TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATION
Don’t wait until the morning of the event to decide how you will get to the Start at Stanmer Park, make sure you’ve planned your journey in advance.
If you are coming from out of town and planning to stay the weekend, please also be sure to book accommodation in advance as the local hotels and hostels book up very quickly.
Please note we have arranged for participants to receive FREE bus tickets on the day for two routes – please see below for details.
Being dropped off at the Start
If you are driving to the start with friends or family or getting a taxi, you will need to ask them to drop you off near Stanmer Park, rather than coming right up to the start line
Public Car Parks in the city centre
There are a number of Car Parks located in the centre of Brighton. You can find a list of these here.
If you park in a city car park, public buses and trains will be running to and from Falmer Station (which is a short walk from Stanmer Park and the Event Village).
TOP TIP: If you are coming from a considerable distance outside of Brighton, it might be worth considering booking accommodation to make your event start as easy as possible.
Bookable Parking near the Start/Finish
Car parking is available to book now at the AMEX Stadium, which is a short walk from Stanmer Park and the Event Village.
Please note that this is parking only and NOT a park and ride service.
- Price: £15 per ticket (one ticket per vehicle)
- Location: Village Way, Brighton BN1 9BL // Google Maps link
- Times: 6am–6pm
Cars must be collected by the 6pm closing time.Book Now
As a Brighton Trail 10k participant, you may wish to use this car park to get to your start line in Stanmer Park (please note you do not start at East Brighton Park with the marathon runners). The walk from the car park is roughly 20 minutes.
Buses & Free Bus Passes for Participants
We have worked with Brighton & Hove Buses to provide free access to two bus routes for participants on event day. (General public / supporters can also catch these buses with a paying ticket.)
Participants will be emailed a bus pass that is valid for 1 person on Sunday 26th June.
This pass MUST be shown to the driver upon boarding.
The routes are as below. We have worked to increase the bus service to 2 x buses per hour for each route.
Serves stops between Stanmer Village and the Old Steine in the city Centre.
Who would use this?
- Brighton Trail 10k or Trail Kids participants who wish to get from the city to their start
- Any participants who wish to return from Stanmer Park into the city after they finish
Serves stops between Ditchling Beacon (Upper Lodges Car Park) and the Old Steine in the city Centre.
Who would use this?
- Any participants who wish to cheer marathon runners on at their highest climb at Ditchling Beacon
- Any 10k participants who may miss Bus 78, can get Bus 79 to Upper Lodges and walk to the start in Stanmer Park (20 minute walk)
Please check the Brighton & Hove Bus Company website for the most up to date travel information.
Please check the Brighton & Hove Bus Company website for the most up to date travel information and full timetables.
If you are staying in or near Brighton taxis will be able to collect you and drop you close by to the Start area on Race morning.
There is a list of bicycle parking available on the Brighton & Hove City Council website here. There are bike racks at Stanmer Park and the University of Sussex for 10k runners who wish to cycle to the start of the Brighton Trail 10k.