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Camping in South East England

63 campsites in England, South East

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Kings Oak Farm is an adults-only 'Certified Site' campsite set in the heart of the Kentish countryside, near the busy Wealden village of Headcorn. This...

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Round Oak Farm is a smaller, CL style campsite on a working farm that focuses mainly on rare breed sheep and cows. Located in the...

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Broadhembury Caravan & Camping Park is found in the quiet countryside just outside Ashford and within easy reach of London, Dover, Folkestone and the Kent...

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This small, well established, family orientated, naturist campsite is run by and for its members. It is within ten miles of Brighton and the Sussex...

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Set in 500 acres of the Garden of England, The Hop Farm Touring & Camping Park is a popular family visitor attraction. There are plenty...

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Brighton is without doubt the South of England’s most popular seaside resort, and Brighton Caravan and Motorhome Club’s site is a first class base from...

A stay at Fairlight Wood Caravan and Motorhome Club site is almost like taking a soothing break in a large and lovely garden. It is...

Alderstead Heath Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a surprisingly rural site given that it lies just 35 minutes from central London by train. It...

Planted with silver birch, rowan and flowering cherry, Slinfold Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a gem nestled at the end of a country lane...

Littlehampton Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set on the outskirts of this delightful seaside resort, and just a 30 minute brisk walk away from...

Whether you are coming, going or staying, you should try this neat, tidy and attractive six-acre park, owned by The Caravan and Motorhome Club. It...

Nestled in the Surrey countryside, Gatwick Caravan and Motorhome Club site offers the perfect base for your relaxing camping or touring holiday. Located conveniently close...

Daleacres Caravan and Motorhome Club site is very family and pet friendly and provides a football pitch for a quick kick around and a dog...

Elegantly sloping towards open farmland, Bearsted Caravan and Motorhome Club site offers the tranquillity of these open fields, one of which is a horse paddock...

Graciously set within a former garden which boasts magnificent trees, Battle Normanhurst Court Caravan and Motorhome Club site, offers a choice between pitches in open...

Located in Worthing, West Sussex and only 1.5 miles away from the nearest beach in Goring, the Northbrook Farm Caravan and Motorhome Club site is...

This site has recently undergone extensive redevelopment and no longer accepts touring caravans. Formerly known as Canterbury Fields Holiday Park, the site was acquired by...

Concierge Camping at Ratham Estate opened a luxury touring park in 2015. Each generous pitch is framed with hedging for seclusion and privacy. Originally a...

Although there is a large number of privately owned holiday homes at Quex, they do not intrude on the touring area which is in a...

Capel-le-Ferne is a relatively little known seaside town midway between Dover and Folkestone. Little Satmar is a quiet site a short walk from the delightful...

South East

Land of 1066, the South East is brimming with historical sights as castles, stately homes and cathedrals abound. It also boasts miles of footpaths and cycle routes through some of the best landscapes in England, passing chalk downland, wooded valleys and dramatic white-faced cliffs.

The chalk countryside of golden downland in Sussex offers many opportunities for an active holiday, from walking and cycling to more adventurous pursuits such as rock climbing or ballooning. Once an ancient forest, much of the Weald is now taken up with farmland, but some areas still remain, including Ashdown Forest, a walker’s paradise with stunning views of the High Weald and South Downs. The many rivers of the county have cut their way through gaps in the chalk landscape, ending spectacularly in white cliffs on the coast. Here you will find the Regency resorts of Bognor Regis and Brighton, with its Royal Pavilion, famous pier and quirky shops. Often referred to as the ‘Garden of England’, Kent is a richly fertile region flourishing with hop gardens, fruit orchards and flowers. It is also home to the world renowned Canterbury Cathedral, several splendid castles, hidden towns, and quaint villages with oast houses. Surrey too boasts a rich heritage with numerous stately homes and National Trust sites plus large areas of ancient woodland. With a network of rivers, an enjoyable way to explore the beautiful countryside is by boat, stopping off at a riverside pub – or two!