Buzz Active is a non-profit organisation, run by East Sussex County Council, that provides outdoor activities in stunning locations in East Sussex. They run nationally accredited courses, taught by qualified instructors, for individuals, groups and families.
Set in 80 acres of countryside, the Park offers a wide variety of fun indoor and outdoor activities, from crazy golf, to indoor soft play, quadapillar barrel rides, boating, go-karts, bungee trampolines, birds of prey displays, animals and more… So there’s something for all the family, no matter what the weather !
An outdoor dry ski and snowboard centre in Hailsham, East Sussex with a new and improved 110m artificial dry ski slope, creating perfect conditions for skiing and snowboarding. Activities include ski lessons, ringo run, and parties, they have a club house and SnowLab ski shop, so why not pop along and have some fun!
Enjoy a great family day out at one of the top tourist attractions in East Sussex. Drusillas is widely regarded as the best small zoo in the country and they’ve created an animal and child friendly, family environment where the focus is always on involvement. It is the perfect getaway for families and children, whether you are on holiday in Sussex, enjoying a weekend break or on a camp !
Hailsham Leisure Centre has facilities and activities to suit everyone. Health & fitness, Swimming, Kids activities & more. The centre has an excellent 25m swimming pool with flume, as well as a ten-pin bowling centre (underground & illuminated !), and coffee shop/cafe. Located in Hailsham town centre, a short distance from Bushy Wood.
Arlington Stadium is situated just a 30 minute footpath stroll from Bushy Wood. The track is a 350yard long concrete oval with banked corners, the close proximity of the catch fencing to the track fence ensures that spectators are close to the action! There are toilets/food/drink outlets onsite, contact the stadium for group reductions!
Spectacular hands-on science and discovery among the domes and telescopes of a world famous astronomical observatory.
At The Ordinary Climbers Climbing Gym their mission is to provide patrons of all ages a fun, safe environment in which to exercise, socialize, and gain new climbing skills. By focusing on these fundamental qualities, the friendly and knowledgeable staff create an environment that is welcoming to those wanting to try climbing for the first time as well as the experienced climber.
This picturesque trail follows the former ‘Cuckoo Line’ railway track and stretches from Heathfield to Eastbourne Park. It passes through Horam, Hellingly, Hailsham and Polegate. The 13mile (21km) surfaced path through the Sussex countryside is mostly traffic free and is a safe route for walkers and cyclists of all ages, forming part of the National Cycle Network (Route 21).