There is no National Trust parking for Cissbury Ring. From the nearest (non NT0 car park it is an approximately 20 minute walk uphill to the site.
There are no toilets on site. The nearest toilets (with a disabled facility) are in Findon Valley, near Findon library.
No toilets. Nearest public toilet (with disabled facilities) in Findon Valley, near Findon library. Dogs on leads welcome. From car park, it's a 20-minute uphill walk, with kissing gates and stiles.
Cissbury Ring: Worthing is 3 miles away. Take A24 north, following signs for Findon, then the 'Cissbury Ring parking' turning, signed off A24. Horsham is 20 miles north on A24. Parking (not NT) at Storrington Rise car park (BN14 0HT); a 20 minute walk from the ring. Sullington Warren: On the east side of the village of Storrington, West Sussex. NT car park can be found in Water Lane, a turning off the A283. Warren Hill: Northwest of the village of Washington in West Sussex. NT car park can be found in Georges Lane which is the second turning on the right off the A283 (to the right of Bradbury Court) when approaching from the A24.
Parking: Cissbury Ring: parking (not NT) at Storrington Rise car park (BN14 0HT), free, open 24 hours, 30 spaces. 20 minute walk from the ring. Sullington Warren: NT car park at Water Lane, opposite the entrance to a quarry (RH20 3LY). Warren Hill: NT car park in Georges Lane (RH20 4AG). Road not surfaced: alternate parking in Washington. Walk towards the A24, turn right along Sandhill Lane, follow subway under A24. Turn right on the other side, a short distance along take footpath left into woods.
Sat Nav: For Cissbury Ring use Storrington Rise car park (not NT): Easting 512900, Northing 107670. For Sullington Warren use postcode RH20 3LY or grid reference TQ098141. For Warren Hill use postcode RH20 4AG or grid reference TQ114140.
2 miles from the South Downs Way, which has numerous paths leading to the ring
Worthing station 3 miles, then take bus service 1 from outside. Cissbury Ring is a 30 minute walk from bus stop
National Cycle Network Route 2 to Shoreham-by-Sea, then 8 miles towards Findon. South Downs Way route 89 is 1.5 miles north and route 222 (Shoreham-by-Sea to Guildford) is an off-road route
The most historic hill on the South Downs, it's the largest hillfort in Sussex and has a history dating back over 5,000 years.
Take a circular walk around one of the very best butterfly sites in Sussex, exploring the South Downs.
Cissbury Ring, just north of the coastal town of Worthing, is one of the jewels in the crown of the new South Downs National Park. It's the largest hill fort in Sussex and has a history dating back over 5,000 years.
Set high up on a chalk promontory, its ditch and ramparts enclose about sixty-five acres. From the top on a clear day you can see forever, with views across to the chalk cliffs beyond Brighton and as far as the Isle of Wight.
Centuries of continuous grazing have produced a wonderful habitat for butterflies and flowers. Rare plants such as the round headed rampion, known as the ‘Pride of Sussex’, thrive here. If you want to walk, fly a kite or just enjoy some spectacular views Cissbury has it all.
During spring and autumn you can see a wide variety of migratory birds as Cissbury is one of the first coastal landing points after their long flight across the channel.
Explore the past at Cissbury Ring. From Neolithic flint mining to leading Victorian archaeologists and Second World War machine guns, uncover Cissbury's long history.