The Sussex Swingers Community and Dogging
Some members of the Sussex swingers community enjoy dogging. Here are eight spots that are popular with them:
- Bright & Hove Nudist Beach:
This famous nudist beach was the first one to be officially recognized in the U.K. Unsurprisingly, it is often used by both the gay and swinging communities for dogging after dark on warm, summer evenings.
- Butts Brow Eastbourne:
The car park at the top of Butts Brow can provide more than dramatic views of Eastbourne below. Voyeurs may also enjoy views of local swingers in action from time to time. Invitations to join in are not uncommon.
- Chailey Common Nature Reserve:
This dogging hotspot is the car park area, about half a mile south of Chailey off the A272. It is often used by members of the local swinger community and even by some from further afield.
- Devil’s Dyke:
Devil's Dyke is a dogging hotspot where cars are constantly on the move between car parks throughout the night and into the early hours of the morning. There are always plenty of spare singles around to provide exhibitionist couples with a captive audience or to join in if invited to.
- Dukes Mound:
Situated in the Kemptown area of Brighton, this nationally renowned dogging and cruising area is well secluded by tall bushes. It is more popular with the gay community than it is with swinger community but both are known to use it and it can even be busy during daylight hours as well as at night.
- Foredown Tower:
The tower itself is a restored water tower that once served the water requirements of the Portslade area of Brighton. Use the Google Map Link to locate the tower then continue along the track to the area near to the horse paddocks to find this popular night-time dogging spot.
- Luxford Fields in Uckfield:
Although the car park for Luxford fields is in quite an urban location, it does have some fairly secluded parts that avail themselves to doggers. Popular with some members of East Sussex swinging community, who nickname it "Fuckfield", the site very easy to get to for both locals and non-locals.
- Beach behind King Alfred Pool:
Another site that was used a lot in the past is the area of beach behind the King Alfred leisure centre in Hove, although this has lost popularity in recent years.