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Visitor Reviews - Stonehenge Touring Park

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Stonehenge Touring Park
Wiltshire   (Browse area)
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Tel: 01980 620304

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Pitches: 30
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 111 Reviews
              8/10 from 111 Reviews

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Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Lassitude 2 reviews from this member

We've just got back from a wonderful long weekend at Stonehenge Touring Park. This is what we thought:

The Staff- Very friendly. They were exceedingly helpful and made you feel more like guests than customers.

The Atmosphere- It's a small touring park so there's no space to hide in the corner away from fellow campers. This made for a more friendly atmosphere. We had many conversations with other guests and this made the stay memorable. There are many European visitors to this site- on our long weekend I would estimate 50% were French / Dutch / German. I've always found European campers to be friendly, polite, and well behaved. At 11:00pm the noise curfew starts. This was generally adhered to and was enforced with polite words for the odd person who had perhaps had too many glasses of wine round the campfire. We had no issues with noise waking us up.

Facilities- Were basic but clean and well maintained. We had no problems with queues for loos / showers / dishwashing facilities during our stay and the campsite was pretty much full. The shop was small but had many essential items including canned food, pastries, a freezer with instant meals, camping essentials, Gas, treats for the children and chilled wine and beer. The only thing it lacked was fresh vegetables.

The firepits and barbecues that could be hired by the night also seemed to be popular.

Summary- We would visit this site again and recommend it to friends. It's not perfectly manicured and there are sites with better facilities. What Stonehenge Touring Site had was a friendly atmosphere in an ideal location for the large number of attractions in the area.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Siblings4 1 review from this member

Visited for the second time with friends and were not disappointed. We had a large pitch around an open fire and thoroughly appreciated the free pile of logs that was awaiting us on a arrival. Wardens could not have been more accommodating and helpful even mowed out a rounders pitch for us and joined husbands on a guided run!

Plenty of space to pitch our tents, and although we were in tents, A303 didn't bother us at all. There isn't any shelter but we have our own shelter that we take whenever we camp so it really wasn't a problem.

New shower block for ladies' is a huge improvement on the previous years facilities; plenty of space to get changed, lots of hot water. Too hot sometimes. Portaloos in field are not our favourite but are ok for middle of the night emergencies and none of the pitches are any distance from the shower/toilet block. Have been on plenty of sites that have much further to walk, so the portaloos actually feel like an added bonus. Is a plan in place to update the men's.

Great walks from the site along the river and into the village, where you can refresh with a pint and pick up supplies for the bbq from the farm shop before walking home. You do have to walk along the road if you chose to do a circular walk but it really wasn't a problem - our children ranged from 10-14.

As a half way house to meet friends from London and New Forest this is perfect. We have tried a few over the years and book our return visits before we leave.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Nickscum 8 reviews from this member

We used this campsite mainly as a base for visiting Longleat, the New Forest & Stone Henge. We stayed 3 nights & loved the fact that there are no marked pitches. Plenty of room for us to have 2 games of badminton going on!

We have 3 children (2 x 9 year olds & a 7 year old) & they liked the play area, which is small, but kept them occupied on many an occasion.

The owners of the site were very helpful & friendly.

The facilities were adequate. 2 sinks for washing up, 3 toilets & 2 showers. The toilet block was clean enough & there was a hairdryer you could use at no extra cost.

There were horses in the field next door, which the children liked.

This is a campsite that many Europeans seem to use as a base ie. Dutch, Germans, Swiss, French.

We would definitely go back.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: TheChristerFamily 9 reviews from this member

We have just got back from this gem of a campsite. Camping with friends for the weekend. The owners couldn't be more friendly and helpful, freezing our drinks as the weather was so hot, walking round occasionally to check campers were happy.

The shop on site was well stocked with all the basics you would need as well as camping essentials. The site is very small and cosy and has a great atmosphere about it.

There is a small climbing frame/trail thing in the centre, but to be honest it doesn't need it, most people were playing their own games around it.

The toilets and showers were always clean, water was a little tepid, but maybe because the site was full.

We didn't venture out as only there for weekend, but there are pubs walking distance or a short drive.

Over all a great campsite and we will be returning again next year.

Date of Visit: June 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Clickerjac 7 reviews from this member

A small family run site with a really well stocked shop which doubles as the village shop. It is a small level field surrounded by trees in a valley. It would be an idyllic setting on days when the army aren't practising up on Salisbury Plain. There are a mixture of hard standing and grass pitches with or without electricity. The facilities are clean but the ladies has very poor ventilation (no opening windows) and smells of damp. Again there are pushbutton showers, I realise why they are popular with campsite owners but I don't like them because they are never adjusted correctly. I also noticed that there are no lights in the showers so no late night showering! One hair dryer is provided. The washing up sinks are well protected in a deep porch (needed as it rained hard when we were there). Picnic tables are available to move near your pitch, ideal for those in tents. Despite the occasional noise of guns it is a very pleasant site. It is not as near to Stonehenge as I anticipated (5 miles away) but not a big problem.

Date of Visit: June 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Discoverystu 10 reviews from this member

Small site tucked out of the way. Friendly atmosphere and very quiet. Small children's play area. Showers / toilets are clean. There was plenty of room for our group of 7 vehicles and its nice that the owners allowed us to use the site 7 guys with 4x4 going off to explore the plains. Wifi is free but found had to be quite close to the reception / shop. Shop stocked various items so handy if you forgot anything. Local co-op and town 5 mins drive away. Shame no fires allowed but I understand the reasons why. All in all great site to spend 2 nights on.

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