Arundel Park Round

West Sussex

A loop in Arundel Park, taking in views of the South Downs and Arun Valley. The route takes you through Arundel Town, where there are plenty of options for refreshments.


8km (151m)
Moderate (2 hours)
Average time
2 hours
Moderate & Free
Route Advice

  • Dog friendly
  • Parking
  • Cafe
  • Multiple pubs
  • Refreshments kiosk
  • Lake
  • Forest/woodland
  • Hilly
  • Castle/palace
  • Church/cathedral
  • Great for running
  • Starting AddressVC6W+VH Arundel, UK

Did you know

Arundel is the seat of the Duke of Norfolk. The castle is open to visitors from April to October

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Route Score



Can get busy in the park the closer you are to the castle, especially on fine days


A mix of gravel paths, grass tracks and tarmac


Route Notes

There's an option to park nearer the town centre in one of the pay and display car parks


The fuel stop

  • Fuel Type Cafe
  • Location on Route Approx 7km in
  • Address Lulamae's, High Street, Arundel, UK

Step by Step Guide

Step 1

Follow the path in front of the Swanbourne Lake Tea Room, up adnpast the lake. At the top of the lake, continue straight into Arundel Park

Step 2

COntinue on the Monarch's Way, at the junction continue straight up the short, very steep hill. Don't take either of the valley paths to left or right

Step 3

Continue on Monarch's Way along the top - head to the tree straight ahead of you, and then onwards towards the copse. Bear left until you meet a track. This is an ideal place to enjoy the views of the Arun Valley in front of you.

Step 4

Turn left on the track and follow it past another copse on your left and until a T-junction where you will turn left

Step 5

Head on to the tarmac track and continue on this downhill. after a short while you'll go past a folly on your left

Step 6

Continue along the tarmac and this will eventually bring you out on the road. Turn left and head down past the castle and towards the High Street

Step 7

There are plenty of cafes, pubs and restaurants along the High Street. Continue to the mini-roundabout at the bottom and turn left. This is Mill Road and it will take you back to the parking places by the Tea Room.