Sussex campsites with pools
There are miles and miles of long-distance footpaths to amble on all over the county, such as the Sussex Border Path, South Downs Way and of course the 1066 Country Walk: East Sussex and Hastings are also famous as Battle Country, where the hapless Harold lost his rumble (and peeper) to William the Conqueror.
More modernly, East Sussex’s Beachy Head is where thousands of wizards descended for the Quidditch World Cup in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
And on the third, er, hand, there’s the West Sussex section of the South Downs National Park, stately homes, market towns, family attractions and gardens galore – and we haven’t even mentioned Arundel Castle yet… West Sussex is also a wildlife haven, with the Solent’s smallest harbour Pagham Harbour just south of Chichester and designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest; there’s also geese – and deer – spotting at the RSPB reserve Pulborough Brooks or seeing the rarest goose in the world at WWT Arundel.
West Sussex campsites and holiday parks should have you covered whatever your reason for visiting, with a range of accommodation available to filter by themes, amenities, nearby leisure and dozens more.
Have a promenade along the beach here or any of the other scenic spots on the East Sussex coast, then check out East Sussex’s pile of indoor attractions: stately piles, castles, caves and adventure parks among others.
You will never forget the look on your child’s face the first time they catch a pig, milk a cow, or pet a goat.Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.Pet-friendly RV Cottages allow your pets to vacation with you!View Rates ›The Pleasant Acres theme may be old fashioned, but the facilities are top notch- with full hookups and 50 amp electric on every site, and free Wi-Fi throughout the park.