Dog-friendly safari tents near Ramsgate

Ultra-scenic camp spots, outdoor adventures, and spectacular views await around this Kent Coast town.

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6 top dog-friendly safari tents sites near Ramsgate

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Dernwood Farm Wild Camping

17 units · Glamping, Tents70 acres · East Sussex, South East England
Camping and glamping in Sussex meadows and woodlands
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Ham Hideaway

5 units · Glamping1 acre · Kent, South East England
Glamping in the Kent countryside, close to the coast – with an optional butler catering service
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£235
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Star Field Camping

21 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Kent, South East England
Off-grid camping and glamping in the High Weald of Kent with campfires, acres of space and a farm shop on site
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Secluded luxury Glamping

2 units · Glamping2 acres · Kent, South East England
Luxury safari tent glamping on a rural Kent farm within walking distance of the local vineyards yet speedily reached from London
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Wheatfields Luxury Glamping

2 units · Glamping10 acres · Rye, England
At Wheatfields we offer two unique, luxury safari lodges set in a stunning location on the edge of Romney Marsh on a family run farm. Close to the historic town of Rye and the fabulous Camber Sands and only two hours from London. The two spacious, en-suite Safari tents can sleep up to eight people each with an additional Bell tent included with one of the tents. Comfy beds with luxurious bedding & towels for all. Perfect for families and friends who want to spend time together enjoying the big outdoors either just in one of the tents or taking both to enjoy the whole site to themselves. The tents are self-contained with their own bathroom with hot shower, outside kitchens/Bar with BBQ/griddle and pizza oven and private parking, Cosy up to the wood burning stove or nestle around the firepit whilst watching the stars in a light free night sky. These spacious tents are fully equipped and have everything you need for a relaxing and memorable holiday, and you can bring the dog too.
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Barefoot yurts and Safari Tent

2 units · Glamping5 acres · Rye, England
A unique self catering holiday 
 in an area of outstanding beauty Near Rye in East Sussex Escape to the peace and tranquility of the secluded countryside We offer a magical experience where you will connect with nature and fully relax. No neighbours, total privacy and uninterrupted views of the Brede valley. We feel very lucky to live in such a beautiful location where we are surrounded by exceptional natural beauty. Your experience at Barefoot yurts and Barefoot safari tent will be one that you never forget and be a place you want to come back to again and again, as so many of our guests do. We very much look forward to welcoming you. When you book our self catering Yurts or Our Safari tent you will have the whole site to yourselves. Both are in very private separate locations. Barefoot yurts has been a family business since 2009 Barefoot Yurts has 2 yurts booked together. One a bedroom and the other a sitting room that has sofa beds. There is a log cabin kitchen and shower room which is fully fitted and equipped for most cooking needs with electricity. The compost loo is next to the kitchen exclusive to the yurt guests. Barefoot safari tent is for 2 adults only. All under one roof is the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Off Grid.
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Dog-friendly safari tents near Ramsgate guide

Overview

Just a quick hop from London, Ramsgate is surrounded by the Kent coastline and countryside, with all kinds of outdoor fun right on its doorstep. Whether you’re keen to hike along sea-hugging chalk cliffs, cycle across the rolling South Downs, or go rock-climbing, kayaking, paddle-boarding, or wild swimming, you’ll find it here. Campers can pick from eco-conscious farms, beachside plots, and forest, as well as glamping huts, tents, and yurts for all budgets.

Where to go

Kent Downs

With woodland campsites, glamping huts, view-laden caravan parks, and seasonal pop-up camps, the Kent Downs AONB makes a spectacular inland escape from Ramsgate (it’s under an hour away). The tranquil landscape flows from chalk ridges to ancient forests and Dover’s White Cliffs, covering 880 square kilometres. Walk some of the 250-km North Downs Way (once a pilgrimage route), go biking and horse riding, and pop into farm shops for Kentish goodies. 

Along the Kent Coast

Spreading north and south from Ramsgate, the Kent coast is packed with beautifully positioned campsites, glamping spots, and holiday parks overlooking chalk cliffs and the English Channel. Explore bohemian Margate, buzzy Deal, arty Folkestone, wild Botany Bay, or weekend favourite Whitstable, then dive into the coastal walks and water sports.

High Weald AONB

An hour’s drive southwest of Ramsgate you’ll reach the High Weald AONB, a jewel among southern England’s protected natural spaces. Cobbled villages and chalk-dusted cliffs give way to 1,500 square km of undulating heathland, streams, and wildlife-rich forests, making it an idyllic area for camping and outdoor adventure. Kayaking, horse riding, hiking, cycling, and rock-climbing are big draws here, as is the literary heritage of Ashdown Forest. 

South Downs

Sprawling between Winchester and Eastbourne (and about two hours’ drive from Ramsgate), the South Downs National Park rolls over 1,500 square km of classic southeastern countryside. Wonderful hikes run along the well-marked, long-distance South Downs Way, with views disappearing out to sea. You can pitch up everywhere from bell tents on working farms to beachside caravan parks. 

When to go

Spring (March to May) is the best time to hike, camp and explore with trees in bloom and warmer weather, though there are no sunshine guarantees. Summer brings (generally) the warmest weather and beachy fun (with water sports and more), but also high-season crowds, especially on the coast. September and October can be a lovely time for quieter outdoor adventuring as the countryside shows off its autumn colours. Sidestep the crowds by avoiding bank holidays (especially in May and August) and travelling during the week.

Know before you go

  • Ramsgate has excellent rail links with London (one to two hours), as well as buses and trains to/from Margate, Folkestone, Deal and other coastal towns. For the surrounding parks and forests, you’ll need your own wheels. 
  • There are plenty of supermarkets, specialised delis, and shops selling outdoors gear in Ramsgate, as well as cafes, pubs, and restaurants near the parks. 
  • Book all campsite slots and other accommodation well in advance, especially from May to September. 
  • Some protected nature reserves don’t permit camping, but often have reliable campsites nearby.

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