Stonehenge Touring Park

Salisbury, Wiltshire

Enquire Now You enquired

Stonehenge Touring Park has been run by the same family for more than 25 years and has a lovely homely feel to it. It is ideally located near the iconic Stonehenge and therefore makes it the perfect place to stay when visiting this famous landmark.

Motorhomes, caravans and tents are all welcome here, and a number of camping pods are also available for hire. It is a small site but all the facilities are of a high standard, which is why Stonehenge Touring Park made it into Caravan Sitefinder, Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome's Top 100 Site Guide 2014, and featured in the top 10 sites for camping list in that guide.

This Wiltshire campsite is grassy and level, with 12 hardstanding pitches for caravans and motorhomes, as well as ample grass for tents. The owners allow dogs to stay on site, but they must be kept on a short lead and under the control of an adult at all times.

Stonehenge Touring Park has all the facilities you need with a heated toilet and shower block offering constant hot water for the washbasin and showers. It has other facilities, including hair dryers, baby changing and shaver points, all for free.

There is also a launderette with a washing machine, a tumble dryer, a deep sink with free hot water, a rotary washing line and an iron. Fancy a camp fire? Stonehenge Touring Park supplies mobile fire pits, and firewood and kindling are available to buy in the campsite shop if needed.

The on site shop also sells all the essentials, so don’t panic if you’ve run out of milk or eggs, or just fancy a bottle of wine. There is also a cash machine.

Stonehenge Touring Park is less than or around an hour from Shaftesbury, Southampton and Bath, and just half an hour from Salisbury, making it a great base for exploring these places and the pretty surrounding areas.

This may be a small campsite, but it has all the right qualities and charms that encourage customers to return time and again.

Open all year.

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Wireless internet

Accommodations:
20 Touring pitches, 20 Motorhome pitches, 30 Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:

Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral, Longleat, Avebury Ring, Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm, Middle Wallop Air Museum, Warminster and Devizes and many more.


Stonehenge Touring Park (www)

Orcheston
Wiltshire, South West England
United Kingdom
SP3 4SH
Write review

Reviews

Overall rating

4.5 stars

Based on 7 review(s)

Scotland

5.0 stars

just perfect, our first time in a motor home and could not have stayed at a more accommodating, friendly site. Quiet, beautiful surroundings, washing, ablution facilities and services for water, drainage etc all super.

Devon

5.0 stars

Fantastic site, friendly staff nothing was too much trouble, quaint & quiet, fresh bread and food available as well as a well stocked shop, lovely little site that we just happened upon will most definitely go back.

Property manager response (02 Jun 2015)

Thank you for your lovely review. We are glad you enjoyed your stay, and look forward to welcoming you back in the future.

London

5.0 stars

We have enjoyed staying at this campsite for 6 years. we like the size and the friendly atmosphere . It is a mix of tents and motorhomes with a really useful and reasonably priced shop. Reading the other reviews I would like to say that I find nothing wrong with the showers or toilets they are cleaned every day including sunday. Yes sometimes they are a bit steamy but that is going to happen with lots of people using the showers quickly one after the other .most people use their common sense and leave the door open for a while and there is a mop and bucket to use if you need to . The lighting inside the toilets is very good it comes on automatically as you enter through the night. Outside the toilets / shower / washing block the lights are also on all Night which is very helpful and reassuring if you want to stay up late or get up early. The owners Julie and Rob are very friendly and helpful they lent us a coat when ours was locked in the car with the offer of wellie boots if we needed them. They offer good value for money in the shop and in their accommodation prices. We go in June for a week as a family with grown up children and a dog we like to visit the beautiful surrounding countryside and attractions . We have already booked and are looking forward to our week for next year.

Durham

2.0 stars

This is a small site in a pretty area. It was very crowded when we were staying and thus very noisy (often until midnight). The owners were helpful and friendly. The shop was open from 9am to 9pm which was handy. The toilets and showers were grotty with old wooden doors which you have to really slam to close. In the ladies block the 2 showers had no lights so were very dark. Also there were no opening windows in the ladies amenities so everything - the mirrors, toilets & floors were soaking wet with condensation in the morning. There are no disabled toilets or showers (for ladies anyway). It was a bit annoying that you have to keep pressing the hot taps (about 5-6 times to wash your hands - as it runs for 2 seconds) and the showers (about 15-18 times for an average shower). I wouldn't stay here again.

Property manager response (01 Sep 2011)

We are very disappointed to have received this type of review from this customer as during their five night stay they did not mention once any problems they were experiencing even though we spoke to them morning and evening. The toilet and shower block has been completely refurbished inside and out over the last two years with, amongst other fixtures and fittings, new internal and external doors, vented windows and new lighting. This was the customer’s second visit to us and the push taps and push showers were in situ at their previous visit. We have push taps and showers as they are economically friendly and cannot be left on to run and run therefore wasting water. With regards to noise, we walk the site at 11pm every night to ensure that everything is quiet, however, should an incident occur after this time our mobile numbers are listed on the information sheet that every customer is given on arrival, and we ask them to ring in at any hour of the day or night, so that we can deal with any problem which may be occurring - immediately.

Hampshire

5.0 stars

We stumbled on this site by accident, what a wonderful site, the owners are extremely helpful and their knowledge of the local area extensive. Adequate facilities which are kept spotlessly clean and the bonus of a very reasonably priced shop on site, it is peaceful with lovely views would highly recommend this site to anyone, a bonus is wifi on site for £5 for the duration of your stay, makes a change from the usual £5 for an hour at some places

yorkshire

5.0 stars

What a fantastic Gem of a site small and quiet, very clean facilities block which was heated between 6.00am and 10.00am and again between 6.00pm and 11.00pm.

After reading the previous review about this site we came to the conclusion we were not visiting the same site.

The owners were very friendly and helpful.

The shop was closed during our visit, but we have found this on many many sites over the winter period.

We did ask about the ratings system and were told that all parks are graded every year so not just once and forgotten about.

We would definetly return here again.
Stonehenge Touring Park, Salisbury, Wiltshire

3.0 stars

Maybe open all winter. No heated ablutions. very cold and damp. One cold water stand pipe frozen in cold weather. No shop closed. Overgrown concrete slabs as stands. Two WC for men + two urinals. Chemical disposal in the dark no wash facility tank always empty. Good washing machine£3, clothes dyer 50p very poor does not dry clothes. There is power hook up£2.50 a night [expensive]. A run down site, which needs TLC. How it got three stars ?? maybe many moons ago.If this is three stars whats a one like. My first time and last.
THere are some lovley sites about at the same price as well.