Sumners Ponds - A Stunning Location
Sumners Ponds Fishery and Campsite, Chapel Road, Barns Green. Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 0PR
Set among 100 acres of beautiful woodland and peaceful meadows yet only 5 minutes from the A24 with easy access to the motorway network, London, Brighton and the channel ports. Sumners Ponds provides an idyllic setting for a short or longer break.
From the north and Horsham
Follow the A264 for Billingshurst and Bognor Regis. Pass the Toyota garage on the right, then turn left immediately after the humpback bridge signed to Barns Green and Christ’s Hospital. Follow the road for two miles and pass through the village of Barns Green, past the Queen’s Head Pub and Village Stores and turn into Sumners Ponds on your right.
From the south and Coolham
Head north to Barns Green from Coolham where the A272 meets the crossroads. After two miles take a left turn at Cross Lane and then at then turn right at the end of the road. Follow for one mile over the railway crossing and round a sharp right hand bend. Turn into Sumners Ponds is on your left.
Sumners Ponds is a accessible fishery for those with a disability. The best lakes to fish are either Farm Pond or Betty’s Lake.
Farm Pond has a purpose built accessible platform with a ramp from the ajoining car park. This spaceous decked area has three large swims which are all disabled priority. The car park for this lake is directly next to the closest fishing swims so there is not far to travel with your equipment.
Betty’s Lake has two disabled parking areas which are very close to the nearest wood-chipped swims.