5 of the best adventure parks in Sussex

PUBLISHED: 11:54 11 November 2014 | UPDATED: 11:54 11 November 2014

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A few of Sussex’s finest adventure parks to visit


Take a ride on Thomas the Tank Engine and drive a toy car around the Hello Kitty Secret Garden at this park and zoo near Alfriston. Halloween horrors are planned for half term week plus a visit from pet detective Scooby Doo.

drusillas.co.uk; 01323 874100


Harbour Park

Rollercoasters, dodgems, trampolines, slides, rides and more make this park in Littlehampton a hit for all ages. Water parks are popular when the sun’s shining, and there’s a large indoor soft play area for days it’s not.

harbourpark.com; 01903 721200


Fishers Farm Park

Farmyard friends, cookatoos and tortoises are among the menagerie here plus there are daily animals shows and rides. The vast indoor and outdoor play areas include soft play, zip wires, a pirate ship and quad bikes.

fishersfarmpark.co.uk; 01403 700063


Go Ape, Crawley

Aspiring Tarzans and Janes can zip their way through the spectacular forests at Tilgate Park near Crawley. Children can take part from six years of age (or one metre high) and are attached to safety cables while in the trees.

goape.co.uk; 0845 643 1732



Banish half-term boredom at this huge park near Hailsham. There’s a falconry centre, large indoor play area, a boating lake, a water park, a petting farm and areas for riding go-karts and mini-quads.

knockhatch.com; 01323 442051


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