On the caravan park

Enjoy the great outdoors, or simply relax in your fenced garden and watch the visiting birds and butterflies.

Fun for all!

The Kentish countryside offers a wealth of variety and things to do for all ages.
Boating and fishing on the River Stour are just a short walk through the Park.

The Garden of England

Kent is often described as the Garden of England; we couldn't think of a more apt description if we tried!

Explore Kent

Kent offers a fantastic range of places to explore and experience – so much at your fingertips, and so get-attable!

The Caravan Park
Surrounded by orchards, and adjacent to the banks of the Kentish Stour, this family owned caravan park offers the friendliness and relaxation that you would expect to find in a country village.
Caravan Park
Caravans for Sale
The wonderful thing about buying a caravan holiday home, is that you can choose the style and design that suits you. The choices are endless, and, with the option of the occasional pre-owned holiday home too, very affordable.
Caravans for sale on our Caravan Park
Caravan Park - things to do
Things to do
The Dog and Duck Caravan Park offers the peace and tranquility of the Kentish countryside; yet at the same time there is so much to do. It's a real conundrum!
contact Dog and Duck caravan park
Phone us:
tel: 01843 821542

Email us:
e-mail: david@dogandduck.co.uk

Explore Kent

Explore Kent

If you like exploring you'll be spoilt for choice in Kent. Its magnificent country side and expansive coastline provide ample opportunity for adventure, relaxation and excitement.

Oast house


"Kent" is the oldest recorded place name in Britain, and its colourful history is entangled with famous names like Julius Caesar, Henry VIII, Winston Churchill, Jane Austin, Charles Dickens and Geoffrey Chaucer.

As the nearest point in England to mainland Europe, Kent will enthral you with dramatic tales of Roman invasions and World Wars. It has more castles and historic houses than any other English county, making it a historical wonderland for inquisitive children and adults looking for culture and romance.

Canterbury cathedral

Explore majestic castles such as Dover or Deal, or be seduced by the romance of Leeds Castle and the splendour of Canterbury Cathedral. You'll be struck by the nostalgia of perfectly preserved oak-beamed cottages, Windmills and Victorian oast houses.

Coastal pleasures

No-one can deny the pleasures of a day by the sea, with refreshing wind in your hair and waves lapping at your feet.

Young children can play on gently shelving sandy beaches like Birchington, Broadstairs, Greatstone-On-Sea or Ramsgate. Childhood memories are made running on the shore, sharing ice-creams and on lazy days exploring rock pools.


Take time to explore the charming quirky harbour town of Whitstable, famous for its oysters. With its artisan community, brightly coloured sailboats, working harbour and white-washed fisherman's cottages. It offers a delightful insight into life by the sea.

Eiffel tower


The Dog and Duck Caravan Park is just a short drive away from Dover and the Eurotunnel . With crossing times as short as 35 minutes, the Continent is but a short hop away! 

Marvel at the architecture in Brussels or Brugge, be enriched by art galleries in Paris or Lille or wander around the enchanting 1930's "French Hollywood",  the coastal town of Le Touquet. And be sure to stock up on superb value fine wines, champagnes, cheeses and other regional specialties before your return!