We can accept 5-115 Tents and up to 15 MH, VW Campervans &
We are OPEN All year round and our stunning 2 acre Campfire field , on part of our 9 Acre Rural Smallholding
The Campfire & Meadow Fields are Open between 19 March - 30 September each year
If you want to book out the site - you only need 35 Pitches
We have the perfect campsite close to Stonehenge and with good easy access to the major trunk roads M3, M27, A303 & A36. We are very well positioned just off the A303 on the Southern Edge of Salisbury Plain in the Till Valley close to great pubs and outstanding walking, mountain biking and green lanes. We are close to Longleat & Paultons Park as well. We welcome large group bookings. Call us to discuss your booking. The events we hold include:-
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We welcome large Groups ( Max 35-115 Tent Pitches ) and allow Camp Fires in contrast to most other sites. For group bookings we only take a
Small Group 5-10 Pitches £50 Deposit /night stay
Medium Group 10-20 £100 Deposit /night stay
Large groups 20-50 £150 Deposit/night stay
Very Large 50-115 £250 Deposit/night stay
you pay the balance in Advance in July & August and on arrival for the rest of the year
If you would like to hire our facilities 2 Acre Campfire Field, or 1 Acre Meadow/ Family Field Please just book on line & or text William on
Warden Jo on 07786 734732 email email@example.com
Ex Autumn Wander Report - 26th and 27th Sep 2009
Germany, Harrogate, Devon, Chester, Salisbury, Tidworth, Leeds, Devon etc. What an amazing turn out.Throw in some superb trails, basic camping, carrying all your kit (NO support trucks - oh yeah!), a kick ass BBQ, a huge bon fire, few beers, a cooking and mechanical "special stage" and you have a recipe for an outstanding off-road motorcycling event - an amazing weekend with some fantastic rider
The weather was outstanding, the trails were bone dry and plentiful and the riding was simply awesome. Following an early start on the Sat morning, www.stonethengecampsite.co.uk ) . All 20 teams arrived in the campsite before the mandatory 1800hrs cut off except the TBM boys who were hopelessly late having run out of fuel but still having a good time.
Following a chilly night under canvas
@ Stonehenge Campsite the riders were up early for a mechanical and egg banjo cooking competition prior to a second day of bagging even more check points.
The overall event was won by Yoshi and Sarah, but more importantly all the competitors finshed the event in one piece (less a shoulder strain for one unlucky individual sustained in the first hour on the Sat), a broken KTM and a puncture for one of the DGLC riders.
Many thanks for all who entered into the spirit of the event and a special thanks to the admin crew, Kelvin, Archie, Mensa and Scouse.