Why Visit
The Foxhunter Park?

We are a five star holiday caravan park situated in the village of Monkton, Near Ramsgate on the beautiful Kent coast. We are only a short drive from the coast, which boasts miles of golden sandy beaches.

Who Are The Foxhunter Park?

As soon as you are through the park entrance, you will appreciate the attention which has been afforded to a family owned and run park for over 30 years. The park has been beautifully developed with some quite outstanding features with European influences.

Find out a little about the driving force behind
The Foxhunter Park.

Company Ethos

“We always aim to make our guests feel welcome, starting with a simple smile to ensuring your stay is just perfect”

The Foxhunter Park was bought by Colin Saunders in 1979 and has seen many years of development, love, care and attention.

Introducing many European influences and through continuous innovation and revolutionary ideas, the Foxhunter has become a unique holiday park, winning many awards, and leading the way for others to follow.

We are extremely proud of The Foxhunter Park and are very excited about the future.

The History of The Foxhunter Park

“It is our bolt hole”

“Both myself and my husband love spending time at the Foxhunters for many reasons but chiefly a place where you feel that serenity and peacefulness and it is our bolt hole if you like where you can totally relax away from it all.”

“Simply the best”

“The Foxhunter is Simply The Best ! That’s why my family and I keep coming back.”

“A jewel in the South East”

“A jewel in the South East – a warm welcome awaits both holidaymakers and owners alike”.


“The Clarkes”


20 years ago tomorrow we first ventured on to the Foxhunter to look for a second hand caravan not dreaming for one minute we could afford a new one. We came away that day with a new atlas prelude at extremely good price….20 years on our third purchase is making its debut and we could not be happier a big thank you to Foxhunter crew for helping to make our dreams come true here’s to the next 20 years?