From the countryside to the coast, seaside resorts to historic
towns and picture-perfect villages, Sussex is filled with things to
do, days out and places to see. On the coast, enjoy the enduring
charms of the classic English seaside, hunt out secluded bays and
unspoilt sand dunes, and visit lively ports and marinas.
Get out and about in the countryside, walking on the South
Downs, through bluebell woods and ancient royal forests, or be
inspired by exotic plantings and old-fashioned roses in the
glorious gardens of the Sussex Weald. Look out for birds and other
wildlife in the nature reserves and country parks dotting the
Historic places to visit include the site of the Battle of
Hastings, imposing castles, and Newhaven Fort. Historic houses
include magnificent mansions and arts & crafts showpieces,
Elizabethan manors and Modernist icons, and the homes of famous
writers including Rudyard Kipling and Virginia Woolf.
Caravan sites and parks in West Sussex
Great Days Out
There’s always plenty to do from Club Sites – take a look at these local attractions
and events coming up near this site. Attractions offering a discount for Club Members
are highlighted with a ‘Member Offer’ logo.
Find more attractions and events
The Dome is one of the oldest working cinemas in the country showing the latest films. The stunning Edwardian building has been lovingly restored back to its former glory and is open to the public 7 days a week.
Bream, Carp,Perch, & Roach are all available to fish at this site overlooked by the stunning skyline of Arundel town.
Varied collections including art, costume, toys, archaeology and local history. Exciting programme of temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Small garden hosts changing sculpture exhibitions.
Time Machine in Funtington run by voluntary organisation 'clocktrust onamission.
The project is free to enter, refreshments facilities and parking. Bus stop nearby.
A professional and welcoming club, popular with players, sponsors and spectators. Ideal for players wanting high standards of low goal polo or to learn to play in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.