Walks in East Sussex map

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Following the latest Government advice all of our rights of way sites and countryside parks are open, but some facilities are still closed.

The following car parks are open:

  • Seven Sisters Country Park – both car parks
  • Ditchling Common – car park
  • Ashdown Forest – Pooh car park, off Chuck Hatch Lane in Hartfield Parish
  • Broomhill Sands – car park
  • Camber Sands – Rother District Council’s Camber Western, Camber Central and Old Lydd Road car parks

The following remain closed:

  • Seven Sisters Country Park – visitor centre and public toilet
E Sussex Walks Arlington Reservoir walk Barcombe walk Battle walk Bishopstone walk Blackboys walk Bodiam Castle walk Buckhurst walk Buxted walk Camber Castle walk Chiddingly walk Cock Marling walk Cowbeech walk Crowhurst walk Danehill walk Doleham walk East Hoathly walk Eridge walk Forest Row walk Hadlow Down walk  Harley Shute walk Hellingly walk Herstmonceux walk Peasmarsh walk Pevensey Castle walk Playden walk Ripe walk Robertsbridge walk Saxonbury Hill walk Mark Cross walk Crowborough walk Rotherfield walk Rushlake Green walk Ticehurst walk Wellingham walk Winchelsea walk Wivelsfield Green walk Woods Corner Camber Sands Camber Castle Chailey Common Cuckoo Trail Ditchling Common Forest Way Country Park Ouse Estuary Nature Reserve Seven Sisters Country Park Shinewater Country Park Weir Wood Reserve

Use the map to choose a walk by location, or the links below to see a list.

Circular walks in East Sussex

A selection of circular walks including pubs, restaurants, shops and other local businesses that feature along the way.

Countryside sites

Information on how to find our countryside sites and what you can do when you get there.

Long distance walks

Eleven long distance footpaths pass through East Sussex including the South Downs Way, the Sussex Border Path and the 1066 Country Walk.

Rights of way interactive map

Use our interactive map to find footpaths, byways and bridleways in East Sussex.

List of temporary path closures in East Sussex

Occasionally, we have to temporarily close a public right of way to protect the safety of path users.