Campsites in Sussex

At any time of year the beautiful county of Sussex - located on the southern coast of England - is the perfect destination. From the popular and spectacular coast with miles of sandy beaches, to the South Downs and The Weald with lush forests and miles of country walks, going camping in Sussex really is the ideal choice whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.

Chichester

Chichester

Situated on a former orchard, this is a campsite site with first-class facilities, close to many attractions including the beaches of the south coast and picturesque villages. For eating out there are great local pubs in the area.

Top site for beaches
Top site for beaches

Crowborough

Crowborough

On the edge of the Ashdown Forest, this campsite offers something for everyone; peace and quiet and glorious views for those looking to ‘get away from it all’, yet with vibrant towns and beaches only a 15 minutes drive.

Graffham

Graffham-Club-Site

This is a wonderfully peaceful campsite, close to the beaches of the West Sussex coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Pitches here are spacious and secluded, perfect for those looking for a quiet getaway in a National Park.

Site within National Park
Site within National Park

Normans Bay

Norman's Bay

With a beautiful beach just a step away from this popular campsite, there is plenty on offer to occupy all the family. The nearby Pevensey Levels are well known for nature conservation and agriculture, and the beauty of the South Downs can be found to the south west.

Top site for watersports
Top site for fishing
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches
Top site for watersports
Top site for fishing
Top site for dogs
Top site for beaches

Slindon

Slindon

At the heart of the South Downs National Park, this campsite is a haven for wildlife and boasts stunning views across the coastal plain of West Sussex. The campsite is part of the 3,500 acres of land owned by the National Trust and offers direct access to a myriad of country walks and woodland trails.

Site within National Park
Site within National Park

More about Sussex

Sussex has a diverse history rich in archaeology, being the key location for many of England’s major invasions including the Roman offensive and the Battle of Hastings. Exciting finds at the Eartham Pit at Boxgrove show that the area has some of the earliest hominid remains in Europe, dating back some 500,000 years. Rich in remains throughout human history, Sussex is also home to Bronze Age barrows and one of Britain’s largest hill forts, Cissbury Ring.

For those looking for plenty of activity, Sussex boasts the South Downs Way National Trail; a cyclist’s and walker’s paradise. With a plethora of adventure parks, nature reserves, beautiful parks and gardens, there is something for all the family to enjoy.

All campsites in Sussex offer plenty of activities and major attractions within easy reach. From magnificent stately homes, vibrant market towns, stunning countryside, beautiful coastline and historic villages, camping in Sussex is the perfect holiday for all the family.