Campsites in Kent

Welcome to our Premier Parks campsites in Kent, the enchanting county nestled in the southeastern corner of England. From the captivating White Cliffs of Dover to the idyllic countryside, Kent offers a tapestry of natural beauty that will leave you awestruck. Immerse yourself in charming towns and villages, explore ancient castles and historic sites, or simply unwind amid the tranquility of the countryside.

Premier Parks campsites in Kent

Hawthorn Farm (Dover)

Station Road, Martin Mill, Dover, Kent, CT15 5LA

Hawthorn Farm (Dover)

Station Road, Martin Mill, Dover, Kent, CT15 5LA

Close to Dover Woodland park Beautifully landscaped gardens

Your perfect location to explore in or out of the UK.


Homing Park

Church Lane, Seasalter, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 4BU

Homing Park

Church Lane, Seasalter, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 4BU

Close to the popular seaside town of Whitstable Great coastal location Clean and well maintained facilities

Welcoming campers and holiday homeowners to a special corner of Kent.

Camping Pod 3
Caravan 43
Motorhome 43
Tent 43

Hop Farm Camping & Touring Park

Maidstone Road, Paddock Wood, Kent, TN12 6PY

Hop Farm Camping & Touring Park

Maidstone Road, Paddock Wood, Kent, TN12 6PY

Family friendly 450 acres of open countryside Pub/restaurant on site

An award-winning, family friendly, camping and touring park in the heart of the Kent countryside

Caravan 120
Motorhome 120
Tent 300

Tanner Farm Park

Goudhurst Road, Marden, Kent, TN12 9ND

Tanner Farm Park

Goudhurst Road, Marden, Kent, TN12 9ND

Tranquil, rural location Family and dog friendly Many tourist attractions nearby

Family friendly five-star site surrounded by glorious Kentish countryside and picturesque villages, with plenty of activities and places of interest nearby.

Camping Pod 2
Caravan 93
Holiday Home 9
Lodge 9
Motorhome 35
Seasonal Pitch 12
Tent 20

Little Satmar Holiday Park (Folkestone)

Winehouse Lane, Capel-le-Ferne, Folkestone, Kent, CT18 7JF

Little Satmar Holiday Park (Folkestone)

Winehouse Lane, Capel-le-Ferne, Folkestone, Kent, CT18 7JF

Coastal park Tranquil location Rural setting

Touring and camping in a stunning coastal setting


Quex Holiday Park (Birchington)

Park Road, Birchington, Kent, CT7 0BL

Quex Holiday Park (Birchington)

Park Road, Birchington, Kent, CT7 0BL

Countryside park Picturesque Sandy beaches nearby

An ideal setting for your tourer or motorhome (tents are not accepted at Quex Park).


Broadhembury Caravan & Camping Park

Steeds Lane, Kingsnorth, Ashford , Kent, TN26 1NQ

Broadhembury Caravan & Camping Park

Steeds Lane, Kingsnorth, Ashford , Kent, TN26 1NQ

Uniquely split into separate Adults Only and Family Parks Ideal location for exploring Kent’s castles and coastline Superb pitches and facilities for holidays in any season

Whether you go camping, touring, glamping or self-catering in one of the five-star holiday homes, as a family-owned business, Broadhembury pride themselves on what they do and try hard to offer an amazing holiday experience for adults, kids and dogs alike.


Some of the best things about Kent

The Garden of England

Indulge in a myriad of experiences that blend natural splendour, historical treasures, and cultural delights.

If you're planning a camping trip in Kent, you're in for a treat. Known as the 'Garden of England' due to its abundance of orchards and hop gardens, Kent has plenty to see. From picturesque landscapes and breathtaking coastline, to captivating castles and vibrant towns, this county offers an abundance of attractions to explore during your stay. 

Embrace nature's majesty

With its diverse terrain, Kent presents an array of natural wonders.

Begin by venturing along the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, a symbol of England's resilience and beauty. Take a scenic hike along the cliffside trails, revealing awe-inspiring views of the English Channel. For a different coastal experience, head to the sandy beaches of Broadstairs or the wild expanse of Dungeness, a unique shingle landscape with a nature reserve that is home to a remarkable variety of flora and fauna.

Discover historical gems

Kent boasts a rich history that is best witnessed through its architectural marvels.

Start your historical exploration with a visit to Canterbury, home to the magnificent Canterbury Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Step back in time as you stroll through the medieval streets of Rochester, and don't miss the chance to visit Leeds Castle. Often called the 'loveliest castle in the world', it nestles amid stunning parkland and is surrounded by a moat.

Immerse yourself in cultural delights

Kent's vibrant towns and cities offer a tapestry of cultural experiences.

In the charming city of Canterbury, soak up the lively atmosphere, explore boutique shops, and savour local culinary delights in quaint caf├ęs and restaurants. Take a trip to the bustling seaside town of Margate, known for its contemporary art scene, where you can visit the Turner Contemporary art gallery. For a dose of maritime history, head to Chatham Historic Dockyard, where you can explore historic ships and learn about the county's maritime heritage.

Delight in outdoor adventures

Camping in Kent opens up a world of outdoor activities.

Embark on cycling trails through picturesque countryside and along the coast. Engage in water sports such as kayaking, paddleboarding, or surfing, and enjoy a leisurely boat trip along the River Medway. For a more relaxed experience, wander through Kent's renowned gardens, including Sissinghurst Castle Garden, and the stunning grounds of Penshurst Place, where you can revel in the beauty of carefully manicured landscapes.

Savour local tastes

No trip to Kent is complete without indulging in its culinary delights.

The county is renowned for its fresh produce, including juicy cherries, succulent apples, and exquisite wines. Take a vineyard tour, for that feeling of being in France without leaving the country. Visit local farmers' markets to sample and purchase delicious artisanal products, or treat yourself to a visit to one of the many traditional pubs and restaurants, where you can relish hearty meals featuring local ingredients.