About Sunnyside Park

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Sunnyside Caravan Park is situated in a prime location for holidaymaking. Perched right opposite the sea, the sunsets are enhanced by the rolling hills and beautiful views. The town of Seaford is within easy distance and offers a wide range of things to see and places to go. There is a broad range of shops and plenty of pubs and restaurants to choose from that offer excellent food. If you don’t feel like getting in the car, you could always hop on the train which departs and arrives just behind Sunnyside.

Park Information - Detailed

Sunnyside Park has approximately 184 caravans.
Age restriction of 50+ years.
All homes are connected to mains services, with LPG bottled gas.
Laundry facilities and a tuck shop are available on site.
The park has an onsite office manned by the Park Manager and team.
Sunnyside Park is dog friendly allowing one dog per caravan.

Sunnyside Caravan Park – a hidden gem on the south coast

Sunnyside Park is perched right opposite the sea. The town of Seaford is within walking distance and offers a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. The train station is also located just behind the Park.

Walking enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the surrounding area is rife with trails to choose from, including the notorious ‘Seven Sisters’ trek, and the more sombre, peaceful walk through the ancient Friston Forest.

Sunnyside is a wonderful place to unwind, relax and take in the air as you marvel at the great British seaside.

Sunnyside is a Member of the BH & HPA.

For further information, contact Mrs Mary Wade on 01323 892825 or email managers@sunnyside-caravan-park.co.uk

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About The Local Area

Tucked away on the stunning coastline of East Sussex lies the charming town of Seaford. With its rich history, breathtaking landscapes, and vibrant community, Seaford offers visitors a delightful blend of seaside charm and rural tranquility. Let’s take a closer look at what makes this coastal town a hidden gem worth exploring.

A Coastal Haven

Seaford’s biggest draw is undoubtedly its beautiful coastline. The town boasts a long stretch of shingle beach, flanked by dramatic cliffs that provide a stunning backdrop to the sparkling waters of the English Channel. Whether you’re taking a leisurely stroll along the promenade, building sandcastles with the family, or simply soaking up the sun, Seaford beach offers the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Natural Beauty Abounds

Beyond its picturesque coastline, Seaford is surrounded by some of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in the UK. To the east, the iconic Seven Sisters cliffs rise majestically from the sea, offering spectacular views and exhilarating coastal walks. To the west, the tranquil beauty of the South Downs National Park beckons, with its rolling hills, ancient woodlands, and abundant wildlife.

Rich History and Heritage

Seaford’s history stretches back centuries, and evidence of its past can be found around every corner. The town’s medieval church, St. Leonard’s, is a testament to its ancient origins, while the ruins of Seaford Castle stand as a reminder of its strategic importance during the Norman conquest. History enthusiasts will also enjoy exploring the Martello Tower, a coastal fortification built during the Napoleonic Wars, which now houses a fascinating museum.

Activities and Attractions

Despite its small size, Seaford offers a wealth of activities and attractions to suit every taste. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking, cycling, or horse riding along the miles of scenic trails that crisscross the surrounding countryside. Water sports enthusiasts can take to the waves for sailing, windsurfing, or kayaking, while golfers can tee off at the picturesque Seaford Head Golf Course.

For those seeking a more leisurely pace, the town centre is home to a variety of charming shops, cafes, and restaurants, where visitors can sample delicious local fare and browse for unique souvenirs. And with regular events and festivals throughout the year, there’s always something happening in Seaford to entertain and inspire.


Seaford may be small in size, but it packs a big punch when it comes to natural beauty, history, and charm. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventure, cultural exploration, or simply a relaxing seaside retreat, this hidden gem on the East Sussex coast has something for everyone.

The Benefits of Holiday Caravan Ownership

Holiday caravans, also known as static caravans or mobile homes, have long been a popular choice for holiday accommodation in the UK. These cozy abodes offer a unique blend of comfort and flexibility.

Investing in a holiday caravan brings with it a host of benefits. Firstly, there’s the convenience of having a home away from home ready and waiting whenever the urge to escape strikes. No more worrying about booking accommodation or packing and unpacking – your holiday caravan is always there, ready to welcome you.

Secondly, owning a holiday caravan can be a savvy financial move. With the rising costs of holiday accommodation, purchasing a caravan provides a more cost-effective alternative in the long run.