Camber sands east sussex map
Crazy golf and go-karting are also available on site for an extra fee.
For the evening shift, shift to the Showbar for music and entertainment from local and visiting acts, karaoke and themed nights; tums are covered from morning to night at the Boathouse restaurant and fish and chip bar with takeaway.
You can't go to the seaside without sampling the fish and chips, and you'll find a number of outlets here, such as ‘Kettle o' Fish' in nearby Rye. It has a vibrant, lively atmosphere with an open-plan kitchen area so you can view your meal being created.
If Indian food is what you desire then look no further than the White Vine House, overseen by the renowned Michelin-rated Dev Biswal.
Within the reserve there are five hides (with wheelchair access) giving wonderful views of the wetland.
Kitesurfing courses and lessons run daily from March to November.You can hire a bike and use this to explore much of the area, and walking is also a highly popular pastime in this picturesque spot.The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is approximately 1.4 miles away from Camber Sands, and houses a network of foot paths allowing it to be visited from Rye and Winchelsea on foot.Little people, meanwhile, can monkey around on the multisports field and adventure playground – rather thoughtfully, the latter is beside a decked area so you can supervise the offspring from over the top of your book.Kids also have many daytime activities available for tots to teens: Pipsqueak's Mousehouse is especially for the under-fives, and there’s loads more to pick from whatever your picky little one’s tastes, from ballet to archery to football on the sporty side, and trivia, dances and karaoke for those who prefer to take things a little easier.
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