Caravan sites and parks in West Sussex

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 county.

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.

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  • Pulborough, West Sussex
    From plants to gifts and pets to food, we aim to give you ideas and thoughts on how to create and enjoy your home inside and outside. We are a local business, with local staff and local customers.
  • Littlehampton, West Sussex
    A great place to walk, exercise and observe nature through the seasons.
  • Arundel, West Sussex
    Jewels’ Stables is based near Arundel, West Sussex.
  • Lancing, West Sussex
    Dominating the lower Adur Valley, Lancing College Chapel was built in 13thC Gothic style from 1868 and dedicated in 1911. The 32ft rose window is one of the largest in England.
  • Arundel, West Sussex
    Spend a day fly fishing at Chalk Springs Fishery set in an attractive woodland valley a few minutes walk from the historic town of Arundel.