Best Camping Spots in the County of Kent

Best Camping Spots in the County of Kent

There’s no denying that Kent, the Garden of England, is full of countryside and coastal delights. There are beautiful beaches, historic castles, luxurious gardens and even heritage railways. What better way to explore these attractions than pitching up a tent in a new location and spending some time outdoors. Fun for children and adults alike, camping holidays are the holiday of choice for many of the British public, so here we explore some of the hidden gems of camping in Kent.

Broadhembury Caravan and Camping Park

Broadhembury Caravan and Camping Park are a family owned, award-winning park just a 10-minute drive south of Ashford, burrowed in glorious countryside.

Offering both a family park and separate adults meadows, this park has something for everyone. Kids are well catered for in the family park with a games room and playground. Facilities include a laundry room, a camper’s kitchen with fridges, freezers, microwaves and sinks, private wash cubicles and a babies’ room. They even won a Loo of the Year award 2019!

Bookings can be made online and advanced bookings are required especially when you are looking to stay through the summer weekends.

Find out more here.

Clifftop Camping

Clifftop Camping can be found within a working farm which is home to an assortment of animals including chickens (whose eggs can be purchased on site), sheep, goats and horses. Just outside of Eastchurch on the Isle of Sheppey, this site boasts views galore. Clifftop Camping has a compost toilet with hand washing facilities and should you wish, you can go carp fishing in the lake or head down to the beach for some fossil hunting.

From £20 per night for 2 adults, Clifftop Camping is just a mile away from the pubs and shops of Eastchurch and just a 20 minute from the M2.

Find out more here.

Still Acres Touring and Camping Park

Still Acres Touring and Camping Park is an adults only campsite situated in Marden. This campsite sits within 28 acres of flat, scenic grassland and welcomes dogs, they even offer a fenced off area specifically for off-lead activities. The main entrance is a secure electric gate for which you will require a fob during your stay. There is a centrally heated shower block and toilets with electric hand dryers all maintained by Still Acres staff.

Still Acres is a fairly new site with 30 hard standing pitches and BBQ’s or firepits are welcome. Prices are £22 per night all season round for 2 adults.

Find out more here.


Gooseberry Field Glamping

Of course, traditional camping certainly isn’t always the most glamorous when the wind is howling or the rain is battering the ground, so if you want to experience the camping fun but in a slightly more luxurious way – there’s always ‘glamping’.’ Picture luxury ball tents, hot tubs, wood-fired pizza ovens and futon beds with linen.  Gooseberry Field Glamping is located in an ancient apple orchard on the outskirts of Pluckley. The 8 bell tents are all designed with a different theme in mind such as Earth & Soul and Beautiful Bohemian.  

If you have camping equipment that you want to keep safe (we know tents and camping beds can come with a substantial price tag), or if you want to lock up some of your belongings whilst you’re away, Easistore has secure storage locations covering the South East. Get in touch for a price today.

Find out more here.

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