Coastal views from the deck at Allhallows Holiday Park

Three reasons why Allhallows is the pitch-perfect place to buy a caravan

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Split across the woodland-based Hope Reach, and the Lake View and Lake Terrace areas, we have 65 brand-new pitches in development and a great selection of caravans for sale at Allhallows. So if you’re thinking about becoming a holiday home owner with Haven, read on to find out more about Allhallows along with three reasons why Allhallows could be pitch-perfect for you.  

These new pitches are filling quickly. If you want to secure your place, book a guided visit with our team today and experience the wonderful Allhallows Holiday Park. 

Three reasons why Allhallows could be the park for you

Nestled on the Kent coast less than an hour from London, Allhallows offers the perfect mix of relaxing retreat and exciting escape, thanks to its location alongside the wildlife-friendly Thames Estuary and the introduction of a brand-new Adventure Village, opening this summer. This Kentish bolthole is a great escape from bustling city life, and it's a rejuvenating spot you'll want to come back to again and again.

1. The park experiences

The right mix of relaxing and adrenaline-fuelled, Allhallows is an exciting park to be a part of. You’ll have access to an indoor and an outdoor swimming pool with private pool times for owners, a separate indoor paddling pool for kids, as well as an impressive outdoor stage and a special Bark Yard area for four-legged guests. 

Allhallows is also home to a brand-new Adventure Village, opening this summer, which provides the ultimate opportunity to make lasting memories. Featuring high-octane Aerial Adventure, The Jump and our Bungee Trampolines, as well as laid-back Crazy Golf, Sand Play and more, there’s an activity to suit every disposition.

2. The surroundings

The park atmosphere here is totally unique: there’s a mid-19 century artillery fort at the edge of the park (it’s definitely worth popping by!), as well as the site’s own one-acre fishing lake, where you can try your hand at catching bream, carp, perch and trench. 

Allhallows is surrounded by The Thames Estuary – home to porpoises and seals – providing beautiful views and ample walking routes, as well as the chance to glimpse some incredible wildlife.

3. The things to do

3. The things to do

Affectionately known as the Garden of England, Kent is chock full of must-see scenery, from the famous white cliffs of Dover to the beaches of Sheerness, Broadstairs and Herne Bay. There’s plenty to entertain culture buffs, too, with Rochester Castle and Canterbury Cathedral both within driving distance from Allhallows. Or you can follow in the footsteps of Charles Dickens, who spent his formative years in the county. Rochester, where the writer grew up, is a 20-minute drive from Allhallows. 

These new pitches are filling fast! 

Does Allhallows sound like the pitch-perfect park for you? Don't miss out on your space! Book your visit with our team today.