Situated in the heart of the beautiful Kent countryside. Here you can relax and enjoy peaceful walks by the river or meet up with friends in the Dog and Duck Inn.
The "Gold" David Bellamy conservation awarded to the park for more than five years.
There is something to suit all tastes and all ages at the Dog and Duck Leisure Parks. Your friendly hosts and managment team will be only too happy to help and advise you on buying your holiday home.
All caravan holiday homes are owner occupied and there is no subletting. You can get to know your neighbours – and the atmosphere on the park is just like villages used to be!
Trees and mature shrubs shelter many plots.
The caravan holiday homes may be used for 9 months or 11 1/2 months.
Woodland Lodges 11 months of the year
An Oasis for Wildlife...
The Dog and Duck Leisure Parks are a consistent David Bellamy Gold conservation award winner.
Professor David Bellamy says "Britain's parks are bursting with bio-diversity! They are the nation's favourite get-away-from-it-all locations, and also a major point of contact between people and the countryside. They are therefore very important centres of education, and a wonderful place to go and experience wrap-around nature. That's why these awards play an important role in helping parks to keep the green flag flying!".
At the Dog and Duck caravan park we have created mini wildlife sanctuaries by selective planting and careful planned management of meadows for the host of small mammals, insects, butterflies and birds that now inhabit them.
A tranquil haven for both wildlife and our guests!
Please visit our website or email for more information...
If you can't see what you require, please contact us to discuss your requirements. Prices start at around £22,950 for a new caravan holiday home. This includes delivery, all connections, fridge, fence and first year's fees. We will be happy to order a caravan or lodge to your specification.
If you are feeling energetic and wish to venture beyond the caravan park ... why not enjoy ...
cycling along Kent's many country lanes
Canterbury, with its ancient Cathedral and shopping centre
The port towns of Dover Ramsgate and Sandwich
Attractions for children including Howletts zoo, Wingham Bird Park
Lovely country walks
Based on 2 review(s)
Devon 15 Apr 2019
I thought it was a really nice leasure park, along with Preston park, But I got it very wrong, I nearly spent 42 thousand pounds on a static holiday home, Im so glad I didn't. The new owners are biarst people, I have a minor criminal conviction, namely a a.b.h. , which is spent, And I wasn't aloud to purchase a mobile home outright, because of it. Out of order. Steer clear of these leasure parks, Not good. I understand now, why so many people are selling up and moving away, And why they have so many empty ones for sale..... If the so called gutless owners, or management want to contact me, regarding my truthfull feedback, they can at firstname.lastname@example.org
kent 13 Jul 2010
I have own a caravan since 2006. The owners and staff are very welcoming and always happy to help. Riverside walks on your doorstep making the area of tranquil wild space that can be enjoyed by all. Autumn walks through the orchards will find plenty of apples lying around for apple pies for the Winter warmers and making a end to another lovely season at the Dog & Duck. T,Castle