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Stonehenge Touring Park
one of the Top 100 UK Sites
This award, for the
sixth year running,
means a lot to us because they're not awarded by tourist board
inspectors, judges or a panel of 'experts', they're voted for by
people just like you - our guests - who've enjoyed their stay with
us so much that they've taken the time to vote. So Thank you so very
much to all the guests who gave us a vote, we hope to see you again
very soon, and if you've not stayed with us yet, you know that
you're going to be staying at one of the top sites in the UK !
Did you enjoy your stay at Stonehenge
We'd be really grateful if you would rate your stay with us for
the TOP 100 Caravan Sites survey. It only takes a moment to
complete the online survey.
Start by clicking the 'Vote Here' button on the left logo. Type
'Wiltshire' into the 'Which county did you stay in?' box, then
start typing 'Stonehenge Touring Park' into the 'Which
site....?' and the park name will appear. The
Practical Caravan TOP 100 Caravan Sites survey is totally
independent and very important to us here at Stonehenge Touring
Park. Thank You...
We are very pleased to have been
upgraded to the Three Gold Pennants grading award from the
Automobile Association this year.
AA Pennant rated Parks achieve an overall
quality score as a percentage, which helps differentiate parks
with the same Pennant rating.
AA Gold Pennants are awarded to the very
best camping parks with a Quality Score of 90% and above within
the Pennant ratings.
This small, homely park has been
family owned and run since 1985 and since 2000 it has been owned and run by daughter Julie Young
and her Family.
They are always available and
pleased to welcome their visitors and provide all their local
is informal and yet maintained to the highest standards. It
3 Star rating
English Tourist Board
3 Gold Pennants
amongst its gradings.
is grassy and level with
12 hard standings
for caravans and motorhomes with ample grass for tents. There
electric hook-up points
for caravans, motorhomes and tents (guidance on
hook-ups). There is a chemical disposal
point with flush and a waste water point for Motorhomes.
The toilet and shower block
is heated and supplies
free hot water
for wash basins and showers. It has ample facilities, including
baby changing, hair dryers and shaver points for which there is
no additional charge.
has a washing machine, tumble dryer, deep sink with
hot water, rotary washing line and a
to use iron.
area is covered and is supplied with
free hot water.
is bright and airy and
incorporates a small shop
able to provide campers with goods ranging from a toothbrush to an excellent
bottle of wine, from a box of matches to a gas cylinder, at very competitive
prices (unlike most campsite shops). Circumstances demand that the shop is
open all year (open Easter to 1st October).
is available for
Mobile Fire Pits and
available to hire (limited
availability) for only £5 per night (£5 refundable deposit). Fire wood (£5) and kindling
(£3) is sold in the shop if required, or bring your own.
not good, even with digital, due to the geographical
location of the park, Satellite dish alignment is limited due to
the location of the trees on the park. These factors also effect
the signal for some
mobile telephone networks.
are permitted on site but they must be kept on a short leash and
under the control of an
at all times.
is also a small section of
play apparatus for children
to play on, in the middle of the park.
is in the historic village of
(mentioned in the
written in 1085) on the fringe of Salisbury Plain so popular
with those interested in its unique flora and fauna.
are 2 public houses
within 3 miles of the site, The Rose and Crown in Tilshead where you can get
excellent food and real ale,
and The Plume of Feathers in Shrewton (no
there are also take away
establishments approximately 5-7 miles away (Indian,
Chinese, Kebab and Pizza, Pizza Hut, Burger King, McDonalds,
KFC, Harvester, Weatherspoons and of course, Fish & Chips) some actually deliver here.
There is also a Co-op supermarket
in the next village of Shrewton (approx. 1.5 miles) and
Tesco, Lidl, Aldi and Co-Op in Amesbury (approx 7 miles).
is well positioned as a touring centre.
with its fascinating history beginning in the Iron Age Fort of
still remarkably preserved. The City is unique in that the whole
population just built a new city and moved.
a mysterious megalithic stone circle built nearly 6,000 years
The New Forest
- 144 sq miles of ancient hunting ground of English
where once stood the Royal Palace of King Egbert who in 829 ad ,
regarded as the first King of England.
- the ancient capital of England. Visit the thirteenth century
Great hall and see the famous table, hence the Knights of the
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