Disabled access to the Sussex countryside

Coastal sites with surfaced trails

Information about coastal sites with surfaced trails, including Seven Sisters Country Park, Beachy Head, Broomhill Sands and Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.

Longer distance railway tracks

These tracks along the lines of disused railways are of medium difficulty with some slopes and inconsistencies.

Disabled access to woodlands

Surfaced trails through woodland sites, including Abbot's Wood, near Hailsham and Park Wood, Hellingly.

Other sites with good disabled access

Disabled access to walks, parks and trails, and useful websites with a range of other information from disabled toilets to accessible pubs.

Accessible Countryside for Everyone – Sussex

Very useful listings of walks, trails and parks, including wheelchair friendly pubs and restaurants.

Accessible leisure activities – NHS Choices

Loads of useful links, from finding disabled toilets to recommended days out, sporting activities and travelling with a heath condition.

Go Genie website

A national database which tells you about the disabled facitlities at all kinds of places. You can add your own reviews.