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New Romney Caravan Park Activities and Places to Visit

Things to do nearby New Romney Caravan Park
Whether you're a fun seeking family, a chilled out couple, or anything in-between, there is bags to do nearby, come rain or shine.
Choose from a slow paced day seeing countryside, castles and museums or get lively with some outdoor activities or sports.
Things To Do..
  • Beaches (4)
  • Family Activities (13)
  • Fishing (6)
  • History (7)
  • Pubs (6)
  • Restaurants (9)
  • Site Seeing (13)
  • Sports (7)
  • Walks (9)
  • Watersports (6)
  • Romney Marsh Countryside Project

    The Romney Marsh Countryside Project was set up in June 1996, a sister project to the White Cliffs Countryside Project. The project aims to care for the special landscape and wildlife of the Romney Marsh and Dungeness. It aims to encourage …
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    Local Sea Fishing – Dover

    Dover is one of the foremost venues on the south coast of Britain for Angling, with a wide variety of fish being landed such as Cod, Plaice, Huss (dog-fish), Pouting, Mackerel and Bass to name a few! Angling venues cover the …
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    Greatstone Beach

    The sandy beach at Greatstone is quite flat and stretches from north to south for over two miles, and is frequently ‘washed’ by the tide of the English Channel. More than anything else, the beach has been the main reason …
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    Sea Front Cycle Path

    If you want to enjoy the sun why not pedal along the seafront from Littlestone to either Dymchurch, Hythe or Folkestone. Pop into the office for directions

    New Romney Nature Reserve

    You can enjoy displays about the history and wildlife of the Marsh in the Visitor Centre, and then discover the landscape of the Marsh on three walking trails around the Romney Warren Country Park, which surrounds the centre. http://www.theromneymarsh.net/visitors/centre.htm

    St Mary In The Marsh

    The Church of St Mary the Virgin lies in the heart of St Mary in the Marsh, next to the local public house, The Star, and a few houses. Edith Nesbit’s grave in St Mary in the Marsh’s churchyard bears …
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    Historic Rye & Village Of Rye Harbour

    Situated on the edge of Romney Marsh just a few miles from the sea, Rye is the perfect place from which to explore diverse natural landscapes on foot, by bicycle or boat.  Almost unchanged for hundreds of years you can …
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    Dungeness & Dungeness Light House

    Dungeness is a large shingle headland sheltering the Romney Marsh from the sea. Dominated by a modern nuclear power station, there are also two lighthouses and a quirky village of mainly wooden houses in the area. The artist and film …
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    Dover Castle

    For a great family day out in Kent, visit Dover Castle! Immerse yourself in the dramatic new visitor experience, Operation Dynamo: Rescue from Dunkirk, open now to visitors. Spectacularly situated above the White Cliffs of Dover. Explore the darkly atmospheric Secret …
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    RSPB Nature Reserve

    If you haven’t been to Dungeness, nothing can quite prepare you for the landscape – mile after mile of shingle, which is wild and a little weird! On a cold winter’s day, it is a delight to sit snug in …
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