Camping & Glamping
Whether it’s the sound of birdsong or rolling waves you’re hoping to wake up to on your camping trip, the perfect pitch is waiting for you in our sunny patch of West Sussex. From the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park to the wild, unspoilt coastline with great beaches within easy reach, you’ll find the ideal place to pitch your tent or position your caravan, or find a little more luxury with a host of glamping options.
Camping in the South Downs
Among the natural beauty of the South Downs National Park you’ll find fabulous campsites where you’ll be able to switch off and enjoy the great outdoors. You’ll be surrounded by some of the country’s most spectacular countryside, from where you can enjoy walking or cycling, exploring local pubs and once the sun sets (don’t miss those sensational Sussex sunsets), you’ll be able to appreciate awe-inspiring Dark Skies (the National Park is a designated Dark Skies reserve).
East and West Wittering Beaches within easy reach
Pitch your tent or bring your caravan or motorhome to one of the friendly campsites in East and West Wittering, from which you’ll be just a short distance from the beautiful beaches – perfect for families looking for days on the beach and those keen to get into the water for swimming, surfing, kayaking, SUP-ing and more. Many campsites are family run and offer excellent facilities to help you enjoy your stay.
Camping to lower your carbon footprint
Choosing to camp can help to reduce your carbon footprint while you visit our beautiful corner of Sussex. As we all become more aware of our impact on the planet, you may choose a campsite which supports these practices. Stubcroft Farm Campsite which sits just outside the village of East Wittering, and from which you can easily access the beaches at East and West Wittering and Bracklesham Bay, has won multiple aware for their eco-friendly initiatives.
On-site entertainment in Selsey
Seal Bay Resort in Selsey (formerly Bunn Leisure) offers extensive accommodation options from static caravans to beach pods or luxury lodges. Families love it here for the direct access to Selsey’s Beaches, however the site boasts swimming pools, daily shows, and almost endless activities which cater for every member of the family, as well as a variety of places to eat. Medmerry Park, just a stone’s throw from RSPB Medmerry offers peace and tranquility and the chance to explore the area’s wildlife along with all the facilities you need to help you get the most from your break.