Whether you’re looking for a one or two night stop-over or a longer break, we’ve got the right facilities and the right location to make your stay at Seasalter a memorable one.
We’ve been awarded a Five Star Tourist Board rating and Gold Loo-of-the-Year award, no doubt our shower block helped impress the inspectors! Our camping pods are still proving popular and we’ve had plenty of favourable comments about them.
If you’re not familiar with us, we’re just over a couple of miles from famous Whitstable, and about fifteen minutes on foot from the beach and Saxon Shore-way at Seasalter. All our pitches are grassy and level, and have the benefit of free electric, water, grey-water drainage and a TV connection.
We try hard to make our touring & camping field comfortable and a lot of our customers are return visitors.
The pitches are grassy and pretty level, most of them are demarked by hedges and all of them have free services of water, electric, TV point, lighting, and waste drainage. Our loos and showers are graded Five Stars in the Loo of the Year awards and to access the disabled facilities you’ll need your RADAR key.
Pitches & Prices
With only forty three pitches this does mean that for busy times of year you’ll have to make a reservation, oh and if you were wondering, they are in a separate area from the big static caravans, see the photo above.
We’ve noticed some park’s bookings can be complicated with add-on costs for everything from your car to the kid’s beach ball. See what you make of our tariffs. Please take the time to look at our Terms & Conditions ahead of making your booking.
How big is your rig?
Although the AA inspector man tells us our pitches are sized well we do have some issues with jumbo tents motor-homes and tourers big enough to accommodate a travelling circus. So, to this end, and to obey our fire regulations, we won’t accept tents of more than eight berths, or longer or wider than five metres (excluding the rope bits). If you think your tourer, tent, or motor-home might fall into the above category give us a call before you book to save any red faces on arrival. Watch our video.
Info & Tips
There’s a free 10 amp electric supply* on each pitch but you’ll need to bring an extension lead with a blue round-pin plug on one end of it to connect up. *Not safe for EV charging though – we’ve a seperate EV charging station.
Shop We don’t have one but there’s a nice little Co-op only eight or so minutes walk down the road, and we do have a freezer in reception for your ice packs (no food items though please).
Check-in & check-out times – earliest check-in time is 1:00pm and latest check-out time is 11:00am.
Barbecues are allowed (please keep them at least a foot up off the grass) but open fires are prohibited. Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead at all times, and, please use the poo bins provided, or else we’ll set the bears on you!
Church Lane gets narrow so if you’re towing or driving a camper van make sure you approach it from the Thanet Way end (A299). Check out our nightly rates here.
Weather permitting, we open our gates on April 1st (or Good Friday, if it’s in March). We then stay open throughout the season until the end of the Autumn Half-Term break.
Want more park info? Read about our park facilities here.
Important info - Please Note
- No commercial or tradesmen's vehicles are allowed on park - sorry.
- Barbecues are allowed up off the grass, but open fires are prohibited.
- For your safety, cycling scooters & skateboarding etc is forbidden
- Open sided gazebos are allowed up to a max of 3m x 3m