The Seven Sisters Country Park covers 280 hectares and showcases the brilliant white chalk of the Seven Sisters cliffs for visitors while they enjoy a whole range of activities. The Seven Sisters cliffs sit just to the east of the country park, and as it’s backed by wide open grassland it’s one of the most popular places to get outside and enjoy the South Downs in all their windswept glory.
The park’s laced with trails and routes to make things easy for walkers, and if you need any more information or maps to help you plan your day there’s a visitor centre to make things easier. The park’s also popular with cyclists, birdwatchers and canoeists – so a visit makes the perfect excuse to rediscover the Great Outdoors.
There’s an easy access trail for those with limited mobility, wheelchairs and pushchairs, and it takes in beautiful views of the valley. The South Downs Way national trail passes through the park, and if you pick it up you can follow it right across the Seven Sisters cliffs. Dogs are welcome throughout the Seven Sisters Country Park.