Visiting Devil's Dyke

Distant views over field systems at Devil's Dyke with trees and scrub framing left and right.

Devil’s Dyke car park has now reopened in line with government advice, so people can access fresh air, open space and nature. Due to restrictions we have been unable to offer our usual range of facilities. The information below will help you plan your visit. Please follow the usual social distancing guidelines at all times.

Car parks

The car park at Devil’s Dyke is now open and very busy. Pay & display parking at Devil’s Dyke as follows: £1.50 for up to 1 hour; £3 for up to 2 hours; £4 for up to 4 hours, £6 all day.  Payment is by CASH ONLY - cards cannot be used.  National Trust members, motorcycles and Blue Badge holders park free. National Trust members should scan their membership cards at the machine and collect the ticket to display in their car. 

Overnight stays - no vehicles or tents

There is no camping permitted at Devil’s Dyke or in any of the surrounding National Trust countryside.  Overnight camping or stays by motor vehicles are not permitted

Barbecues & fires

Barbecues and fires are not permitted anywhere on National Trust property.  They cause damage to our valuable grasslands and are also a wider fire risk.  Please help us keep our countryside sites safe and free from damage by following this rule at all times.

Toilets

All the toilets and baby changing facilities are currently closed

Drinking water

There is no drinking water available on site

We hope you enjoy your visit and please remember the following:

  • Stay local if you can – our houses and gardens remain closed. We are opening up countryside car parks gradually, but many facilities will not yet be open. It's important we don't create hotspots. 
  • Take extra care to respect local residents and other visitors. Please don’t park on roadsides, as this can block essential emergency access. 
  • By sticking to paths, keeping dogs under control, not approaching wildlife and taking any litter home, we can ensure our places benefit both people and nature.