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Why visit Bognor Regis?

Days by the sea

Bognor Regis is packed with seaside amusements, whether it’s tucking into fish and chips on the pier, cycling along the prom or hiring out a paddleboard and going for a paddle. With choices like Bognor Regis East, Bognor Regis West, Aldwick and Climping on the menu, you might have a new beach for every day of your break. Plus, adults can party by the sea in the nightclub on the 1865 pier.

Look out for wildlife

Over at the far western side of Bognor Regis is Pagham, where the natural harbour is a something of a haven of birds who like to hang out around the reed beds, salt marshes and lagoons. Egrets and godwits are among the birds you might spot here, and the nearby beach is an excellent sunset location for those who aren't into their birdwatching. 

Relax at Hotham Park

With 10 acres to its name, Hotham Park is packed to the brim with family-friendly stuff to do. Have a friendly game of miniature golf on the 18-hole course, take a peaceful paddle on the boating lake or tuck into tasty local fodder with a picnic on the green. There’s a miniature railway for those who’d like to rest their feet and take in the scenery. 

Essential things to do in Bognor Regis

  • Get to grips with the local history at the small but interesting Bognor Regis Museum, which has fossils, an Edwardian kitchen and vintage cameras on display

  • Book a seat in the grand Alexandra Theatre, where pantomimes, dramas, musicals and other performances will add some theatrics to your evening

  • Take your bike or scooter to the Marine Park Gardens in the west of Bognor Regis, where there’s also an 18-hole miniature golf course and a pretty water fountain 

  • Away from the lights and action, a peaceful stroll can be had at Berset Brook. Keep your eyes peeled for the wildlife around the nature reserve

  • Take a ride on the miniature train that travels up and down the promenade, a classic Bognor Regis experience

Unexplored Bognor Regis

Catch a market day

Bognor Regis may be well known for its seaside amusements, but it’s a market town at heart. The general market takes place on Tuesdays and Saturdays on London Road, and it’s all open-air. 

Try an escape room

Part of your Bognor Regis escape might include a real break-out. There are a couple of escape room venues in the town, which will put you on the clock as you try to mastermind your way out of a room packed with puzzles.

Explore the foodie scene

Aside from classic fish and chips, Bognor Regis has much more to offer in the way of tasty food. There are dainty tea rooms, ice cream parlours, delis, traditional British pubs and plenty more venues for foodies to get stuck into.

Here’s how

Soaking up Bognor Regis’ atmosphere is nicely done from a campsite, whether you’re adding fresh air and firepits into the mix or tucking into your fish and chips with views of the sea, farmlands or woods. 

Traditional tent pitches make a great way to explore Bognor Regis on a budget, but you can also up the luxury factor by using Pitchup's filters to seek out added extras like an indoor swimming pool.

The first call when you’re searching for somewhere to stay in Bognor Regis should be making sure that your whole clan is included. If the whole family, kids included, are tagging along, you’ll need a family-friendly campsite as your base. Add a canine into the mix and a dog-friendly campsite will be an essential. 

As well as campsites, also has other ways to sort an outdoor stay – click on the links below to see some of our popular options.

Bognor Regis not for you? Head down the coast to Worthing or Littlehampton or take a look at the campsites inland, such as those around Chichester.