Stonehenge Park
Orcheston
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP3 4SH
United Kingdom
 
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Telegraph.co.uk  Ten great sightseeing campsites. Jonathan Knight, Natalie Paris and Joanna Symons traverse hill and dale, sea and channel to bring you the best campsites in Britain and Europe. Here are 10 they recommend for sightseeing trips. (Published July 2009)

Gemz Massage Massages when you need them most.  Gemma Young BSC Hons is a fully qualified sports massage therapist, so if you have an injury, aches and pains or just need pampering why not contact our on site therapist.

Local Bus (Route No.2) The nearest bus stop is at Orcheston bus shelter (about 5 minutes walk).

Salisbury Train station is about 12 miles away.

Stonehenge Monument  visitor centre is about 3.5 miles away (SP3 4DX). Last admission time is 2 hours before the advertised closing time. Entrance to Stonehenge is now managed through timed tickets and advance booking is strongly recommended. Pre-booking is the only way to guarantee entry on the day and at the time of your choice. This includes FREE visits by English Heritage and National Trust members.

Longleat House and Safari Park is about 37 minutes drive (BA12 7NW). Book tickets online at a discounted price.

Walking in Wiltshire and Walkers Web are both websites containing free downloadable maps for walking.

Wilton House stands on the site of a ninth century nunnery founded by King Alfred, is about 22 minutes drive.

Salisbury Cathedral is considered one of the leading examples of Early English architecture and has the tallest church spire in the United Kingdom (123m/404 ft), is about 13 miles away.

Avon Springs Fly Fishing Lakes are about 8 miles away in the village of Durrington, Telephone:01980 653557.

Visit Wiltshire the official tourism website for Wiltshire.

National Trust ideas for days out visits.

Salisbury Tourist Information: Telephone: 01722 334956. Fish Row, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 1EJ.

Amesbury Tourist Information: Telephone: 01980 622833. The Library, Smithfield Street, Amesbury, Wiltshire SP4 7AL.

Shrewton Village  community website for local information and events.

Heathrow Airport Guide  is an information resource covering everything to do with the airport and the local surrounding area. A guide for other UK airports and the 'transport - Rail, Coach and bus' section can be very useful and can also be found here.

Downton Diggers. Demolition work, site clearances and groundworks. A medium sized family run business with over 35 years experience, Downton Diggers offer a wide variety of groundworks and building services.

Stonehenge Touring Park, are very pleased with all the ground works carried out here by Barry of Downton Diggers, and would willing recommend them to anyone.

Wilverley Scout Campsite  City of Southampton District Scout Council Campsite in the New Forest. It is an excellent base for visits to many of the natural and historical places of interest in the area, and in addition to being not far from the sea, the New Forest is an ideal location for walking and scouting activities.

(All distances and times are taken from Google maps and although we have tried to verify these figures, we cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies)