Salisbury Plain is a chalk plateau in central southern England covering 300 square miles (780 km2). It is part of the Southern England Chalk Formation and largely lies within the county of Wiltshire, with a little in Hampshire.
The plain is famous for its rich archaeology, including Stonehenge, one of England's best known landmarks. Largely as a result of the establishment of the Army Training Estate Salisbury Plain (ATE SP), the plain is sparsely populated and is the largest remaining area of calcareous grassland in north-west Europe.
Stonehenge Campsite is just 15 minutes from Salisbury Plain and so makes and ideal campsite to stay at if you are planning a Mountain Biking expedition, walking holiday or just taking in the breathtaking beauty of Salisbury Plain.