There's a huge amount to do and see here - from joining a stretch of the 100 mile South Downs Way long dog walk to admiring the views or just sitting. The car park and cafe/WCs are on different sides of the road.
Car park charge P&D. Visitor centre, WC +disabled, refreshments. Seasonal opening for cafe and visitor centre. Close to the Cuckmere Inn at Exceat Bridge.
There are two signed walking trails at the Park:
The Park Trail is marked with purple arrowed numbered posts and is 5km (3miles) long. You can shorten the walk at any time by dropping to the valley floor and returning along the concrete track to the Park entrance.
The Habitat Trail is marked by green arrowed posts and is a 7km (5 miles) circular trail around the perimeter of the Park.
Both trails begin at the gate opposite the Visitor Centre. After wet weather the path can get muddy and you are advised to wear stout footwear. Please be aware that mobile phones may not work in the area.
To get a map showing these routes please go to the Visitor Centre.
The concrete track offers safe and easy access down to the beach - why not try a circular walk returning over the hills or along the riverbank? The Country Park offers walkers of all levels and abilities the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful coastal downland scenery and landscape.
LaineyTiffersGreen 36 Points
This is one of our favourite walks! Flat & gentle ~ you can go as far as you like. Beach is pebble with quite a steep bank. Parking is Forestry Commision & 2012 is Â£3:50 for >2hrs. Seems very popular with foreign students & groups, and can get very busy during school holidays. We love the meandering river bank & plenty of Marsh Samphire to pick!
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