Caravan parks in South East

The bottom right-hand corner of England is its most populous region. Greater London is at its heart, and even excluding the capital there are at least eight and a half million people living in the region.

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Holiday in the popular South East

It boasts perhaps the country's driest, warmest, and kindest climate. No wonder the static caravan parks of the South East are so popular with holidaymakers. Fortunately, there's a wealth of holiday home sites and residential parks in and around the area's finest places.

The South East is bounded by a long, beautiful, and varied coastline, running from Essex, past the Thames estuary, then through Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight. Resorts include Clacton, Southend, Margate, Brighton, Folkestone, and Bournemouth. In between there are vast tracts of open country and quieter places to enjoy the sea such as Camber Sands, Pevensey Bay and Dungeness. Move inland and you're travelling through the hills and heaths of Surrey, then on to Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and Berkshire.

Ready to find your perfect staycation location in England's most popular holiday place? Use our handy search tool to find the most popular caravan parks in the South East.

South East Hotspots

Historic sites include Canterbury Cathedral, Windsor Castle and the dreaming spires of Oxford. There's a wealth of scenic spots inland such as the New Forest, the chalk hills of the Downs, Kew Gardens, Blenheim Palace, the Surrey Hills and the Thames Valley. Choose a holiday park in the South East and you'll never be short of fascinating places to visit.

Certified static caravan distributors in South East England

All our distributors can recommend a shortlist of suitable sites based on your individual preferences. They will be delighted to answer any questions you may have when it comes to purchasing a Willerby holiday home or lodge in the South East.

South East parks