Stanmer Country Park
On windy days, explore the woodland paths. On sunny days, explore the parkland trails.
Lying within the South Downs National Park, Stanmer offers vast open countryside and beautiful woodland on the eastern side of Brighton.
* Explore the park on the network of paths and trails
* Visit Stanmer village, a great example of an 18th Century working village
* Admire the 18th century Georgian Manor House (Proud Country House)
and call in for refreshments
* Loads of space for a kickabout
* Popular picnic venue on sunny days
Upper Lodges Car Park, Stanmer Park Road, Stanmer, BN1 9QB
Suggested route 3.2 km, but you can walk as little or as far as you wish!
All day, every day.
There are no surfaced paths here. In the open parkland the short grassy trails can be steep in places, however families with pushchairs should be able to find a suitable route. There are a number of easy access routes laid through the woods, which in dry weather, are suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs. These paths are unsurfaced and can become muddy in the winter months. Other routes/paths may be accessible to wheelchair users with assistance.
Stanmer village is located beside Proud Country House. The church is open to visitors every Sunday (excluding Christmas Day when it falls on a Sunday) from 2-4pm during winter and 2-5pm from when the clocks go forward in Spring (late March).
Toilet facilities, including an accessible toilet, are available in the village, opposite the Tea Rooms.