Canterbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site is open throughout the year, making it one of the best holiday parks in Kent for anyone looking to escape to the “Garden of England” and explore what the county has to offer. The site welcomes tents, motorhomes, and touring caravans, with fully serviced pitches available for those who would like this service.
Electricity hook-ups as well as basic facilities to take care of things like washing up and laundry are available at Canterbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site, which is both pet and child friendly. While pets can enjoy the open spaces of the park and surrounding area, children can take advantage of the on-site play area to run off the energy and excitement they typically have on a daily basis.
Our park is so close to Canterbury that you can reach the famous city on foot in less than half an hour, walking along gentle paths and enjoying some of Kent’s most beautiful and unspoiled natural scenery. When you get to Canterbury itself, you will be immediately drawn in by its charm and disarming nature. Whether it is the cobbled streets, cafes and bars, or its famous cathedral, there is enough there to keep you walking back into Canterbury day after day. A horse drawn carriage ride or lunch on a riverboat are among the added features you can enjoy during your day here.
If you have travelled to Canterbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site with your family, then there are several animal parks and zoos across Kent for you explore and enjoy, while the Rupert Bear Museum is one for all ages and will take even the grumpiest parents back to their childhood!
One of the biggest attractions of Kent for people across the United Kingdom is the gateway to France that it provides. Whether you head to Ashford and take the Eurostar, or drive down to Dover and take the ferry to explore Northern France, there are plenty of opportunities to add an international flavour to your stay in the south east of England.
If you prefer to stay where you are, then you can always head to the coast, where you’ll find a variety of fishing villages, seaside towns currently working their way back to past glories, like Margate, and opportunities to enjoy the beach or even take a trip out to sea in a fishing boat.
A stay with us helps you connect with the outdoors and feel at one with nature, whatever you decide to do.
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The city of Canterbury is just over a mile away. Buses run from outside the Site into the centre. Explore the city in style by horse-drawn carriage or river boat.
Canterbury cathedral has been welcoming visitors for at least 14 centuries. Today it is host to an international study centre.
Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales is the basis of a visitor attraction at the heart of the city. Join a walking tour and discover the rest of the city with an official guide. Whitstable is home to The Favourite, the last of the Oyster Yawls that used to catch shellfish around the Kent coast.
Howletts Wild Animal Park and the African Experience are both home to a wide range of animals, from elephants to wolves.
Children and adults will enjoy the Rupert Bear Museum. It has original Rupert drawings and activities for all the family.
The channel ports of Dover and Folkestone are less than an hour’s drive to the south.
Sandy beaches are at the traditional seaside resorts of Margate and Broadstairs to the north east.
Kent’s unique woodland discovery park Wildwood is in ancient woodland that dates back to the Domesday Book.
You can fish locally for carp, bream, roach, tench, rudd, perch, pike and trout.
Based on 2 review(s)
Northants 01 Dec 2013
Large(ish) site on the outskirts of Canterbury; mixture of grass and hard-standing pitches. Good facilities; clean and tidy. Warm friendly welcome from managers and their assistants. Bus stop short walk from site. Close to many other Kent tourist attractions.
Warwickshire 25 Aug 2011
A winter visit for us to this site, and we were greeted by christmas lights around the site on various christmas trees and motorhomes.
Even the office and around the office had illuminations on it, so really seasonal.
The site only had one facilities block open due to the time of year but it was heated and although a bit aged in appearance, it was clean.
The staff were helpful and friendly, even offering us menus for various types of takeaway menus if we did not want to go out again in the cold for something to eat, which was really useful, they even delivered us lagers!
On a main route into Canterbury with bus stop nearby and some shops and a newsagent within walking distance.
This site is a great site to visit the area or as an overnight stop before ferries from Dover