Hotham Park Tree Trail

Hotham Park Heritage Trust (HPHT), currently a registered charity, is in the process of being dissolved with the intention of becoming a charitable organisation to be known as Friends of Hotham Park (FoHP).
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Hotham Park Tree Trail

In conjunction with The Bognor Regis Heritage Partnership

Maidenhair Tree

There are many rare and interesting trees in Hotham Park and we are thrilled to have created a trail round the Park which identifies some of the more interesting and unusual trees within it.

These include the Maidenhair Tree, Tulip Tree, Holm Oak, Silver Birch, Coastal Redwood, Weeping Copper Beech, Caucasian Wingnut Tree, Ash Tree, Southern Magnolia, Sweetgum Tree, Fan Palm, Indian Bean Tree, Cork Oak and many more.

Caucasian Wingnut Tree
The trail is approximately 1 mile long and should take about 60-90 minutes. It is suitable for families with young children or anyone with an interest in trees – from beginner to specialist. There are plenty of places to stop and have a rest should you wish to do so.   For full details click here.

This has been produced in conjunction with The Bognor Regis Heritage Partnership which has many more exciting trails including:

  • The Richard Hotham Trail – encompassing Hotham Park and the town of Bognor (before the Regis was added!)
  • Bognor Regis Sea Front ‘Fun and Facts’ Trail
  • Bognor Regis Town Trail
  • Bognor Regis Blue Plaque Trail
  • Bognor Regis Pier and Western Bognor Regis Trail

Be sure to follow them all – when time allows!

© Hotham Park Heritage Trust – Registered Charity Number 1117011