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Explore the top parks and playgrounds in East Sussex - plus 20 recommended adventure days out in the area. Get started on your next family adventure here. The Seven Sisters Country. Come and discover the best Country Parks and Nature Reserves in East Sussex. From Hastings Country Park and Rye Nature Reserve to Seven Sisters and the.
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The whole area is renowned as an area of archaeological importance and hugely important for wildlife conservation. An outstanding area for birdwatching with many species breeding throughout the various habitats, the cliffs are home to peregrines, black redstarts and fulmars with the gorse-covered hillsides homing Dartford warblers, stonechats and yellowhammers.
The area is also a popular habitat for dormice, stoats and weasels, and if you are lucky you may spot a bottlenose dolphin or harbour porpoise offshore from cliff-top watchpoints!
As you walk around the area, keep an eye out for the wild Exmoor ponies and herd of Belted Galloway cattle introduced to the area to sustainably manage the glens and slopes. It has been recognised as a Site of Special Scientific Interest as well as a Special Protection Area for birds, a Special Area of Conservation and a Ramsar site, the latter taking into account its importance as a wetland on an international scale.
Explore this spectacular reserve by bike or foot and bring the dog too! Enjoy the 4, species of wildlife along the many miles of path, of which are considered rare and endangered in Britain - the invertebrate list alone is huge with 3, species recorded from the site.
Spend a weekend between the five birdwatching hides and see how many of our feathered friends you can spot, discovering their varied coastal habitats including shingle, saltmarsh, saline lagoons, coastal grazing marsh, freshwater gravel pits and reedbeds as you go. An excellent network of footpaths across the reserve can be accessed from points in the nearby town of Rye, as well as Winchelsea Beach and Rye Harbour.
With over 1, acres of flat and low-lying ground, the site is also of considerable historic interest with military fortifications from the 16 th , 19 th and 20 th centuries. Situated in the glorious South Downs National Park, the Seven Sisters Country Park near Eastbourne is composed of hectares of open chalk grassland, meandering river valley and chalky cliffs.
Seven Sisters is near to the start of the eastern South Downs , which stretch above Brighton and Lewes and across into West Sussex, finishing at Winchester in Hampshire. This peaceful riverfront beach and grasslands not only offers scenic views of the surrounding cliffs but is also pet-friendly.
While the Seven Sisters park is a great dog-walking area, extreme care must be taken at cliff edges. The South Downs National Park boasts 1, square kilometres of green rolling hills and farmland as well as ancient woodland and lowland heaths. It offers some fantastic walking and cycling, with carpets of patchwork fields wrapped around winding country lanes, not forgetting a country pub or two!
Paddleboarding and canoeing are on offer for water babies, with long meandering rivers leading out to sea. Nature lovers will be thrilled with both common and rare sightings on offer in the park and the more adventurous can do some geocaching to find their way around. There is horse riding across many parts of the South Downs with over miles of path, much of which is a bridleway - you really can see the park in any way you wish!
Having become an International Dark Sky Reserve in , the star-studded skies over the Downs are one of the most beautiful stargazing spots in the county, perfect for romantic weekenders. Romantic ruins, intimate gardens and internationally recognised plant collections against a backdrop of stunning Sussex Weald woodland - Nymans is a garden lover's paradise.
Find out more about what you can do in the acre Petworth Park from the walks you can wander, the wildlife you can see and further information about dog walking and access. Nestled in a quiet corner of West Sussex, Woolbeding Gardens a true horticultural haven bursting with colourful planting, sensational views and a whole host of surprises. Woolbeding is still very much a private garden and we welcome visitors exclusively on Thursdays and Fridays only. Uppark has a small relaxing garden but some of the biggest views in the county, over the South Downs.
To the south of the house is the meadow — a perfect spot to play and picnic in, and brimming with wildflowers in spring and early summer.
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