Each camping site, caravan park and holiday park is shown on the map below. Click on a pin to see the full information about the site. If there are circles with numbers in them that means there are several sites close together, so zoom in on the map to see the individual pins.
Gold pins represent Premium Listed Parks.
Below the map is the list of the sites and parks. Please click on the names on the individual listings to see a street view map.
Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in Kent
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Here are some useful links brought to you from www.campsitefinderonline.com (Formerly www.ukcampsitefinder.co.uk) to use whilst on your stay in the County of Kent.
If you run or know of an attraction or place to visit in Kent which is not listed please CLICK HERE to add your FREE listing.
Park Holidays UK - Touring Caravan & Camping Holiday Parks in Kent
Eagle Heights Wildlife Park
ALL WEATHER attraction
Daily Raptor Flying display at 12pm and 3.30pm
Open - 7 days a week from 10.30am to 5pm
Eagle Heights is one of the UK's largest bird of prey centres, currently we have a collection of approximately 150 raptors. This includes over 50 species, many of which are now breeding at the centre.
Eagle Heights is situated on top of the North Downs in an area of AONB just 3 miles from junction 3 of the M25.
Part of English Heritage, Upnor Castle is a rare example of an Elizabethan artillery fort which was begun in 1559 and redeveloped in 1599-1601, to protect warships moored at Chatham dockyards.
Historic Houses Association
Over 315 properties throughout the UK to visit.
Check website for current opening hours and tariff.
Royal Engineers Museum
The Royal Engineers Museum and Library tell the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers and military engineering. It is a story about the Sappers and their courage, creativity and innovation.
Please Note: Closed on Mondays.
Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure
Leeds Castle site has the stunning views of the famous old castle. The course features zip lines up to 65 feet above the forest floor and over 200 metres in length.
Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure
Set in the South East of England at Bedgebury Forest. A lakeside visitor centre is the hub from which bike trails are organised.
National Trust Places to Visit
Check out the website for National Trust places to visit in the area.
The Hop Farm Family Park
Our family park is packed full with new features, attractions and exhibitions to entertain the Kids and fuel their imaginations.
The Hop Farm - one of Kent's most popular attractions!
Wildwood is a unique woodland discovery park. It occupies 40 acres of ancient woodland, with easy access and lots to do and explore.
The life of Wildwood constantly changes with the seasons; as our animals give birth, a whole host of young animals can be spotted, so every visit is a new experience.
Information about Kent
Some information about Kent from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
Kent - or "The Garden of England" as it is fondly called (due to its abundance of countryside, orchards and hop gardens) is a great place to visit as it is seeped with history.
Due to its location Kent has been in the front line of several conflicts, including the Battle of Britain during World War II earning East Kent the name of Hell Fire Corner. Both the Cinque Ports (12th–14th centuries) and Chatham Dockyard (16th–20th centuries) played an important role in the country's security and provision of war ships.
If you are interested in history, why not visit the white cliffs of Dover, and in fine weather you can see a clear view of France. Whilst here take the time to visit Dover Castle, which has been impeccably maintained by the English Heritage. Follow the coastline and the abundance of blue flag beaches, discover how Anne Boleyn spent her childhood at Hever Castle, visit Chartwell - Winston Churchill's country retreat now maintained by the National Trust, walk round the Medieval Manor of Ightham Mote and see the deer at Knole. If you like shopping, why not visit the City of Canterbury with its Cathedral and cobbled streets housing quaint shops, tea rooms and restaurants.
By Nina Blanchard