Culture vultures will love the nearby town of Rye with its castle, art galleries and wide range of unusual shops.
If you do leave the park and go exploring you will be spoiled for choice.
There are some lovely beaches nearby for those who enjoy soaking up the rays or building sand castles.
Located between the historic towns of Rye and Hastings, Winchelsea Sands is the perfect base to explore the region's history and attractions.
Not that you need to leave the park as we have everything you could wish for right here, including a great entertainment venue which is busiest at weekends and during peak season, and a terrific swimming pool.
Ashcroft Coast Holiday Park on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent & Sussex is in a stunning location, with a choice of great beaches nearby and panoramic views of the Thames Estuary.
There’s a great outdoor pool (open 27 May - 5 September) & indoor pool complex, an all-weather sports area, relaxing spa bath and great range of food and Entertainment in The Waterside Tavern.
In having over 40 years of continuous ownership and operation by the Harrison Family, who reside on property, we are justifiably proud of the fine facilities which have been built and maintained for our members and our guests.
We hope that you will enjoy exploring our website to learn more about what we have to offer and that you will contact us afterward to make reservations for a private tour of our facilities!
There are brick barbecues and picnic tables for guests to use, and a good play.... the nearest beach, South Lancing, is within a short walk, with the beaches of Worthing and Shoreham-by-Sea each two miles walk from here.
Or head west along the coast to the flumes of Littlehampton’s Harbour Park or to the bountiful resort of Bognor Regis, officially declared Britain’s sunniest seaside resort in 2011. Brighton probably doesn’t need an introduction, but if you’re looking for recommendations on what to do there, George IV’s Royal Pavilion, Sea Life Brighton or shopping/eating out around The Lanes are good places to start.
To cook on, tell spooky stories around or just to toast your toes while you enjoy a bottle of red, nothing is more magical than your own campfire.