Static caravan parks in Kent are frequently full, even out of season. The county is a favourite haunt of Londoners wanting to escape city life.
Kent, or the Garden of England as it is commonly known, has a varied and lengthy coastline where you can discover some of the UK’s most recognised holiday resort towns. Mobile homes to rent in Kent provide affordable accommodation for families, groups of friends and couples who want a short break or longer holiday. Most parks are located around the coastline from Romney in the south, to the Isle of Sheppey and Whitstable in the north.
Go on an outing to the stunning coastline of Kent and relax on one of the golden, sandy beaches or take in the wonderful views of the White Cliffs of Dover. The coastline offers a wide variety of towns and villages, historic landmarks, family fun days, nature walks and outdoor activities. They are all waiting to be discovered when you rent a holiday home at one of the many static caravan parks in Kent. There is a wide choice of activities both on and off the holiday parks during your stay. And plenty to keep every member of your family happy and occupied, with days out and loads of attractions in the area.
Autumn breaks on static caravan parks in Kent
For those lucky enough to be planning a holiday outside the busy summer season, there is still plenty going on in picturesque Kent. Explore the Secret Wartime Tunnels buried deep in the White Cliffs. Step back in time to King Henry II’s medieval court. Or visit Walmer Castle and Gardens or Deal Castle, both built during Henry VIII’s reign. Both of castles are open daily through September and October.
Early autumn in Kent is a wonderful time to visit. There is nothing better, after a day spent walking in the countryside or along the coast, than returning to your cosy, centrally heated, comfortable holiday home. There is a great selection of mobile homes to rent in Kent on the Rent My Caravan portal.
Enjoy traditional seaside fun
The charm of Kent’s seaside towns is a major draw for holiday makers, whatever the season. For families in particular, they offer beautiful settings, affordability and seaside nostalgia. Whitstable and Margate, Ramsgate and Broadstairs all deliver seaside kitsch yet with a modern twist. A number of seaside towns boast a more diverse range of restaurants and modern attractions than they previously did. Yet you can still experience the quaintness of the traditional seaside with a walk along the beach, a bandstand and a Punch and Judy show.
Rent a static caravan from private owners
There is so much to discover and entertain visitors in the area; you will be spoiled for choice. Search on Rent My Caravan for static caravan parks in Kent, where you can reserve your self-catering holiday accommodation directly with the owners. Check out the video below to see just one example: