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Sussex holidays and caravan parks

The Victorians were particularly fond of Sussex – Brighton and Hastings were their favourite resorts. But today, Camber Sands and Bognor are probably the names that we'd think of first for seaside holidays in Sussex. And why wouldn't you seek out the seaside here? Sussex holidays really do get more sunshine – and less rainfall – than most parts of the UK. Bognor's officially the sunniest place in England (with nearly 2,000 hours of sun each year, in case you're wondering).

Parks in the region

Our parks in Sussex

Our Church Farm park is close to West Wittering, one of the top tourist beaches in Britain. Miles of golden sand, in a county that's famed for pebbly shorelines, line the clean clear water, both surrounded by oodles of family-friendly fun. Our Combe Haven park is just up the road from historic Hastings – and the appropriately named town of Battle's only a little further afield.

On one hand you can enjoy beautiful landscaping, a tranquil setting by a nature reserve and the relaxing atmosphere Church Farm offers. On the other you can splash around in the indoor or outdoor pool, enjoy a golf break and a wide range of activities available on the park. Added to which, there's plenty of opportunity to explore the area.

  • Take the boardwalk down to the beach to enjoy the fresh sea air
  • Get close to nature in our reserve – a Site of Special Scientific Interest
Find out more about Church Farm

With a Live Lounge family entertainment venue and Mash and Barrel bar and restaurant sun terrace overlooking the outdoor pool, this is a park with much to offer. From the exciting indoor-outdoor flume and the wide range of activities and entertainment to its location on the sunny south coast, Combe Haven provides the very best in family holidays.

  • Refurbished ShowBar and Saxon family venue
  • Our indoor AirSpace runs activities whatever the weather
  • Newly refurbished Rory's adventure park
Find out more about Combe Haven

Sussex fireworks

Hastings Bonfire

Experience an incredible bonfire and fireworks nights, with samba, drum squads and bands thrown in too.

Date: 19 October 2019

Time: 7:15pm - 11:15pm

Location: Hastings Beach A259 Hastings St Leonards Saint Leonards-on-sea TN37 6DR

Distance to park: 1.9 miles from Combe Haven

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Robin Hood Bonfire

This family friendly night packs in a bonfire with a spectacular fireworks display.

Date: 3 November 2019

Time 6:30pm

Location: Robin Hood Icklesham Main Rd TN364 Icklesham

Distance to park: 8.8 miles from Combe Haven.

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Your own Sussex holiday home

Static caravans for sale

You'll want to stay close to the outdoors at all times in this corner of England, and we've got the perfect place(s). Both of our Sussex holiday parks are peaceful, friendly, and not far from famous landmarks and beautiful beaches. Church Farm and Combe Haven both have static caravans for sale in Sussex. You'll get all your favourite Haven facilities, activities and entertainment when you want it, as well as exclusive Owners' Lounges and very special stuff.

Learn more about ownership

Explore Sussex

Places to visit

A child watching the penguins through the glass at Drusillas Park

Drusillas Zoo Park

View of Arundel Castle in the distance

Arundel Castle

Beachy head and a view of the sea

Beachy Head

Halnaker Windmill on Halnaker Hill

Halnaker Windmill

Brighton Pier at night

Brighton Pier

Beach huts on the sand beach at West Wittering

West Wittering Beach

View of Bodiam Castle is a 14th-century moated castle

Bodiam Castle

Sand dunes at Camber Sands

Camber Sands

Spinnaker Tower at Portsmouth Harbour

Portsmouth Harbour

Stunning scenery, stylish seaside

Explore the area

Arundel Castle, Sussex

Miles of golden sand, in a county that's famed for pebbly shorelines, line the clean clear water, both surrounded by oodles of family-friendly fun. But Sussex isn't all beach resorts; there's also beautiful rolling countryside, in the form of the South Downs and the Sussex Weald. The South Downs form over 1,600 square kilometres of natural beauty. There's also plenty of castle action, with Bodiam Castle, in particular, being the real deal. Studying its portcullis, spiral staircase and battlements you'll be transported to a medieval world. In a final contrast, fashionistas can get their fill of fashion in Brighton and Camber Sands. These funky towns are full of quirky boutiques, rock and roll history, and pop-up shops and restaurants.

Places to visit in Sussex