based on a Medieval design, form a 'village' on the one-acre castle vineyard. Enjoy the luxury of a four poster bed, warming wood burning stove, crisp cotton bedding and snug furry throws. For those wishing to experience lazy summer evenings outdoors and eat as Medieval knights would have done before battle, use of the cast iron griddle over an open fire pit is included in your stay.
Bear Lodge and Giraffe Lodge at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve
Situated in the 600 acres that make up Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve near Ashford in Kent, Bear Lodge and Giraffe Lodge offer a truly different holiday option with unlimited free entry to explore both Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Parks.
Bear Lodge comprises ten tents above elephant and cheetah paddocks and overlooks both the Animal Park and stunning views of the Kent Coast. The luxury tents are furnished with two double beds, bunk beds and a further sofa bed, all stylishly dressed and accompanied by the little touches one would expect from glamping accommodation.
Giraffe Lodge will bring you closer than ever before to the giraffe family with a unique opportunity to hand feed these beautiful animals. Glamping tents are furnished with bedding, complimentary toiletries, double beds or single beds, lamps, seating, heaters, complimentary water and private decks. There is also ensuite facilities and a full English breakfast included to make your stay extra special.
Elmley Nature Reserve
Stay in luxury, wake up to wilderness – with huge, open skies, breathtaking views and abundant wildlife, Elmley is an inspirational place to escape to, and only an hour from London. Elmley is the only place in the UK you can spend the night within a National Nature Reserve. We have three custom made, luxurious Shepherds Huts, all located for wonderful wildlife watching and photography from bed.
Little Halden Farm
Little Halden Farm offers an unforgettable, luxury glamping experience in the Weald of Kent. Enjoy all the comforts of home in either a fantastic 20ft Yurt or 14ft Yurt, an amazing Safari Tent or a unique Hopper Hut, all situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Glamping site is set well back from the lane entrance and provides stunning views towards the pretty market town of Tenterden. The site offers peaceful surroundings in an exclusive woodland area.
If you want to escape the city and enjoy the slower pace of the countryside, the two authentic shepherd’s huts at Wissenden Lodge Farm are set in one of the most peaceful parts of Kent near the film site of ‘The Darling Buds of May’. Arrive to a warm reception at the Shepherd’s Huts with homemade cake and all the ingredients you need to cook a hearty breakfast on the BBQ or wood burner. These luxurious Shepherds huts are equipped with en-suite facilities, deep sprung mattresses, linen sheets, a wood burner and fluffy towels.
This 600 acre reserve in the heart of Kent offers the UK’s only authentic overnight safari experience, where guests enjoy a magical night under the stars and free entry to both Port Lympne Reserve and Howletts Wild Animal Park. The luxury tented accommodation includes private balconies, providing guests with an uninterrupted view across 100 acres of Kentish savannah where zebra, black rhino, wildebeest, giraffe, ostrich and many more species roam free. Dinner is a five course African meal cooked on a fire pit in the spacious and comfortable laapa (meeting house).
Glamping at Bloomsburys
Situated in the heart of the Weald of Kent, between Sissinghurst Castle and the historic village of Biddenden, this picturesque Glampsite offers a truly unique experience in a quiet and peaceful position with spectacular views of the Downs. Whether you choose to stay in the magnificent magical splendour of the Sioux tepee, the rustic charm of the Soul Pad tepee, the snug warm comfort of the hand-built yurt or the spaciousness of the safari lodge, you will leave feeling reinvigorated and inspired.
The GlamperVan Hire Company
Looking for something different to do with the kids whilst still having fun? Hire your very own GlamperVan! Go with the flow and get away from the craziness of everyday life in a luxurious and beautiful, classic vehicle. The GlamperVan Hire Company is situated on the outskirts of Faversham and has four refurbished vehicles for hire - Doris, Tilly, Bonnie, and Wendy – all fully equipped with everything you need to have a fantastic and relaxing retro holiday.
Pinewood Camping Pods at Port Lympne Reserve
Giving guests the opportunity to sleep within roaring distance of the lions at Port Lympne Reserve, whilst snuggled in their very own cosy camping pod, Pinewood Camping Pods offer a new and exciting way to experience one of the UK’s largest wild animal parks. Offering a unique getaway with nature right on the doorstep, a stay at Pinewood is perfect for families, schools and groups on a budget. Pinewood consists of ten pods with individual BBQ areas. To top it all off, guests can enjoy fun filled talks by expert animal keepers, arrange educational animal experiences, and explore Port Lympne Reserve as often as they wish during their stay.