Whether you’re a hardcore camper who loves sleeping under canvas or a caravanning nomad who likes a little luxury on holiday, Sussex has Campsites, Caravan Parks, Youth Hostels and Holiday Villages in some of the most beautiful settings in the south.
Some sites in East & West Sussex are just for tents (bring your own – tents are not usually available to hire), others combine pitches for tents and caravans, and some have static caravans and holiday homes to let.
There are rural, riverside campsites in Sussex, touring parks next to 16th century pubs, woodland sites with coarse fishing, family-run sites on working dairy farms, parks by the South Downs Way and sites right on the beach.
Campers can choose small, secluded sites, with all mod cons of course, or larger sites complete with kitchens, eating areas and recreation rooms – even TVs if you can’t bear to miss the match or your favourite show.
Not keen on camping? You can still enjoy the great outdoors in rustic luxury in a pine lodge or self-catering log cabin in a peaceful holiday park – some have four-poster beds and Jacuzzis on the veranda.
Alternativley, download a copy of our guide to quality assessed caravan and camping sites across Sussex.