Camber Sands | Day Out With The Kids

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Camber Sands

  • Rye
  • Outdoor
  • All Ages
  • Beaches

Attraction Information

The village of Camber, East of the ancient town of Rye, has it’s own stretch of golden paradise in Camber Sands.

This rugged, natural, picturesque beach is as wild as the weather can be. In the summer, the clean sands and open space are ideal for families looking to play and make the most of the stunning coastline. There are endless sand dunes for masterful games of hide and seek and secluded picnic spots.

In the winter dogs are allowed back on the beach to run free, jumping in and out of the waves when the tide rolls in. Surrounded by interesting wildlife and unspoilt views it’s a beautiful place for a bracing British walk while the cold weather whips around you.

A slither of open sands just a stones throw from London!

  • Accommodation, shops and eateries in the nearby village
  • Parking available, however it does get busy in the summer months
  • The beach is zoned for separate activities, making it ideal for families
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Opening hours

Year round access

Pricing

Free admission

Travel & Contact Information

Address

, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7RN, England

Phone number

01797 226696

Map

Website

Click here to visit Camber Sands' website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite and nearby.

Parking Charging
1 Hour: £1.50
Up to 3 Hours: £5.00
Up to 6 Hours: £10.00
All Day: £12.00

Yes, there are toilets.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Yes, you can bring a picnic.

Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.

Yes, Camber Sands is wheelchair friendly.

Yes, Camber Sands have stated they are pushchair friendly.

Dogs are welcome

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