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A Wide Range of Local Attractions

Stonehenge Campsite & Caravan Park is the perfect camping and touring base for a relaxing and fun-filled family camping holiday or short break.  We are ideally positioned for a wide selection of heritage, nature and activity-based local tourist attractions, including the ever-growing list of festivals and enticing pubs within Wiltshire, Bath and just across the Dorset and Somerset borders.

At just 3 miles drive or a 5.5 mile walk or cycle ride from Stonehenge, we are the closest campsite to the Stones. The number 2 bus to Salisbury stops right outside our gate, giving easy access to the Cathedral, its historic Close and one of the four surviving original copies of Magna Carta.  We are less than 25 minutes from the attractions of Longleat and within a 35 mile radius of Bournemouth and its wonderful sandy beaches, Bath City, the home of the Roman Baths and the beautiful New Forest national park

There are many scenic and accessible walking and cycling routes  to be explored and enjoyed across and around Salisbury Plain and the surrounding area.

For a more relaxing stay, two pubs, the Bell Inn (Winterbourne Stoke) and the Boot Inn (Berwick St James), plus a farm shop are all within an easy 10 minute walk of the campsite

Longleat & Cheddar Gorge Discounts For SCS Guests!

When you stay with us we can offer you tickets to all the attractions of Longleat and Cheddar Gorge at a significant discount to the usual rates. Just ask at the office or call 07786 734 732 and we'll purchase tickets for your great day out!  Click here to visit website

 

 

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Stonehenge

Stonehenge is one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. With a new visitor experience, museum-quality exhibitions, plus five Neolithic Houses and café.

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Longleat House

Longleat House is widely regarded as one of the best examples of high Elizabethan architecture in Britain and one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public.

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Salisbury Cathedral

A leading example of 13th century Gothic architecture.  The main body took 38 years to build, with two generations of the same family often working on it. It's home to the best original copy of the Magna Carta and receives 500,000+ visitors each year.

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Cheddar Gorge & Caves

Visit the amazing Cheddar Gorge to really travel back in time and discover what was going on under the earth millions of years ago - and can still be seen today! There's a lot to explore at Cheddar now so visit their site to find out more.

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Longleat Safari Park

Longleat Safari Park was opened in 1966 and caused a revolution in the world of zoological collections by becoming the first location outside Africa to open a drive-through Safari Park.

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The Wardrobe - Home of the Infantry Regiments of Berks & Wilts

Based in The Close in Salisbury, right by the Cathedral, the museum houses a fascinating collection & a super shop to delight and inspire all ages.   

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Avebury

The world's largest prehistoric stone circle can be found encompassing the small village of Avebury. Pay a visit to Avebury Manor and the Alexander Keiller Museum.

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Stourhead Gardens

Stourhead is the best example of a garden inspired by the great landscape painters of the seveneenth century, and is just a 20 minute drive from Stonehenge Campsite.

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Wilton House

Wilton House stands on the site of a ninth century nunnery founded by King Alfred and with its history, architecture, art treasures and 21 acres of gardens and parkland has attracted visitors from all over the world.

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Five Rivers Leisure Centre

A great resource for swimming and leisure in Salisbury.  Fresh, open-plan, modern pool and facilities with great café and other leisure options.  Careful to select Holiday Timetable as necessary!    

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The Salisbury Museum

The Salisbury Museum sits in an idyllic setting in the Cathedral Close in Salisbury. It houses the history of Old Sarum, the Pitt-Rivers archaeology story,the intriguing history of Wessex, visiting specialist art collections and much more.  

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Chalke Valley History Festival

The renowned Chalke Valley History Festival is well worth booking a special visit for.  Packed with entertainment that is as exciting as it is educational, it is a chance to be transported back in time by some of our finest historians and historical re-enactment organisations.  

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Kennet and Avon Canal

Home to the Kennet and Avon Canal Museum and Gift Shop, as well as the restored canal, come and take a walk and view the beautiful surroundings. 

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Wookey Hole and Caves

Wookey Hole is a wonderful and unique Somerset family attraction. Come for a great day out and view Britain’s most spectacular caves and home of the infamous Witch of Wookey! 

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Paultons Park

Paultons Park is the home of Peppa Pig World. It is a family theme park located in the Hampshire. It features rides and attractions, birds and animals, beautiful landscapes and gardens, and much more!

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Wilton Shopping Village

Visit Wilton Shopping Village and enjoy a great day out in a relaxed riverside setting where you'll discover a historic courtyard, shops, restaurants and an antique centre.

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Great Dorset Steam Fair

If you're looking for an excellent fun and action packed day out for all the family, you'll love the Great Dorset Steam Fair. The show has something for everyone, whatever your interests!

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GoSkydive

Go Skydive is the UK’s most popular skydiving centre for thrillseekers looking to experience the rush of leaping out of a plane for the first time. We’ve helped over 14,000 novices complete their first jumps in tandem with an experienced professional at our base at Old Sarum airfield in Salisbury.

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Salisbury International Arts Festival

The Art's festival takes place on 22nd May until 6th June 2015. Events are mostly free, with exhibitions and music on offer as well as comedy and theatre performances.

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