Top 3 Holiday Parks Near Brighton
Brighton is a wonderfully elegant and traditional popular seaside resort town on the South Coast of East Sussex offering a more chilled vibe and relatively easy escape for those living and working in London. Words such as bright, colourful, diverse, alternative, unique and inclusive seem to sum up this town well.
A good place to start to get your bearings would be a trip to the The Brighton eye, a relatively new tourist attraction which offers people a unique and elevated 360 degree view of Brighton and surrounding coastal and countryside views including The Isle of Wight. Visit the stunning and exotic Royal Pavilion and Regency Garden, or the unique Brighton Sea life centre fascinating not only due to the marine wildlife featuring star fish, turtles and sharks, but also due to the Victorian architecture of the building itself built in 1872.
For those who enjoy nothing more than a day spent shopping, then you’re in for a treat. From the independent retailers in and around The Lanes Brighton, to the shops at the West Pier you’ll be inspired by the fantastic and eclectic mix and choice of styles. For sure, you can and should visit local independent galleries and museums whilst you’re in Brighton, but art really is all around you, with the street art scene being very popular here. The Palace Pier has lots to offer every member of the family including fish and chip restaurants, a trio of bars and restaurants, amusement arcades and soft play areas complete with a café area perfect for the adults to relax whilst the kids have the time of their lives.
Fish and chips by the seaside really is a must for most people, however Brighton really does have a fantastic range of venues and a diverse range of foods to eat including a great range of vegetarian options. Including bakeries, coffee shops, tea shops, curry houses from around the world and traditional pubs offering freshly caught and prepared foods to tempt any foodie! Of course we couldn’t recommend Brighton as a must visit destination which has seen people return year after year with some even choosing to make it their home, without discussing the beach. Which is a pebble beach and is popular with swimmers, paddle boarders, naturists and people who love to sit in a coloured deckchair whilst reading a good book.
There are some great holiday parks near Brighton, perfect if you want a caravan or camping holiday with Brighton as your base and here are our top 3 holiay and caravan parks in Brighton.
St Leonards-on-Sea, Hastings
Combe Haven Holiday Park Is a great place to stay if you want to explore the south coast of Sussex. Being close to Hastings and Eastbourne, both very popular seaside towns in their own right, it only an hour’s drive away from the chilled yet vibrant popular coastal resort town of Brighton famed for its pebble beach and pier.
Being a favourite family Haven Holiday Park you are guaranteed to have lots of fun with things to do for the whole family during your stay. Slide all the way into the action on the Space Bowl water flume before splashing into and spending hours of fun in the indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools. There’s an outdoor play area for when the weather is fine and also an indoor play area featuring some of the usual activities such as junior Segway’s, archery and roller disco’s. Staying dry and back outdoors, there’s a climbing wall, den building and footgolf.
When it’s time for refreshments they have the popular Mash and Barrel restaurant serving food and drinks throughout the day. They also have a mini market if you prefer to cook for yourselves. Of course if it’s a quick take out meal there are plenty of options including Papa Johns Pizza, Burger King and Cook’s Fish and Chips takeaways. With Bertie’s Ice-cream to compliment any food you decide to eat.
There’s entertainment provided throughout each day and for all ages with The Saxon Bar serving refreshing drinks and offering fantastic views whilst you sit back and unwind. Choose from a range of caravan holiday homes and lodges featuring furnished wrap around decking and allocated parking as options, with dog friendly accommodation and adapted caravans also being available.
Why is Combe Haven a Top Holiday Park near Brighton?
- Indoor and oudoor swimming pools complete with flume
- A wide variety of venues to eat and drink in on site including the popular Mash and Barrel
- A choice of caravan and lodges to suit all budgets and requirements
- Pet friendly holiday park so no need to leave your pooch behind
Combe Haven Holiday Park
Harley Shute Road
Combe Haven Holiday Park
Pevensey Bay, Sussex
Pevensey Bay Holiday Park has a lovely beach front location with the beach being a mix of shingle and sand backed by the Pevensey Levels, an area of marsh land populated by an abundance of wild flowers, birds and other animals. Whilst you can also enjoy views and being near to the wonderful expansive South Downs National Park, perfect for those who love nature and keeping active outdoors.
There’s lots to do at Pevensey Bay Holiday Park with facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool, adventure playground and a paddling pool for the younger children. There’s a nine hole golf course, gym and amusement arcade and daily entertainment for both the children and the whole family including games of bingo, live music and cabaret acts. With a bar and restaurant, you can enjoy great meals and drinks with family and friends. There is a choice of luxury lodges to choose from including pet friendly accommodation, with the option to consider this holiday park for holiday home ownership.
Why is Pevensey Bay a Top Caravan Park near Brighton?
- Indoor swimming pool and gym
- Nine hole golf course for relaxing days spent in the great outdoors
- Holiday home ownership available on this pet friendly holiday park
- Beachfront location at Pevensey with a short one hour drive to Brighton
Pevensey Bay Holiday Park
Pevensey Bay Holiday Park
Bognor Regis, West Sussex
Church Farm Holiday Village is actually closer to Bogner Regis than it is to Brighton. But is worth a mention as this south coast holiday park offers a relaxing break with perfect nature walks in the surrounding countryside and nearby nature reserve lagoon, busy with birds and wildlife and stunning beaches not too far away.
Onsite, there is a choice of caravan holiday homes and lodges with varying facilities such as decking areas, allocated parking, pet friendly units, sea and picturesque lakeside views. There are adapted caravans available and signature lakeside lodges offering a peaceful location with idyllic views. Being a Haven Holiday Park, there is a lot on offer to keep everyone active and smiling throughout their stay. This includes entertainment for all ages with the Seaside Squad for the younger visitors and daily entertainment for all ages at the live lounge.
There’s a host of activities including bug hunts, den building and a zip wire, two swimming pools indoor and out including a flume ride. There is a an outdoor play area and an indoor soft play area for the younger children and an amusement arcade for the whole family. Choose to eat at Cook’s fish and chip restaurant or head over to Haven’s Mash and Barrel restaurant for great meals, tasty snacks and refreshing drinks throughout the day. If you prefer to cook for yourself there is a mini market which sells the everyday essentials. Pagham beach is just a short walk away, with Bognor Regis known for its award winning beaches and bustling promenade just 4 miles away. If a day trip or two to Brighton is on the itinerary ,then it’s just over an hour away via Chichester and on the A27.
Why is Church Farm Holiday Village a Top 3 Park?
- All weather spots pitch suitable for a range of activities
- Sea and lakeside views from your choice of holiday home
- Day trips to nearby Brighton and closer to Bognor Regis
- Two swimming pools indoor and out including a flume ride
Church Farm Holiday Village
Tel: 01243 262635
Church Farm Holiday Village