Free family day out near Eastbourne Sussex. Country park walk suitable for pushchairs, wheelchairs and scooters. River, beach, cliffs

Seven Sisters Park

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There is an ice cream van in the car park during the summer months and at weekends.

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This stunning walk is wonderful for families, as the flat, concrete track is ideal for cycling, scooting and pushing. From the car park, follow the 'beach trail' signs along the meandering river Cuckmere and be rewarded with spectacular views of the Seven Sisters cliffs.


* Wheel friendly concrete path        

* Stunning riverside views 

* Admire the Seven Sisters cliffs     

* Skim stones on the beach

* Paddle in the sea                           

* Go beach combing

* Rockpool at low tide                 

This stunning walk is wonderful for families, as the flat, concrete track is ideal for cycling, scooting and pushing. From the car park, follow the 'beach trail' signs along the meandering river Cuckmere and be rewarded with spectacular views of the Seven Sisters cliffs.

* Wheel friendly concrete path        * Stunning riverside views 

* Admire the Seven Sisters cliffs      * Skim stones on the beach

* Paddle in the sea                            * Go beach combing

* Rockpool at low tide                     

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KEY INFO:

ADMISSION:

FREE!!

SUITABLE FOR

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LOCATION:

Exceat, near Seaford, BN25 4AD

PARKING:

£3.00 for up to 2 hours or £4.00 all day. Pay by card or phone.

AMENITIES:

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DISTANCE:

2 miles (3.2 km)

OPEN:

7am-6pm (7am-4:30pm winter).

PARKING MAP
ROUTE MAP AVAILABLE
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The Visitor Centre (located across the road from the Cuckmere river) has interesting displays detailing the history, geology and wildlife of the Park. There is also a shop (cash only) with pocket money souvenirs and local craft items for sale. Check seasonal opening times here. Toilets are also located here.

Please note that the concrete path becomes a stone track for the latter section of the walk. Whilst a little bumpier, it is still generally wheel-compatible, although it may be necessary to push scooters in some places. There is no wheel access to the beach itself, which is pebbly.

This walk is dog-friendly, however, dogs need to be kept on a lead around grazing livestock (sheep often graze beside the river). Please pick up after your dog.

Alternative parking can be found behind the Visitor Centre (accessed from the Littlington Road).