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Following the latest Government advice, we have decided to close the visitor centre and toilets at the Seven Sisters Country Park, this is to protect public health and help restrict the spread of coronavirus.

The rest of the park and the car parks will remain open.

Please also note:

We have sheep and cows on our park.

Responsible dog walkers are very welcome at Seven Sisters Country Park but recently we have had numerous attacks on our animals and so we ask that you keep dogs on leads. Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy your visit.

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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, canoeing and paddle boarding. 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. We need your help to prevent instances of dogs attacking livestock. Please keep dogs under close control at all times, and if needed, on a lead.

Seven Sisters Country Park