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  • Recent cliff falls serve as a useful reminder that chalk cliffs are naturally unstable and visitors should stay well away from the edge and the base of any cliffs. While we would encourage people to enjoy the beautiful coastline of East Sussex, we would remind visitors that you do have a duty of care and responsibility for your own safety
  • There have been instances of dogs attacking livestock on the park and we need your help to stop this from happening. Please keep dogs under close control and if needed, put them on a lead.
Unstable cliff warning sign

Situated in the South Downs National Park, the Seven Sisters Country Park is made up of 280 hectares of chalk cliffs, meandering river valley and open chalk grassland. It is a popular place for a number of outdoor activities including walking, bird watching, cycling and canoeing. Or if you simply want to take in the surroundings relax at Saltmarsh cafe and rooms, located behind the visitors centre.

The Country Park is named after the famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs on one of Britain’s finest unspoilt coastlines.

The Park is managed by East Sussex County Council. For information about the South Downs National Park visit South Downs Online.

The park is a working farm with moving farm machinery, cattle grids, grazing sheep and cattle. It is therefore important to keep dogs under close control at all times.

Seven Sisters Country Park