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#1 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
Just park up by the nearby golf course and from their car park follow the well marked route to Ovingdean Village then up Ainsworth Avenue and across the hill to Rottingdean Village and back along the Undercliff Wa...
Well worth finding for anyone into fitness and nature, like I am!
#2 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
We love coming hear with friends and family, as the park area is truly amazing and so easy to park, you can have a visit in the house which is just stunning with a great bar area, it's always busy with weddings as...
Stanmer Park is an absolute gem, with numberous downland and woodland walks, stretching miles, idyllic village with cafe and the old manor house restored to a restaurant and place to chill out with a coffee.
#3 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
Preston Park itself very nice and spacious and depending on the Season you visit, lots of plants and flowers and plenty of picnic spots!
Preston park is really lovely, theres plenty of car parking, lovely walking area and a lovely cafe in the middle with great cakes.
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#4 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
lovely national trust park with amazing views a variety of paths and walks across many different walk lengths
There are a number of nature walks and paths which will take you into the heart of the downs, there is also a pub right next to the bus stop if you fancy grabbing lunch or a pint.
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#5 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
This is one of the best seaside areas in Britain, on a hot day the place is packed so get there early for a parking spot on the seafront along Madeira Drive but park along near the volley ball court or crazy golf...
We've always been lucky with parking on the promenade but there are plenty of car parks in the city itself where you can easily walk to the beach.
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#6 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
A delightful park, well maintained gardens and children's play area, nice little wildlife zones, wooded area's miniature reserve's, home to lots of grey squirrels, nice old well established pond with some very lar...
this is a lovely park and the cafe itself is affordable friendly staff a little busy but in a beautiful location where you can watch the squirrels and dog walkers go by.
Hove Park Hove 2.9 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Hove
A fantastic cafe, tennis courts, kids football, a basketball court, a climbing rock, children's play area, a path to run round (including exercise stations at various intervals on the circuit), a Park Run every Sa...
Lovely, big park, ideal for dog walkers, cyclists, sports, games & family picnics.
#7 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
Sea life presented in an approachable way that respects nature and keep the fish and other sea creatures vibrant and alive.
There are plenty of parking spaces very near to the venue, and car parks nearby too.
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#8 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
Fab park! Good parking and great for the kids on a warm day plenty for all ages and lovely walks around it if u have a dog but be warned about the pond with ducks
... garden or if you just want to take your dog for a walk friendly helpful people or if your children want to play in the park itself so many things to do so many adventures to have a must see if you visit Brighton
#9 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
This is a safe and engaging park for all the family with lots to offer children of all ages and abilities :-) Definitely take bathing suits and towels for little ones for the water fun!
A truly lovely park to have a walk in nice weather if you wish to stretch your legs or take your children
#10 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
Excellent place to relax with a park n pose under the multi story car park.
The Multi-Storied Car Park can fill up over the weekend, there are other Car Parks, but can be very expensive.
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#11 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
Great nature to walk We had a nice walk during our short visit in that place with my children They love that, walk , play , rain Place had some snack and over look to Brighton beach Nice as Will at night Recommande
Kipling Gardens Rottingdean 5.9 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Rottingdean
#12 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
I think its great that in a big busy city there is a place where you can go and go bck to nature.
There Is A Car Park Near By.
#13 of 13 Nature & Parks in Brighton
Hove Lagoon Hove 4.4 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Hove
We are regulars, the lagoon offers so much, plentiful parking around, the lagoon water sports is great, we use the park to skate and the playground with the paddling pool and then the big beach cafe... everything...
There's something for everyone here - water sports, skateboarding, mini golf, trampolining, boating, paddling and an ace play park.