Warden Springs Caravan Park
Isle of Sheppey, Kent
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Warden Springs Caravan Park is a three-star, Spreyer holiday parks owned and run family resort close to Leysdown-on-Sea, on the Isle of Sheppey.
This park in Kent is open from March to January for owners, march till October for holiday guests, they welcome guests with motorhomes, touring caravans and tents, as well as having a number of holiday homes available for sale and letting.
Warden Springs Caravan park offer a wide range of holiday homes for sale with something to suite everyone's needs, holiday homes start from as little as £3,500, why not take a quick look at the offers in our photo gallery or pop over to there website at www.wardenspringscaravanpark.com
Guests bringing their own Tents ,Touring and motorhomes to Warden Springs Caravan Park will find a selection of flat, terraced and sloping pitches, all on grass, all with EHU. There are also toilets and shower blocks, a dishwashing area, a laundrette, water taps, and grey water and chemical waste disposal points. there is also a selection of holiday homes to hire from a standard 2 bed bronze unit to a gold double glazed central heated units, all these units have that home from home feeling so why not try before you buy. A small on site convenience store enables guests to stock up on holiday essentials without needing to venture from the site, and Wi-Fi internet is available, too.
There are plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy during a stay at Warden Springs Caravan Park. The heated outdoor pool, open from May to September, is always popular, while there is also a children’s play area and an all-weather sports court. offering fun activities for children of all ages throughout the day. this is a leisurely park that offers evening entertainment in none peaks with more activities in high season.
There's also the Waterside Restaurant and a takeaway facility, open from 9am each day, while the Waterside Tavern is the on-site bar and entertainment facility. A club house and games room, featuring amusement arcades and a selection of other activities, is also open until late to keep younger family members busy and entertained.
The park is a short walk away from the popular shingle beach found at Leysdown-on-Sea, while the town itself has a small selection of shops where tourists can buy ice cream and beach essentials.
If you've come to the Isle of Sheppey for your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Kent, the island's main town, Sheerness, has a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a beach of its own.
This is also a lovely place to pitch if you want to explore the rest of the county of Kent, the Garden of England. The north and east Kent coastal areas are famous for their towns and villages, with Whitstable, Herne Bay, Broadstairs and Margate all wonderful places to spend the day. Broadstairs is famous for its links with Charles Dickens and there's an annual festival in his honour every June in the town. Those looking for some retail therapy should head to Maidstone or the popular outlet centre at Ashford. And if you're staying at this campsite you're also under an hour by car from the cathedral city of Canterbury, which has lots of shops and eateries, as well as its many magnificent historic attractions.
Warden Springs Caravan Park is a great place for family camping and caravan holidays in Kent, with plenty to do on site as well as a range of attractions and things to do in the local area.
Evening Entertainment and day time in peak weeks
Own your own holiday home from as little as £3.500
DirectionsFrom the M25, take the A2 at Junction 2, which then becomes the M2, until Junction 5 (Sheerness and Sittingbourne). Follow the A249 for 8 miles and take a right onto the B2231 to Eastchurch. At Eastchurch, turn left just after the church, following the signs for Warden Springs Holiday Park. At the bottom of the hill turn right (signposted Shurland Dale and Warden Springs). The Park is approximately 2.5 miles along this road.
Whatever your interest, from fishing to mountain biking or golf to history, Warden Springs is the ideal base to enjoy any activity you fancy, at your leisure. Visit our website for more information on the array of leisure activities available close to the Park.
These are just a few of the local attractions nearby….
Margate – traditional seaside fun for all.
The Hop Farm Country park – Includes hop and brewing museum, shire horses and children’s play area.
Brands Hatch - This sensational motoring racing circuit offers plenty of action!
Kent Wildlife Trust – Children can enjoy the fun hands-on displays whilst learning about wildlife.
Hever Castle – History comes to life at the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Enjoy beautiful castles and The Yew Maze.
Shepherd Neame Brewery Tours – Visit England’s oldest brewery in Faversham and savour the aroma of hops.
Belmont House and Gardens – A unique Georgian house set in beautiful gardens surrounded by stunning views.
Chatham Dockyard – Walk through the re-created dockyard of 1758, or visit shops from more modern times.
Sports and Water Resorts Programme
Waterside Takeaway and Restaurant Waterside Tavern with entertainment
Warden Springs Caravan Park is now under new management, Spreyer Holiday Parks ltd. up until the 29th of January 2016 Warden Springs was owned by park resorts ltd operating under the name of Warden Springs Holiday park.
please can we ask that you disregard and previous negative reviews.
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Based on 4 review(s)
17 Sep 2019
Site has deteriorated since spreyer brothers ownership. The prettiest site on isle of sheppey now has a terrible reputation and management. I would not recommend anyone purchase a caravan on warden springs
22 Jul 2017
I brought a caravan on this park recently. I am shocked by the bad reviews, as it is so quiet and pleasant place to stay. I have had the total opposite experience with staff who have been friendly and helpful. Also everyone on the site or beach seem to be friendly and plenty of hello’s and good mornings exchanged which makes a change from the unsocial city lot. Lovely views and plenty to explore with a beach only mins walk away and woodland walk great for all the family.
Pros: Heated swimming pool and arcade. Small play park and sports pitch. Amazing sea views. Wild life rabbits and hedgehog spotted around caravans.
Cons: Closest shop to drive to is 2 miles. However, if you walk through the woods or from the beach there are local shops 10 mins away and a Chinese restaurant.
Kent 16 Feb 2014
Oh My Days, what an awful, horrible place. The site itself is dirty. The entertainment complex is just as bad. Some of the staff could do with a good clean too. The toilets leak everywhere. I was served mouldy food and when I complained I got the dirtiest look ever. Security is non existent, as is the entertainment team for the children during the day, and the park / play area is a danger for the children. Having 2 children I look for a holiday where my children will be safe and enjoy themselves. Warden Springs IS NOT this place. It needs a major revamp and someone who actually cares about the park to put some TLC into it. Until this happens I would NOT recommend that you go here.
scotland 14 Jan 2012
Beautiful park, very close to the seaside and amusements (15 min walk) has everything you need on park, little shop, amusements bar etc. children love it a small and friendly park. vans all clean and you get a call the next day to see if everything is ok. security very good always touring around. used to sun holiday booking last year. will use again this year but will have an addition week in the 6 weeks.