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Brooklands Pleasure Park, Worthing
(1.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
This site is located off the seafront on the eastern border or Worthing with the neighbouring town of Lancing.

It was once a Council waste tip until reclaimed in the late 1950s. It is now a large (45 acres) open space offering a range of sports and leisure facilities around an eight acre boating lake.

Brooklands also has a café, miniature railway, children's playground, accessible play equipment, boating lake, tractor rides, nine hole Par 3 golf course, pitch-n-putt, putting green, go-kart track, pony rides and paddling pool (open during the summer) which are available all year round and are very welcoming for children of all ages and abilities; together with some landscaped areas that provide year round interest for all ages. Activities for Halloween and Christmas are also organised.

All in all Brooklands offers a fantastic day out for the whole family!
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  • Having lived 5 minutes walk from here for the past 6 years, today was the first day I have ever visited! If you have dogs, it is a great place to walk them, or if you want to just sit and watch the wo...  more »
  • Went there for Halloween with a 4 year old on Saturday early evening. Ghost train was fun but the rest was a bit tired and dated. Needs some investment, but can they afford to as not a lot of customer...  more »
  • We visited with our 2 year old grandson on a sunny mid week morning in October and were surprised to find it nearly empty. You have to pay for car parking but the excellent playground was free and is ...  more »