Nature at its best

Rediscover the great outdoors at Romney Sands holiday park. Opposite one of Kent’s finest sandy beaches and close to the wildlife-filled Romney Marshes, this natural hide away offers endless adventures.

Enjoy lots of new activities on the park from tennis to crazy golf. There’s also an adventure playground to keep the kids happy and of course, two indoor swimming pools.

Close to both the Greatstone Dunes and the Dungeness Nature Reserve, there’s plenty to do nearby too. Stroll through the dunes to reach miles of golden sandy beach or take a walk to spot the local wildlife.

You’ll find a range of accommodation with Romney Sands' caravan holidays and apartments. We also offer caravan ownership with an 11-month owner season. 

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Fishing by the side of the lake Fishing by the side of the lake
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Lakeside fishing at Romney Sands Lakeside fishing at Romney Sands

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5 THINGS TO MAKE YOUR TRIP MEMORABLE

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All Aboard!

Take a ride on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. It’s the world’s smallest public railway and travels 13.5 miles taking in sights from picturesque Hythe to the Dungeness National Nature Reserve.

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Beautiful Walks

Enjoy a walk at the Dungeness National Nature Reserve. This dramatic landscape is home to a wide range of plants and wildlife, plus one of Europe’s largest shingle beaches.

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Family Games

Join the kids in the amusement arcade for lots of fun and laughs as you play the games. You’ll find exciting new games alongside your traditional favourites.

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Safari Adventures

Feel the excitement of a safari at Port Lympne Reserve. Here you’ll find 100 acres of land to explore while spotting magnificent animals such as black rhino, water buffalo, big cats, and more.

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Thrilling Rides

Scream on the ghost train, crash on the dodgems and spin in the teacups at the Dymchurch Family Amusement Park. With rides and arcade games, it’s fun for all the family. 

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Holidays

Holidays

Create your ideal getaway at Romney Sands Holiday Park. With caravan holidays, plus chalets, bungalows and apartments, you can choose the perfect accommodation to suit your needs and budget. Whatever you go for, you can enjoy all the park’s facilities and entertainment.

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Caravans & Lodges for Sale

You’ll never get tired of the beautiful scenery with caravan or lodge ownership at Romney Sands. Choose a pitch with views towards the beach, across the lake, or over the nature reserve. With an 11-month owner season, you can visit throughout the year and have access to all the facilities and entertainment.

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Romney Sands reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Facilities
7.7
Location & surroundings
8.3
Helpfulness of staff
8.6
Overall rating
8.0
Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 1546 reviews
8 out of 10

J

GB
We've stayed here several times and always enjoyed it, I would say thought that the bar and food is very expensive and definitely not for those on a budget holiday. We are there 1 evening but the other nights we are elsewhere and it was much cheaper.
Confirmed guest:11 September 2017
Published on:17 September 2017
10 out of 10

Asur

AshfordGB
A perfect holiday thank you everyone expecially yhe bar staff and tamworth and his team well done guys xx
Confirmed guest:11 September 2017
Published on:17 September 2017
5 out of 10

Elizabeth

Tunbridge WellsGB
Holiday camp looked tired and seemed a mish mash of accomadation
Confirmed guest:11 September 2017
Published on:17 September 2017
10 out of 10

Selena

SittingbourneGB
My 3rd time at the park and i will always use this park. Holds a very special place in my heart. Beautiful place and lovely staff
Confirmed guest:11 September 2017
Published on:17 September 2017
8 out of 10

Anna

LympneGB
I enjoyed my short break. I especially came to use the pool which was nice but could do with a bit more cleaning around, noticed old balls of hair! The only other negative think I could say was coffee was too expensive at over 3 pounds for a cappuccino and it wasn't a proper one! The weather was bad when I was there but felt nice and cosy in the van with the fire on. Enjoyed veggie sausages and mash in restaurant.
Confirmed guest:08 September 2017
Published on:16 September 2017

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