Located near the High Street in Bognor Regis, Hotham Park is an area of 22 acres of walled parkland, with over 100 different types of trees.
It first became a public park in 1947 and Sir Richard Hotham, the founder of modern Bognor Regis, built and resided in Hotham Park House (now private apartments). He also created the grounds.
The horticultural aspect of the park was chiefly created by William Fletcher between 1900 and 1940 and it was once likened to Kew Gardens. You can spot birds like Treecreepers and Nuthatches and you will also find a lake, a children’s play area, a miniature railway, adventure mini-golf and a café.