05.05.2017 - Holiday Parks
What’s on in May? Spring is well under way now and May is packed with interesting and fun events for all the family. Flowers, trails, cars and animals – there is something for everyone.
Friends of Quex Family Fun Day – For a great day out in Kent for all the family, visit Quex Park on 21st May, for live music, dancing, arts and crafts and delicious food and treats!
Great Tower at Night – Visit Dover Castle after dark, exploring inside the castle and even seeing the views from the rooftop of the castle. Coloured lights illuminate the outside, creating a unique and striking experience. Great Tower at Night will be taking place on the 20th May, for further details please visit here.
Animal Parks – Zoos and animal parks offer a great day out for everyone. Whether it’s rain or shine, you can’t beat visiting rare breeds, playful primates and all creatures great and small. We are lucky enough to have three great parks in Kent; Port Lympne Reserve, Howletts and Wingham Wildlife Park. Each parks offers experiences, keeper days and special animal encounters; visit their websites for more information.
Motors by The Moat – If you have a passion for cars, this event is definitely one for you. Situated on the beautiful lawns of the magnificent Leeds Castle, with vintage, classic, high performance and novelty motors on display. In addition, there will be plenty of other entertainment for the whole family making it a great day out for all. Taking place on 6th – 7th May at Leeds Castle. Visit the website for further information.
Rainbow Run for Heart of Kent Hospice – If you’re feeling active and don’t mind getting messy, why not take part in the Rainbow Run for Heart of Kent Hospice taking place on 14th May in Mote Park, Kent’s most colourful event of the year! For more information and details on where to register, click here.
Viking Coastal Trail – If cycling is your thing, why not give the Viking Coastal Trail a go? The 32 mile trail follows around the Isle of Thanet, with spectacular seascape views of Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate, plus a huge selection of beaches to stop off for a picnic. The route offers family friendly cycling, as well as an array of popular attractions to stop by. For more details, please visit here.