Holiday Parks in Sussex

Holiday Homes- Caravans, Camping & Touring Parks in Sussex

Sussex is a county steeped in history being home to the famous Battle of Hastings in 1066. When you book a holiday break in Sussex, you will discover towering coastal cliffs, long stretches of golden sandy beaches and scenic countryside in the South Downs National Park. 

Starting from Shoreham-on-Sea on the Hampshire border and following the coast up to Rye on the Kent border, you will find over 50 family friendly seaside holiday parks to choose from. With the resorts of Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings all close by, you are never far from lively evening entertainment especially during the peak summer months.

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Away from the coast, Sussex offers some fantastic holiday park country retreats especially around the South Downs. Some popular areas to stay include Arundel, Amberley and Petersfield.

With medieval country villages, bustling market towns, glorious beaches such as Camber Sands and plenty of local attractions, staying in a holiday home in Sussex takes some beating and gives you the freedom and flexibility to do what you want, when you want.

Away from the coast, Sussex offers some fantastic holiday park country retreats especially around the South Downs. Some popular areas to stay include Arundel, Amberley and Petersfield.

With medieval country villages, bustling market towns, glorious beaches such as Camber Sands and plenty of local attractions, staying in a holiday home in Sussex takes some beating and gives you the freedom and flexibility to do what you want, when you want.

Arundel Castle

Venture a little inland to the pretty village of Arundel and you’ll find Arundel Castle - a masterclass in medival architecture. This towering stately home has been the seat of the Dukes of Norfolk and their ancestors since 1067 and is now the family home of the 

The castle and gardens are open daily between 1st April and 1st November. Inside, you can see fascinating furniture, tapestries and rare cpaintings by renowned artists including Van Dyck, Gainsborough and Canaletto. The gardens are not to be missed and are the perfect place

Goodwood Festival of Speed

Goodwood is famous for its flagship events of the Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival both being held in October each year. The events attract over 100,000 thousand visitors attracting visitors from all over the world.

If you are looking for a day out from your holiday park when the racing is not on, Goodwood is still a great place to visit....

  • Waterbeach spa & wellness
  • Golf course
  • Tour the race course
  • Lunch or dinner at the Goodwood hotel
South Downs National Park

The South Downs National Park is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts with rolling pastures, wide open spaces, ancient woodlands, river valleys and dramatic coastlines. With over 3,300km of footpaths and trails, the South Downs National Park offers a landscape as diverse as it is breath-taking. This is a place for people of all ages with all areas easily accessible.

The South Downs are a treasure trove of picturesque villages and tiny hamlets that are lost in time. Favourites include....

  • Midhurst
  • Lewes with its Norman Castle
  • Alfriston in the Cuckmere Valley close to the coast
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