By Road:
Check out and put in your postcode. Camber Sands Holiday Park postcode is TN31 7RL.

By Public Transport:
The nearest train station is Rye. See further down for info on how to then get from Rye to Camber.

For train journey planners, timetables and fares check out the following websites:

Due to the large amount of people coming from the London area and it's respective airports (we get lots of attendees from oversea), here are some further details on travelling from London to Rye. We hope our Northern friends are not too offended...

London to Rye...

Option 1:
Southeastern trains go between London St Pancras and Rye Sussex, changing once at Ashford International. Highest frequency routes take between approximately 65 and 85 minutes. Tickets can be bought from and prices will be cheaper the further in advance you book.

Check out the Southeastern rail timetable here: download PDF

Option 2:
For a slightly longer journey, but about cheaper each way; National Express ( coaches run from London Victoria to Ashford. They leave London for Ashford at 11:00 and 16:00 on a Friday, and leave Ashford for London at 10:05 and 16:10 on a Monday. The journey is around £9 each way and takes around 2 hours. From the coach drop at Ashford, it is a short walk to Ashford International rail station (map:, where there are regular trains to Rye for around £6 each way.


Option 1:
'The Wave' bus, route 100, leaves from Rye Rail Station towards Camber Sands Holiday Park at 50 minutes past each hour. Buses back to Rye Rail Station from Camber Sands holiday park leave at 18 minutes past each hour. Journey each way takes about 15 minutes.

Wave 100 bus timetable: download PDF
Wave 100 route map: download PDF

Option 2:
A good taxi number is +44 (0)1797 225 548 - we would recommend pre-booking a taxi because otherwise there may be a wait.

Option 3:
Walking between Rye and Camber takes just over an hour. A map of this journey is here:

Coach Travel between London & Camber Sands:

We've been contacted by a new crowdsourcing booking company called We Can Go Dutch, who have setup a scheme whereby people travelling from London to the TV On The Radio ATP can group together to pay a cheaper rate for coach travel.

You can get more info on this link.

Please note this info is provided by us as a convenience to festival goers only. We aren't connected with this company and we do not make any representations concerning them.