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Homing Park – campsite review

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An editorial review of Homing Park

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Introduction to Homing Park

Nestled in the heart of the Kent countryside, this picturesque site offers the perfect blend of tranquillity and adventure. From the moment you enter, you’ll notice the campsite is immaculately looked after.

This is a wonderful choice for anyone looking to immerse themselves in the beauty of the Kent countryside.

 

Iain Duff

Iain Duff (Content Editor)

 

The site is ideally located for exploring the surrounding area. It’s only a short drive away from several beaches and seaside towns, including the pretty fishing village of Whitstable.


What the campsite has to offer

It has just 43 pitches, and all are spacious, well-maintained, and come with electrical hook-ups.

You’ll have access to a range of on-site amenities, including an outdoor pool, clubhouse, modern shower and toilet facilities, and a children’s play area. But this is far from being a noisy holiday park. Enjoying the peace and quiet is what it’s all about.

That said, if you’re looking for things to do, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. How about a dip in the pool in the morning, or maybe a few sets of tennis in the afternoon?

If you want to chill out, you don’t even need to cook – the clubhouse serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Things to do

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(Photo courtesy of Friedhelm Brandenburg/Pixabay)

The site is ideally located for exploring the surrounding area. It’s only a short drive away from several beaches and seaside towns, including the pretty fishing village of Whitstable. Or why not take a day trip to nearby attractions such as Leeds Castle or Canterbury Cathedral?


Campsite fact file

Specifications

Location:
Church Lane, Seasalter,
Kent CT5 4BU

Telephone:
01227 771777

Open:
1 April – 29 October

Cost:
Two adults, pitch, electric: from £29

Nearest public transport:
10-minute walk

Nearest pub/restaurant:
On site

Directions:
From M2, join Thanet Way/A299 and head towards Whitstable for around four miles.
Turn left onto Church Lane and site is on left.

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