Brighton

East Brighton Park, Brighton BN2 5TS | Telephone: 01342 777533 | View Map

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    Tents pitched up at Brighton
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    View of Brighton beach from the Palace Pier
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    Brighton Palace Pier
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    Bustling stalls and cafes in Kensington Gardens, Brighton North Laine
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    Rolling hills as far as the eye can see, South Downs, Sussex
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    Windsurfers take to the waves, near Brighton Marina

Open Dates:
1 January to 20 December 2018

Earliest Arrival Time: 3pm
Latest Departure Time: 10am

Facilities

• Wi-Fi
• Wash room / toilets
• Dish washing area

Why stay here

Brighton will give you a traditional British seaside holiday just 2 miles from the lively and diverse city centre, as well as easy routes into the South Downs and Sussex countryside. Our site is tucked into a small valley; home to bunnies, squirrels and other local wildlife, and a mere 15 minute stroll from Brighton Marina – there’s something here for everyone.

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    Camping Pods from: £98 per stay*

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    Tent Pitches from: £17.40 per stay*

Accommodation at Brighton

Tent pitches

From: £17.40 per stay*

Pitch up under the stars at our Brighton campsite, one of over 40 locations across the UK. Whether you’re looking to hit the shops on a city break, splash around at the coast or get lost in the highlands, we’ve got a campsite for to suit you.

Camping Pods

From: £98 per stay*

If you’re looking for a rural getaway with a splash of comfort then a stay in one of our affordable Camping Pods is the option for you. Our wooden pods are well insulated with lighting, electric sockets and other comforts to ensure you have a great stay. With a choice of locations in the UK you can enjoy all the fun and adventure of camping with a cosy atmosphere.

Site details

Why stay here

Brighton will give you a traditional British seaside holiday just two miles from the lively and diverse city centre, as well as easy routes into the South Downs and Sussex countryside. Our site is tucked into a small valley; home to bunnies, squirrels and other local wildlife, and a mere 15 minute stroll from Brighton Marina – there’s something here for everyone.

Family days out

Get to know Brighton’s personality by exploring the historic cobbled Lanes and the bohemian North Laine, past unusual boutiques and independent shops, cafes and restaurants. During summer, the city awakens with street music and many venues provide regular live events

Britain’s oldest electric railway, the Volkes Railway, trundles along the beach for over a mile to the Sea Life Centre and Brighton Palace Pier. On the pier you’ll find rides and attractions suited for all ages. A little further along the seafront is the British Airways i360 Tower, giving visitors a bird’s eye view of the city.

Jump on board the 77 bus to the Devils Dyke where you'll feel a million miles away from home, as you look across stunning views of rural Sussex and the shimmering sea. On rainy days, visit the city’s iconic Royal Pavilion or Brighton Marina.


Facilities on site

  • • Wi-Fi available
  • • Wash room / toilets
  • • Baby changing / disabled facilities
  • • Dish washing area
  • • Laundry facilities
  • • Playground
  • • Car parking
  • • Pitches are: grass, electric and non-electric
  • • Site shop: Yes

 Wi-Fi fees may apply.

Activities & experiences nearby


Cycling

The coastal path between Newhaven and Portsmouth is part of the National Cycle Route 2. For a journey into countryside try route 20 that heads up onto the South Downs which is a chain of hills that run along the East Sussex coast - view the Sustrans route map

There are cycle paths all over Brighton, making it a great place to explore by bike. See Brighton Council's cycle map for more information.


Walking

From the site head north and follow routes up to the South Downs.

Alternatively you could head along the coast, from the Under Cliff walk to the east or towards Worthing and Shoreham to the west.


Things to try

The amusing and relaxed Only in Brighton Walking Tour is one way to get familiar with the city. If you’re going out, a comedy night at Komedia Krator Comedy Club is recommended.

For a giggle, whizz down a 300 metre zip wire at Brighton Zip or try Globalls Jurassic Neon Golf at the Marina.

Outdoor sports are covered by Extreme Ventures for indoor and outdoor rock climbing and Polowood Shooting Ground for axe throwing, archery and clay pigeon shooting


Pubs and restaurants

Visitor’s recommendations:

There are regular busses that run day and night so if you’re happy to explore, then you’re guaranteed to find cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants in Kemp Town, the North Laine, the Laines and the Marina. Visit Restaurants Brighton to give you a flavour of what’s on offer.

For a countryside pub, less than 10 miles away is the Shepherd and Dog in Fulking and the Devils Dyke’s Vintage Inn.



* Prices based on a stay between Monday and Thursdays during low season. Minimum stay for pods is two nights. Tent prices are based on two adults and a pitch. Bookings can be made online for tents up to 5x5 metres (approximately a four person tent). If you have a larger tent or specific requirements, please contact the site direct and site staff will help you with you booking. There may be an additional £2 surcharge per night for large tent pitches. Please read our FAQs for further booking information. Terms and conditions apply.

Location and Transport

East Brighton Park, Brighton, BN2 5TS
Telephone: 01342 777533

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: Brighton, Hove
  • Nearest train station: Brighton
  • Car hire available on site: Yes