Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site Salisbury, Wiltshire, South West England, SP1 3SA (Location map)
31st March to 5th January
Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Sitecan be found a short distance outside the city of Salisbury and is one of the most popular camping sites in Wiltshire. We are open from late March until early November and welcome motorhomes, touring campervans and caravans, and tents onto our site, which has 150 pitches offering inspirational views of, and easy access to, the surrounding countryside.
Selected pitches offer electric hook-ups, while convenient facilities for completing laundry, washing up, and disposing of chemical waste are situated across the site. The park is less than a mile from Salisbury Cathedral and the city centre, allowing you to travel there on foot or by car whenever you wish to.
Old Sarum, a small village to the north of our site, is home to several historic sites and ruins, including a prehistoric fortress, a castle, a cathedral, and a Norman fortress. Walking routes from the park often take in Old Sarum as well as other surrounding villages, all of which have their own notable features and attractions for you to enjoy.
Salisbury itself offers everything you want from a city. Everything here points to its famous past, with old architecture, independent local businesses, and a thriving street market dominating the area, although modern chain stores, restaurants, and public houses offering the very best local food and drink can also be found easily. Salisbury is also famous for being close to the Stonehenge UNESCO World Heritage Site, which, although somewhere you’ll only spend a short amount of time, is definitely a place worth seeing.
Paultons Park is a great day out for guests who have bought the whole family along with them, with in excess of 50 rides for all ages and scare-thresholds as well as other attractions and activities. You also have easy access to the New Forest National Park and the popular towns of Southampton and Bournemouth from our site, which offer shopping centres, beaches, and great restaurants, and if this isn’t enough you can always take the ferry to explore the Isle of Wight or even head out to Jersey, Guernsey, and northern France.
Winchester, on the edge of the South Downs National Park, is another well-known cathedral city, and can be reached by driving the picturesque country roads that lead out from Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site. Our park is a great base for walkers who want to explore the local countryside as well for those who want to explore the areas of beauty found all along the southern coast of England.
Old Sarum includes the remains of a prehistoric fortress, a Norman palace, a castle and a cathedral.
Salisbury Cathedral is a 13-century Gothic building, and the attractive historic city also has a selection on independent shops and street markets as well as restaurants, pubs and tearooms. The area is also well known for the stunning ancient monument at Stonehenge, which is a World Heritage Site. For a more modern day out, try Paultons Park, a family theme park with over 50 rides and attractions.
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Northamptonshire 28 Oct 2014
Very friendly site, clean, staff very helpful & cheerful & lovely walks for our 4 legged friends. Salisbury cathedral also allows dogs in which a big plus point for us. Ideal base camp to go visiting from.