Get (not so far) away from the city

Kent holidays and caravan parks

Holidays in Kent are an amazing antidote to city life. From historic castles to classic seaside resorts, you'll soon forget the hustle and bustle of London. Kent holidays abound with plenty of their own castles and stately homes: famous names include Hever Castle, Leeds Castle and Dover Castle. If you have a taste for the medieval, historic cathedral cities Rochester and Canterbury are simply crammed with historic architecture (as well as great shopping and fantastic restaurants and bars).

Parks in the region

Our parks in Kent

Allhallows, our only holiday park in Kent, seems a world away from city life. You'd never believe it's just an hour from Buckingham Palace by train.

Near Rochester, Kent

Allhallows

This picturesque Kent park sits right by the coast overlooking the Thames Estuary. If you love the great outdoors, Allhallows is the perfect park for you to escape to. There's a little 9-hole golf course for you to take a swing at and a lake for a spot of coarse fishing. Plus two heated pools and plenty of activities and entertainment.

  • 19th century fort offering the best estuary views
  • 9-hole golf course with great sea views

Your own Kentish holiday home

Static caravans for sale

For a permanent city escape, Allhallows is perfect for caravan holidays in Kent. The nearby reed beds and salt marshes are a haven for wading seabirds, while the Thames estuary teems with seals and porpoises. Choosing one of our static caravans for sale in Kent also means you can enjoy all your favourite Haven facilities, activities and entertainment. Plus exclusive owners' parties, events and clubs!

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Explore Kent

Places to visit

Guests at Slough Fort in Allhallows-on-Sea

Slough Fort

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle

Whitstable

Whitstable

Herne Bay

Herne Bay

St Leonards beach

St Leonards beach

A JCB at Diggerland

Diggerland

Exterior of Canterbury Cathedral in Kent

Canterbury Cathedral

Exterior of Rochester Cathedral

Rochester Cathedral

Boats on the River Stour

River Stour

Welcome to the garden of England

Explore the area

St Leonards Beach in Hastings, Kent
If you're looking for something cosmopolitan, Faversham, Margate and Whitstable are getting trendier every day – think contemporary galleries mingling with pop-up restaurants and vintage amusement parks. If you're not ready to hang with the hipsters, the harbours and marinas of Ramsgate offer a more traditional take on what a coastal town's all about. And what visit to Kent could be complete without seeing the white cliffs of Dover? If you want a day trip to thrill the little ones during your stay, try Howletts or Port Lympne wild animal park – they're home to elephants, gorillas, monkeys, tigers and leopards. Places to visit in Kent