A caravan park on the Kent coast, between Folkestone and Dover, you can always be assured of a warm welcome when you visit Capel Court Park - the first time and every time. Close to the top of the "White Cliffs", but in a private and sheltered position, the park is in an ideal location for either permanent living or an easily reached second home. This friendly park is on the edge of the pleasant village of Capel-le-Ferne on the south Kent coast, two miles from Folkestone. The harbour area and the adjacent waterfront is to undergo a major re-development, making Folkestone one of the premier south coast towns.
The park is surrounded by lovely views across the Channel, with many footpaths over the cliffs, along the seashore, or away from it all across the Downs. We normally have a small selection of new and used caravans for sale in varying price ranges.
We have a boules pitch at the park for the use of caravan and park home owners. One small/medium sized dog is welcome but must be kept on a leash and exercised off the Park.
Capel Court Park is convenient for the Channel Tunnel and the ports for day trips and short breaks and for visiting coastal and inland Kent and Sussex. It is easily accessed from the Home Counties via the M20.
In the local area are many places of interest, lovely countryside and entertainment including theatre, cinema and concerts; horse racing and motor racing; and many sports including bowls, golf and fishing. For local events and information on the waterfront developments, see websites: gofolkestone.org.uk ; discoverfolkestone.co.uk ; folkestone-racecourse.co.uk . For local amenities etc. see our page on caravansitedirectory.co.uk/CapelCourtPark .
Adjacent to the park is the Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant overlooking the Channel, whilst a few minutes walk along the cliff path is the Cliff Top Cafe - a really pleasant spot for your morning coffee. There are numerous comfortable pubs/restaurants in the surrounding villages and in the nearby towns of Folkestone and Dover. We have a Petanque (Boules) pitch at Capel Court Park where you can enjoy a relaxing, friendly game.
: June in 2011
As all my children had moved out I decided to downsize and considered buying a residential mobile home. However I wanted to try living in a mobile home first before committing so started looking for a holiday mobile home in the area. I visited several sites and was rather disappointed until I found Capel Court Park. Just what I was looking for! A relatively small site, very clean and superbly maintained. The member of staff that showed me round on my first visit was very welcoming and answered all my questions with a smile, you need to keep in mind that this was a total new experience for me and knew nothing about mobile home living! Suppose I must have asked some rather stupid questions!
I did buy a mobile home at Capel Park and have been living there ever since.
All residence respect each other’s privacy, noise is none existing, the peace and quiet is great.
Sadly I'll soon have to move out as the end of the season is near and will definitely look into obtaining permanent residence at Capel Court Park.