Seven Sisters Country Park, Seaford

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Explore the chalk cliffs, reminiscent of the Cliffs of Dover, at Seven Sisters Country Park. This protected park provides 280 hectares (690 acres) for outdoor activities. Go for a walk or bike ride along the paths, look for birds wading on the beach, or spot the grazing animals along the meadows. See the commanding views of the coast at the apex of the Sisters themselves. Take the easy trail to the beach and try your hand at fishing. To get a view of the seven sisters from a distance, go to Seaford Head. Put Seven Sisters Country Park and other Seaford attractions into our Seaford day trip website, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I have seen pictures like the one shown above and although the pictures are beautiful I had never made the effort to go there as it is a 2 hour drive. I am sure there are many ways to get there. We...  more »
  • This is a great walk from Seaford Beach towards the Seven Sisters exposed chalk cliffs. You can park for free by the beach at Seaford and then take a stroll up the hill between the golf course and...  more »
  • This park is a nice plce to park and hike the trails to get a good view and take pictures. It was raining when I was there but it was still walkable. A great spot.  more »
  • Very pleasant and very beautiful. August summer holidays may be the best time to visit. Reasonable walking distance from parking area to beach hence kids will like it. The area where river joins the sea/channel is something I found very interesting, as not often you get a chance to see that. Reasonable parking charges as well. Please be advised to complete your nature’s call in toilet near parking area itself... he he !!
  • On a sunny day this place is hard to beat. It has walks for all abilities and even wheelchairs can go easily up to the beach (the beach is pebbles so difficult thereafter). On a weekday is best as no crowds. It also has a nice cafe and passable pub (busy times in the pub and service and food suffer). Plenty of parking at around £4 for all day.
  • Visited here with my husband and experienced kayaking for the first time. We had a beginners course which was brilliant. The instructor named Hugo was very helpful and really made sure we were all safe and willing to carry on through what he described as quite windy conditions. We are planning to go back with our new found passion for kayaking and hire from there again.
  • Beautiful lagoon surrounded by feeding cattle on a backdrop of large swathes of Park land. Great location for someone interested in photography. There are trails leading not only to the beech but also the hillside and Park land. There is a visitors centre across the road. They have toilets and a shop selling local crafts there. The parking area closes at 2100 hours. Parking fee applicable. No entry fee otherwise. Highly recommended.
  • The Seven Sisters Country Park in Sussex is a fantastic place. There is a bit of a wall to arrive at the cliffs, but once you make it, you are rewarded with a fantastic view. The cliffs are absolutely massive and are great for ppictures. The weather was a bit cloudy but cleared up to enhance the view. I had the luck to have a World War Two Spitfire fly over my head. Definitely check this place out.

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