Romney Sands offers easy access to one of the finest sandy beaches on the Kent coast making it the perfect place for a family holiday by the sea. The area has much to offer including the miniature railway which has a station just for the park. The park has an excellent rage of facilities including twin indoor heated swimming pools. A range of entertainment is on offer from the entertainments team ensuring that your children are amused and entertained during high season with games and tournaments.
In the evening the Tavern bar is the place to be with cabaret shows, live music and discos. The park has a water resorts programme and sports resorts programme so you can be as active as you wish. There is also a fishing lake and an adventure play ground.
There are four types of caravan to choose from so there is something for all budgets. The Romney Bronze is good vale and has either two or three bedrooms. The Romney Gold is top of the range and 12ft wide offering spacious accommodation with one double and two twin bedrooms. All of the caravans have TV, microwave and additional sleeping room for two in the lounge area. Travel cots are available to hire.
- Family Club with entertainment
- Children's clubs for 511s and 1216+
- Tavern Bar
- Adventure playground
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Fun Days Out in Kent
If you have young children and are wondering what to do on a rainy day then Imagine Playcentre - Kent's biggest indoor children's adventure play centre is THE place to head! The huge indoor site is ideal for children under 12 and offers a huge 3 level play structure, a triple storey wave slide, bouncy trampolines, a large padded sports area for football and other games as well as a dedicated Babies and toddlers soft play areas. While the kids are running wild adults can relax in the comfy seating area and enjoy a tasty meal or snack.
A visit to Wildwood is an excellent way to teach the kids about nature while enjoying a fun day out. The centre for wildlife offers a good range of animal themed family friendly activities with most going on at weekends and during school holidays. Animal talks and feeds are popular and other activities may include learning to speak wolf, or meeting a beautiful Owl. Crafting activities are also on offer and give children the chance to make a souvenir to take home.
Brockhill Country Park once formed part of a large estate dating right back to Norman times. Today the old manor house is part of Brockhill School but the grounds are still open to the public and are a popular place to enjoy a picnic on a summer day. The park is abundant with wildlife including butterflies and birds.