Boats and Moorings in Kent

Explore the River Stour from the very best vantage point

Our riverside location makes Dog & Duck Leisure Park the perfect spot to enjoy boats and moorings in Kent. Our leisure park is placed where the Little Stour River flows peacefully to join the River Stour, gently drifting eastward towards the sea.

The River Stour is perfect for those who want to cruise through the heart of the countryside. With lush green banks and plenty of wildlife, the river offers the perfect location for those seeking an adventure on the water.

If you plan on making the most of our riverside location, our boat moorings make it much easier for you to get on the water!

Wildlife on the River Stour

Wildlife on the River Stour

The River Stour is home to a range of wildlife, including a friendly family of ducks who frequently make an appearance at our holiday park, swans, moorhens and even the occasional kingfisher. The banks of the Stour River are bursting with green life, making for a lovely sight as you take the gentle stroll along our riverside walk or take in the views from the boats and moorings in Kent.

Captain Colin’s Riverbus

Hop on the Captain Colin’s Riverbus and enjoy a traditional boat trip along the River Stour. Your journey starts right here at Dog & Duck Leisure Park with the boat pulling up at the Dog & Duck pub. From here you can sail with Captain Colin to Sandwich and to the Roman Fort at Richborough or go further afield on a river trip to Fordwich. Perfect for families and couples alike, Colin’s Riverbus offers a trip full of history!

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Moorings

Moorings

Our riverside location offers the perfect opportunity to moor your boat right here on park!

The peace of mind provided with your own mooring makes relaxing days on the river hassle-free. When the time comes to return to dry land you know that your boat is safe and sound.

If you would like to ask for more information about our moorings, please complete the form below.

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