With exciting outdoor activities, which will appeal to your inner adventurer, and plenty of outstanding forests and countryside, Woodlands Park, located between Hastings and Rye, is perfect to get back to your roots.
Set in the idyllic High Weald AONB and National Park of East Sussex, Woodlands Park benefits from everything the vibrant county has to offer, including incredible beaches from Rye to Camber sands. Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest is close by and showcases the UK’s most beautiful landscape and offers miles of cycling and horse riding trails for you to enjoy. Here, you will also find the famous adventure play trail ‘Go Ape’, which is a big hit with the kids and promises hours of fun for the whole family.
You can carry on exploring by visiting Bewl Water, the largest stretch of open water in the South East of England. The vast 800-acre site offers exciting recreational activities (both on and off land) for everyone to enjoy. If you wanted to learn about the region’s rich history, take a trip to Bodiam Castle or visit The Abbey ruins, an English Heritage site, in the medieval town of Battle.
Combining rustic charm with exhilarating outdoor activities, Woodlands Park caters for the whole family and no one day is ever the same. Offering unique things to do and see, a holiday here promises to be a talking point for years to come.