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Steeped in iconic history and heritage and surrounded on three sides by the coast, there’s so much to see and do whilst staying at one of our caravan parks or holiday parks in Kent. Read More...

Here’s our guide to the Top Ten Things To Do whilst on one of our caravan holidays in Kent.

1. Taste the famous Whitstable oysters
Whitstable is famous for its oysters, which have been collected in the area since at least Roman times. There are plenty of places in the town to try them, accompanied perhaps by a glass of white wine or Guinness. Plus, a week-long oyster festival is celebrated every July.

2. Contemplate the art at the Turner Contemporary
Margate is a traditional seaside resort trying to regenerate itself with the opening of the Turner Contemporary on the seafront. The gallery is the largest exhibition space in the south east and offers visitors a selection of temporary exhibitions, events and education programmes.

3. Walk along the White Cliffs
A cliff-top walk from Dover to Deal takes in the South Foreland Lighthouse, the secluded cove and lovely seaside village St Margarets (starting point for cross-Channel swimmers) and Kingsdown.

4. Raise a glass of Kent wine
Terlingham Vineyard nestles on gentle south-facing slopes near Folkestone and is England’s smallest commercial vineyard with its own onsite winery. The couple who run Terlingham offer tours of the vineyard as well as tasting of the award-winning wines.

5. Go wild at Howletts Animal Park
Howletts aim has been to protect and breed threatened species, with a view to returning them to the wild wherever possible. Set in beautiful ancient parkland, it is home to some of the world’s most rare and endangered animals including lions, tigers, black rhino and western lowland gorillas.

6. View the White Cliffs from the Channel
Take a boat tour around Dover Bay with the best views of not just the White Cliffs but also Dover Castle and the War Tunnels.

7. Sail back in time at Chatham Dockyard
One of the world’s most complete dockyards from the Age of Sail and one of Britain’s leading maritime heritage destinations, Chatham Dockyard has a remarkable range of museum galleries, iconic buildings and historic warships to explore.

8. Get spooked at the Church with the Bones
St Leonard’s Church in Hythe is known as The Church with the Bones due to the ossuary in the crypt. It is one of only two ossuaries in England and displays, amongst other bones, over two thousand human skulls.

9. Cycle The Crab and Winkle Way
From Canterbury, home to the famous cathedral and World Heritage Site, this short route cuts through a lovely slice of Kent, to Whitstable on the North Kent coast. It mostly follows a disused railway line with plenty of picnic spots on the way.

10. Visit the Garden of England’s finest garden
Widely known as the Garden of England because of Kent’s fertile soil, it is also home to some fine gardens including Sissinghurst Castle. Surrounding an Elizabethan mansion are small garden rooms, each very distinctive from the others, offering colour throughout the season and resulting in an intimate and romantic atmosphere.

If this inspires you, why not browse our selection of holiday parks and caravan parks in Kent, and see what catches your eye?

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    Canterbury, Kent, South of England

    Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is tucked away in the rolling hills above historic Canterbury. Surrounded by Heritage sites, bustling towns with shopping and dining, and seaside...

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    Birchington, Kent, South of England

    Set in 40 acres of lush Kent countryside, this park sits conveniently just a few minutes drive from the coast, boasting miles of sandy beaches. the park offers a fantastic family...

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    Kent

    New Beach is one of the finest places in the south east for a family holiday. There’s so much to do around and about you’ll have difficulty deciding where to go next. You can...

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    Leysdown, Isle of Sheppey, Kent, South of England

    Offering you a wonderful seaside setting just 5 minutes’ from the sea front, promenade and beach at Leysdown, Hart’s Holiday Park is the ideal base for a relaxing holiday...

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    Set between the historic villages of New Romney and Dymchurch, Marlie Holiday Park is just a short drive from the beach and boasts its own indoor swimming pool, sports field, playground...

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    Whitstable, Kent, South of England

    Whitstable Seaview is ideally located on the heritage coast of Kent, overlooking the Thames Estuary and only a few miles away from Herne Bay and Whitstable. The park is perfectly...

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    Seasalter, Kent, South of England

    Located in Seasalter, near popular Whitstable, and boasting the beach virtually on its doorstep, this easily accessible park unites a superb location with fun-packed family facilities....

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    Monkton, Nr Ramsgate, Kent, South of England

    Close to Ramsgate and only a short drive from Kent’s golden sandy beaches, this superbly located and beautifully landscaped Mediterranean style park boasts a gorgeous water garden,...

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    St. Margaret’s-at-Cliffe, Kent, South of England

    St. Margaret’s Bay awarded The David Bellamy Bronze Award for Conservation is the perfect place for families seeking a peaceful holiday. Set in mature gardens, it sits adjacent to...

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    New Romney, Kent, South of England

    Romney Sands offers you traditional holiday fun in a splendid seaside setting, fronted by one of the finest sandy beaches on the Kent...

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