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Parking for motorhomes and caravans

Motorhomes, caravans and other vehicles are welcome to visit Adur and Worthing, however we do not have any designated motorhome parking or facilities.

Parking on street

If your vehicle fits within a single designated pay and display bay, then you can park there.

Your vehicle must not take up more than one space.

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Parking in car parks

Most of the Councils' car parks have height barriers, which would prevent access to most motorhomes and caravans.

If your vehicle can get into the car park under the height barrier then it must fit within a single designated bay and must not take up more than one space.

If you wish to stay overnight you should make private arrangements with a recognised local campsite or caravan park.

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Motorhomes and caravans left on the road

Adur & Worthing Councils are not currently able to prevent caravans or motorhomes being left on the roadside.

However, if you suspect that the vehicle is being lived in you should report it to the Gypsy and Travellers Liaison Officer at West Sussex County Council.

You can report this online or by phone via:

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