Sheepcote Valley Caravan Club Site
Sheepcote Valley Caravan Club Site is ideally located just 2 miles east of Brighton. Nestled within a fold of the South Downs and just a short distance inland from the Marina, the caravan park offers easy access to the many attractions that make the town so popular. Buses are regular and for rail enthusiasts the historic Volks Railway which runs along the prom will be a treat.
The convenient location of Sheepcote Valley Caravan Club Site ensures there will be interesting activities to suit everyone in the family. Brighton is a classic and lively British seafront town, filled with all the attractions you would expect from a famous coastal resort. The shopping is excellent with many unusual boutiques and antique shops to browse in. The town also has an operational pier, complete with amusement arcades and some of the finest fish and chips on the south coast. With all of this a short distance away and with extensive recreational grounds adjacent to the caravan park, you're sure to have a holiday here that will be hard to forget.
In and around the area
The Royal Pavilion
Anne of Cleves House
Lewes Castle & barbican House Museum
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We have just returned from a long weekend at Sheepcote Valley.
We came down to Brighton to attend a Graduation and chose the Caravan Club site as we are members of the Camping & Caravan Club and thought we would be guaranteed 'civilised' camping.
We have used Caravan Club sites before, they are expensive but it’s a price we are happy to pay because you can, to a certain degree, count on the facilities.
While the area available for camping was lovely, the facilities were nearby and, had the site been set out with marked pitches at the usual Caravan Club pitch size, adequate.
There are notices everywhere to pitch 6 meters away, the wardens were insistent on it at reception. Pity they didn't bother checking.
Got the distinct impression they didn't care about the campers & just jammed us in. All 3 fields were the same.
They must have made a fortune this weekend. There were large groups of noisy, drunk single-sex campers often returning at 3 or 4am and no one interested enough to care.
The toilet/shower facilities were not big enough for the resulting number of campers packed into those 3 areas. One morning there wasn’t even any water for a shower.
Shame on you Caravan Club...We came to Sheepcote Valley not Glastonbury.