• Things to do at Seven Sisters

Things to do at Seven Sisters Country Park

Seven Sisters Leaflet - Acrobat (PDF) - (927k)

Please DO

  • Keep your dog under close control at all times
  • Pick up after your dog Dog bin locations
  • Take your litter home
  • Stay away from the unstable cliff edges
  • Follow the site bylaws
  • Follow the Countryside Code
  • Please DO NOT

  • DO NOT fish anywhere other than the beach - including the meanders and riverbanks
  • DO NOT let your dogs approach sheep and cattle as this can cause harm to your dog or the animals
  • DO NOT have fires or barbecues anywhere on the Park
  • DO NOT camp or put up a tent anywhere on the Park
  • DO NOT cycle anywhere apart from the valley floor
  • DO NOT pick any flowers - leave them for others to enjoy


  • The Park is a working farm with grazing sheep and cattle. It is therefore important to keep dogs under close control at all times

    Other suggestions:

  • Walk to the beach along the easy access trail.
  • Enjoy all scenery, especially the great views from the top of the Seven Sisters cliffs and hillsides
  • Check out the great wildlife inlcuding wading birds on the beach and at the lagoon, flowers and butterflies on the hillsides, and the fascinating underwater world of the rockpools at low tide
  • the classic view

    A view of all the sisters:

    If you would like to see the 'classic' view of the Seven Sisters then please download this document which gives details of how to get to Seaford Head. From there you can enjoy the sweeping views across to the sea to the Seven Sisters and Belle Tout lighthouse.

    How to see the Seven Sisters (JPEG Image)




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