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Piccadilly Wood 4x4

The Site

Open the 1st Sunday of every month, from 10 till 4.

40 Acres of gruelling terrain...


Lots of mud, steep hills, and water crossings.

A challenging site for the serious off-roader.


Please note the site is constantly being worked on and is subject to change. This map is not for use as accurate guide around the site. Please follow all safety signs, located around the site, at all times.

Site Map

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Set in a wooded valley with lakes and streams running through the centre. Lots to explore. No set routes. Drivers are free to go anywhere, but please make sure you do not tackle anything beyond your ability.



Cost per car:                                           £35

Cost per quad (ATV):                              £30

Parking for non-participating vehicles:   £5


On site you will find:

  • Friendly owners and marshals 

  • On-site toilet

  • ​A food hut serving a variety of drinks and hot meals, with an outdoor seating area

  • Free tractor recovery if you get stuck (although everybody is very friendly and will often offer you a winch)

  • Photos taken and promptly uploaded to our facebook page each open day

Site Location

Colwood Lane
West Sussex
RH17 5QQ

(Just off A23, 12 miles south of Gatwick)

Site Info + Rules

Read the full site rules here


We are very strict on noise and silencers must be fitted on all participating cars.

We would ask you to be especially quiet when entering and leaving the site as the entrance is situated very close to houses.


Please note your standard car insurance will not cover you at these events, and any damage to vehicles or persons in them is undertaken at your own risk.


On admission all drivers will be required to sign a disclaimer.

Quads (ATV)

We are pleased to welcome quad bikes on-site. Helmets must be worn at all times. Safety is of paramount importance.


No spectators are allowed for safety reasons.

Current Conditions

very difficult


Due to natural water springs on-site, mud is always present, but if site is placed on a mud level 1 over 80% of the site is dry.


50% of the site is muddy. When placed on level 2 there's a great mix of thick mud for experts and dryer paths for the more casual off-roader.

very muddy

Over 80% of the site is muddy. Thick mud covers most of the site. Provides a real challenge.

very difficult

Thick mud covers the whole site. Extremely challenging, not for the faint hearted. It might be time to get a winch installed!

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