Due to the Park Farm Campsite being located on the border of East Sussex and Kent it offers a safe and tranquil base from which to explore the wider South East England region down to the coast.
Our locality boasts a direct footpath to Bodiam Castle, Castle Inn pub, and the Kent & East Sussex steam train. Other quiet lanes offer enjoyable routes for walking or cycling for those wishing to travel further afield.
The amazing southern coastline is only between 13 and 20 miles away depending on where you go first with Hastings topping the list, and the shortest distance. Close by Hastings you can visit the site of the famous 1066 battle where William the Conqueror defeated King Harold II, changing England forever. Visit a different beach each day to experience all the area has to offer… the southern coast has it all.
Only a 20 minute riverside walk from Park Farm Campsite is the famous 14th Century Bodiam Castle; which is the National Trusts’ most popular fairytale moated castle.
There are many places to fish in East Sussex and Kent, but the nearest lake to Park Farm Campsite is Hawkhurst Fish Farm, where day tickets are available. Fishing and water sports fans can also head to Bewl Water. Here sailing, canoeing, and wind-surfing are on offer, there are cycle routes and walks around the reservoir plus refreshments and a great play area.
The famous gardens at Great Dixter are a short drive away and Pashley Manor Gardens at Ticehurst is also open to the public. Battle Abbey managed by English Heritage incorporates the site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and the ruins of the Benedictine abbey founded by William the Conqueror soon after.
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