Visit the South Downs National Park
Britain's newest national park, the South Downs, offers dramatic chalk cliffs and undulating coastline, and it all begins in Sussex!
Follow the 90 mile long South Downs Way for an invigorating adventure on foot, bicycle or even horse-back.
Seven Sisters Country Park
Adventure on the South Downs
Take to the skies with a paragliding day, or view the unparalelled beauty of the Downs and coast from a scenic flight, there are plenty of breathtaking ways to see the Downs.
Roll down the hills in a giant inflatable orb, or canoe the Cuckmere River for a fun day out.
Explore forests and countryside on horseback or hire some bicycles for an active day out for all the family.
Places to Visit
Meet the animals and enjoy a fun day out with the kids at Spring Barn Farm or sample the cider collection at Middle Farm.
Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve set in the Arun Valley boasts a great variety of habitats and walking trails, listen out for nightingales and even barn owls at dusk.
Castle Hill Nature Reserve is a fine chalk grassland famous for its rare early spider orchids and butterflies, and the mysterious Chanctonbury Ring is an iconic site on the chalk ridge, with folklore suggesting it was built by the devil!
A visit to Drusillas Park is a must, this award winning attraction features a zoo, adventure play, interactive maze and Thomas & Friends train rides.