Holiday Parks in Kent & Sussex
Book a holiday in Kent or Sussex and you’ll get to discover some of the UK’s most spectacular coastal and countryside scenery. Known as the ‘Garden of England’, Kent is home to some breathtaking sights including the peaceful Isle of Sheppey, dramatic White Cliffs of Dover and historic streets of Canterbury. In neighbouring Sussex, you’ll also find stunning Camber Sands Beach – featuring one of the largest sand dune systems on the South Coast!
With 3 holiday parks to choose from across the region, you’ll be within easy reach of some of Kent and Sussex’s top attractions, too.
If you’re looking for a caravan holiday in Kent or Sussex, you’ll find a wide range of static caravan accommodation at all 3 of our parks.
Enjoy a beach break with a touch of luxury in one of our stylish holiday lodges in Kent or Sussex – available at Camber Sands and Romney Sands Holiday Parks.
Even More Choice
You’ll also find additional accommodation options including touring and camping pitches at Camber Sands, holiday apartments and bungalows at a number of our parks and even a hotel at St Margaret’s Bay. There’s something for everyone.
We've invested £1.4m in our Kent & Sussex parks for 2019
with £175,000 spent on refurbishment of St Margaret's Bay including an updated spa, swimming pool and brand new steam room.
Our Holiday Parks in Kent & Sussex
Jump in the pool
The 22 metre pool is ideal for swimming lengths or splashing with the kids
The White Cliffs of Dover
Admire the views along the White Cliffs of Dover Wildlife Walk, only a short distance from the park
Just a five-minute drive and you’re at the beach, perfect for family fun
This park offers:
5 Things To Make Your Trip Memorable
Blue Flag Beaches
Visit the region’s spectacular beaches including several Blue Flag award-winning beaches. Pack a picnic and your bucket and spade for a fun day on the sands.
Head to Canterbury to discover interesting shops, independent restaurants and of course, the wonderful cathedral. From interesting architecture to city walks, it’s a great place to explore.
Bring the history books to life with a day out at Hastings. Location of the famous battle of 1066, Hastings today blends the past and present with attractions, shops and restaurants.
Discover medieval buildings and cobbled streets at the small town of Rye. Take a walk by the pretty harbour before enjoying a meal at one of the town’s restaurants.
White Cliffs of Dover
Get your camera ready as you approach the iconic White Cliffs of Dover. Instantly recognisable, this famous landmark provides amazing views and there are lots of accessible footpaths to explore.