Deck Amusements Arcade
This is not far from the park entrance and we can recommend it as a great place to go for a few hours of fun.

Dymchurch Beach

The seaside a wonderful place for a day out. The sandy beach is three miles long and is home to both kite surfers and donkey rides, among other thing to enjoy. Best of all Dymchurch Amusement Park is situated right on the beach so you can easily spend your time between both places without having to get back in your car.
The Railway
The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway is Kent’s mainline in miniature. First opened to traffic in July 1927 as the ‘World’s Smallest Public Railway’ and now covering a distance of 13.5 miles from the picturesque Port of Hythe, near the channel tunnel, to the fisherman’s cottages and lighthouses at Dungeness.Visit the website of The RHDR
Donkey Rides
Take a peaceful ride along the beach right in front of our park. The kids will love it!
The Martello Towers
The Kent coastline has always played a huge roll in the defensive position of Britain through the centuries. Just one of the many remnants of this heritage are the Martello Towers which were built some 200 years ago when a French invasion was feared. Two of these such towers are viewable in Dymchurch and are only a short walk from our Amusement Park.You can read more about the towers here


The Ocean Inn
Just a two minute walk from the park is a local pub offering a selection of food and drinks for you to enjoy.Visit their site

Beach 48
Just a two minute walk from the park and newly renovated, a café offering great fish and chips among other thingsVist their site

There are a number of caravan sites located near Dymchurch Amusements. A selection are listed below:

E & J Pipers Caravan Site (1 mile from the park)

New Beach Holiday Park (2 miles from the park)

Marlie Farm Holiday Park (2 miles from the park)

Romney Sands Holiday Park (6 miles from the park)