Stonehenge with a motorhome

The title says it all, a visit to Stonehenge with a motorhome. There is no dedicated motorhome parking area, but at this time of year, the car park area was quiet enough to straddle a few spaces. Parking is either free or, at busy times, charged at £5.00, but this is then knocked off the admission cost.

Camping and Caravanning Club Salisbury

The Stones are viewable with a zoom lens frm a “non-payable” distance

It’s possible to walk to within about 300 metres of the stones, without paying an official entrance fee. However, from this distance, views of the stones are limited as can be seen from the photograph above.

However, if Stonehenge is of interest, then it is worth paying the admission fee, currently £17.50 per person. Family and group tickets are available. Note that Stonehenge now has an allocated time slot for visitors and you can prebook on line. The admission fee does of course allow access to the stones and museums.

Here are a few photographs. Arriving at the stones from the visitor centre, I walked in an anticlockwise direction around the stones. The photo’s reflect this.

Stonehenge with a motorhome

Stonehenge with a motorhome

Stonehenge with a motorhome

Stonehenge with a motorhome

Stonehenge with a motorhome



Stonehenge is managed by the National Trust. Details, prices and bookings are available here.

There are numberous campsites in the area. The Motorhome Voyager stayed at the Camping and Caravanning Club, Salisbury.


  1. Mark March 15, 2018
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