A small area of woodland and sandstone rocks on a hill with fine views over Weir Wood Reservoir, Stone Hill Rocks is a Site of Special Scientific Interest for geological reasons.
The rocks are located to the south-south-west of East Grinstead at grid reference 381347 on Ordnance Survey map 187. Take the B2110 from East Grinstead in the direction of Turners Hill, follow the Brown Tourist Signs for Saint Hill, Standen, Sports Club, then continue on past Deers Leap Park where the road goes downhill and there is a land to the left leading to some parking spaces. A bridle path some yards up the hill and opposite Stonewall House leads west towards the rocks, which are on the left after two hundred yards.
If the parking spaces are full, carry on down the hill, turn left at the bottom and park by Weir Wood Reservoir. Walk back up the hill and almost immediately a footpath left leads over fields straight up to the rocks.
Stone Hill Rocks is used by climbers and walkers and is a fine place for a picnic. It is open to the public at all times without charge. Please take care not to damage the rocks or the vegetation, and take all your litter home.