Kent Club Campsites
A stay at one of our Caravan sites in Kent is the perfect way to unwind in quintessential English countryside.
Kent is the perfect place to enjoy a breath of fresh country air, whilst experiencing one of the many fantastic things to see and do on offer here - as you explore the 'Garden of England.' Whether you're a caravanner or motohomer this county has something for everyone.
Kent is the ideal location to relax and discover the great outdoors. The 350 miles of Kentish coastline boast the world famous white cliffs as well as plenty of vast sandy beaches, making it the ideal holiday destination. Head towards the Northern coast to explore either the Isle of Sheppey, a great adventure destination for everyone including families, and home to the Elmley National Nature Reserve and nature trails. Alternatively visit Whitstable to discover the charming coastal town with its colourful cottages and harbourside fish market. Our Bearsted Club Campsite offers close proximity to the coastline and provides a good base from which to explore destinations such as Maidstone and surrounding areas. In addition, this Caravan site is also within walking distance from the 900 year old Leeds Castle which boasts an impressive range of general admission and ticketed events.
Set in a landscape of rolling hills and wooded valleys, Kent offers plenty of famous attractions, history and architecture. The spectacular Cantebury Cathedral (a world heritage site) can be found in the county, as well as the picturesque Hever Castle and Gardens, the childhood home of King Henry the VIII's wife Anne Boleyn. Both attractions offer tourers the chance to visit places steeped in English history, with many more dotted throughout the county.
For those of you wanting to explore outside of Kent, you will find our Caravan sites spread across the UK. For a mixture of coastal towns and peaceful countryside, take a look at our caravan sites in East Sussex. Popular destinations include our Brighton Club Campsite (open all year round for tourers!) nestled within the South Downs in East Sussex, or venture west towards Surrey and set yourself among the verdant beauty of the Surrey Hills.