There are plenty of hidden gems to discover during a break to one of our West Sussex holiday parks. Whether you are staying in a caravan, motorhome or camping in West Sussex, the county has lots of pretty villages and historic towns to visit. Closer to the sea there are miles of stunning coastline and beaches to explore.
The old Roman town of Chichester has loads of attractions and things to do – Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the UK's flagship theatres with an international reputation for producing work of the highest quality.
Uppark House and Gardens is a tranquil and intimate 18th-century house. Perched on its vantage point high on the South Downs ridge, Uppark commands views as far south as the English Channel. Outside, the intimate gardens are being gradually restored to their original 18th-century design, with plenty of space in the adjacent meadow to play and relax with a picnic. The nearby woodland is great for exploring and den-building.
For those seeking a faster pace of life there is the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed - a hill climb featuring historic motor racing vehicles held in the grounds of Goodwood House every June. If you miss that one though in September the Goodwood Revival takes place.
Bognor Regis famous as a traditional seaside town - the beach front is packed with amusements and family entertainments to keep everyone occupied for a day out here.
Celebrities that you may spot when out and about in West Sussex include Nicholas Lyndhurst who was Rodney from only fools and horses, The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards has had a home in West Wittering since the 1960s, plus grumpy comedian Jack Dee lives in Chichester.
The South Down National Park occupies a large area of the county which enables vistors to get out and explore the many trails by foot, bike or horse back. Alternatively you can simply enjoy touring the largely unspoilt, rural landscape and picture-postcard pretty villages near our holiday parks in West Sussex.