Camping and Caravanning Club Salisbury
- Location and surroundings
- Facilities available on site
- Pricing and value for money
- Access for larger 'vans - worth phoning ahead, but generally good.
A peaceful site within easy reach of Salisbury Cathedral and Stonehenge.
User Review( votes)
A mid week arrival at the Camping and Caravanning Club Salisbury saw the site enjoying some late autumn sunshine. A good number of campers were on site despite being towards the end of the season.
The site is set in a slightly elevated location and offers good views over the surrounding area. Many staying at the Camping and Caravanning Club Salisbury will no doubt visit Salisbury with it’s magnificent 13th Century cathedral.
The city centre is easy to access. There is a bus from close to the site entrance or a pleasant, partial river-side walk. The river-wide walk will also take you past a large Waitrose supermarket, so ideal for a grocery top up or a coffee!
Salisbury city centre is a place where old meets new – this Italian restaurant is a perfect example.
Back to the site though, and the facilities are plentiful.
- Two central heated toilet/shower blocks
- Motorhome service point
- Chemical disposal point
- Good sized, indoor pot wash area
- WiFi (chargeable)
- Grass or hardstand pitches
- Electric hook up available
Some of the pitches slope slightly, so motorhomes in particular may require ramps. Note, slightly! Your caravan nose will not be pointing at the moon!
Camping and Caravanning Club Salisbury – close to Stonehenge
On departure day, I asked the site staff about motorhome parking at Stonehenge. I was given lots of information and also details of where to go to see the stones for a “photo shoot” without having to pay for “full access” to the site, museum and shop etc.
This CCC site enjoys and extended opening season, dates and prices on the Club’s website, click here.