This county is known for being one of the greenest in the country, therefore if its countryside and spectacular views that interest you, West Sussex is a great place for a caravan or camping holiday.
Apart from the physical landmarks such as the Downs and the Weald, East Sussex has a great many landmarks of historical interest such as the castles at Bodium, Herstmonceux, Lewes and Pevensey, and the medieval defences as seen by the construction of Martello towers and Eastbourne Redoubt. There are several pre-historic monuments including the Devil's Jumps, a group of Bronze Age burial mounds, and the Iron Age Cissbury Ring and Chanctonbury Ring hill forts on the South Downs.
If it’s wildlife that floats your boat then there’s Pagham Harbour (a protected area of wetland that is an important feeding ground for birds), Stansted Park, St Leonard’s Forest or Warnham Nature Reserve to walk round – keen your eyes open to stop the inhabitants as some of them can be tricky to spot. Petworth House is also worth a trip as caravanners can enjoy watching the deer who roam freely.