Harbour Park in Littlehampton West Sussex

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Littlehampton Harbour Park

Soft Play at Harbour Park in Littlehampton

WHERE THE FUN NEVER ENDS!

Soft Play at Harbour Park in LittlehamptonHarbour Park during the winter months is home to riverside & beach front walks, indoor soft play, family prize games and toasty hot drinks and Burger Boards. It really is a must do for any parents planning a fun few hours with the kids and their friends!

KINGDOM OF SOFT PLAY:

The Kingdom of Fun soft play provides separate areas for both toddlers and over 3’s. The toddler section offers over-size building blocks, ball pit, observation tunnel and other great toys. The over 3’s section offers soft ball cannon guns, ball volcano, water bucket tunnel, ball pit, big slide and wind room. Why not let the kid’s burn off some steam while you and your friends enjoy a nice warm drink and catch up.

Soft Play at Harbour Park in LittlehamptonSOFT PLAY DEALS & THE £5.50 PARTY:

Harbour Park has been offering Soft Play deals for many years now and we are keen to share them with you:
1) Parent & Toddler Mornings (10am-Midday, Term Time Only): Half Price Soft Play
2) Cool After School (4pm-6pm, Term Time Only): Half Price Soft Play
3) Hot Drink Loyalty Cards, pick one up and collect stamps to get a FREE Coffee!
4) The £5.50 per child party (min 10), includes, food, soft play, own room & organiser



Open:
Harbour Kitchen & Soft Play open from 10am daily - Go to for further details
Prices: FREE ENTRY, Toddler Soft Play £2, age 3 & over £3
Website: www.harbourpark.com
Enquiries & Booking: 01903 721200 Groups & Schools: 01903 721200
Address: Harbour Park, Windmill Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 5LH
 

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Beaches in West Sussex

My children love to visit the beach to swim in the sea and ride the waves with their belly boards. When they're not in the sea they are building sandcastles or hunting for crabs.

 

Bracklesham Bay   Sand/Shingle

Located in a sandy bay backed by shingle and a sea wall. The beach is excellent for a wide variety of water sports

 
Bognor Regis Beach Bognor Regis Sand & shingle
This award winning beach is a family-friendly beach consisting of sand and shingle, sloping gently towards the sea. Part of the beach is a relatively safe swimming area where watercraft are discouraged. There is a Kid Care scheme in operation of free colour-coded wristbands linked to beach zones to reduce the numbers of lost children. Water sports enthusiasts on the adjacent beach have the option of windsurfing, surfing, canoeing, dinghy sailing and jet-skiing.
 
East Wittering Beach East Wittering Shingle
A typical south coast shelving shingle beach with groynes and where the waves have a tendency to 'dump' at high tide. At low tide it is sandy with extensive shallows.
 
Felpham Beach Felpham Sand
Award winning beach. Mostly sandy beach backed by a promenade. There is a slipway at the beach.
 
Goring Beach Goring-by-Sea, Worthing Sand/Pebble
The mixed pebble and sand beach is popular for a wide variety of watersports including kitesurfing, has a boat ramp, and is dog-friendly. There is a busy café at its western end.
 
Middleton-on-sea Beach Middleton-on-Sea Sand
A sandy beach set on the south coast just to the east of Bognor Regis.
 
Pagham Beach Pagham Shingle
Pagham is a quiet seaside resort, it is a European Designated Bathing Beach and is proud of its sea water quality, in 2007 scoring excellent marks. A south east facing shingle beach. There is a large shingle bar at the harbour entrance making this a good beach for windsurfing. A WW2 Mulberry Harbour platform protrudes from the sea at low tide. The local harbour is also a fantastic nature reserve with good access all around. Of local historic interest are the old railway carriages still in use for some of the beach houses.
 
Selsey Beach Selsey Shingle
At Selsey there is the unique Selsey Bill low headland that reaches 3 miles out to sea. The beach extends in both directions from the headland. The groyne-ribbed beach to the east is most popular, backed by the sea wall with shingle stretching to Pagham
 
Shoreham by Sea Beach Shoreham-by-sea Shingle
A shingle beach with sea defences and some vegetation in the shingle. Very popular with windsurfers. There is an area of parkland behind the beach.
 
South Lancing Beach Bognor Regis Shingle
A Shingle beach popular with windsurfers, kitesurfers and sailors.
 
Littlehampton Beach Littlehampton Sand and shingle
Littlehampton Coastguards beach is great for all ages with its family friendly beach of sand and shingle which slopes gently towards the sea. Part of the beach is a relatively safe swimming area where watercraft are discouraged. There is a Kid Care scheme in operation of free colour-coded wristbands linked to beach zones to reduce the numbers of lost children. Watersport enthusiasts on the adjacent beach have the option of windsurfing, surfing, canoeing, sailing and jet skiing. This excellent beach has the added bonus of RLSS Beach Lifeguards, a Coastguards Tower overlooking the beach and the Foreshore Station incorporating a First Aid and Lost Children Centre. Adjacent amenities include a modern funfair theme park, theatre and cinema.
 
Worthing Beach Worthing Sand and shingle

A gently sloping shingle beach revealing sand at low water with a pier and a promenade.

 
West Wittering Beach West Wittering Sand
A spacious sandy beach and an area recognised for its natural beauty and wildlife. Picnic areas, cafe and large car park.With a wonderful stretch of open countryside behind a natural non-commercialised sandy beach, West Wittering is a favourite destination for a family day out. Cars park very close to the beach on extensive areas of mown grass which are also perfect for picnics, barbeques and games. Swimming and paddling are popular in the sandy tidal pools and the area is a mecca for wind and kite surfers. In summer this unique site can accommodate crowds yet provide solitude. The area is internationally recognised for its wild natural beauty and wildlife.
 

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