Campsites in Wiltshire

Head to Wiltshire and you’ll discover a county of beautiful rolling downland and spectacular wide valleys. At its heart is the vast and spectacular Salisbury Plain, flanked to the north by the Marlborough Downs while to the south are Cranbourne Chase and the West Wiltshire Downs. At Wiltshire’s south eastern tip the New Forest National Park spills over its boundary bringing with it a rich landscape of wood and heathland. In fact, around a half of the county is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ensuring the protection of its landscape, plants and wildlife.

Suffolk Campsites

Devizes Club Campsite
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  • Great site for couples

  • Top site for fishing

  • Top sites for dogs

Our Devizes Club campsite is a lovely quiet and secluded retreat by the side of the Avon and Kennet Canal in the heart of Wilshire. The surrounding countryside is ideal for walkers and cyclists.

Salisbury Club Campsite
Wooded Views Bakewell Camp Site Derbyshire
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  • Great site for families

  • Top site for walking

Our campsite, at Hudson’s Fields great for kite-flying and walking – enjoys fantastic views over the hill fort of Old Sarum, which includes the remains of a pre-historic fortress, a Norman palace, a castle and a cathedral.



More about Wiltshire

Suffolk has a diverse history rich in archaeology, with castles, ancient sites and churches. One of the UK’s greatest archaeological sites at Sutton Hoo reveals the story of the Anglo Saxons that settled down to live their lives in ancient Suffolk. Today Ipswich is the county town, with other important settlements including Lowestoft, Bury St Edmunds and Felixstowe – one of the largest container ports in the whole of Europe.

The Suffolk coast and heaths are designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Dotted around this wonderful environment are unspoilt villages and market towns that make this county so wonderfully special.

All campsites in Suffolk offer plenty of activities and major attractions within easy reach. From medieval churches, nature reserves, the abbey gardens in Bury St Edmunds and the Oasis Camel Centre to name but a few, camping in Suffolk is the perfect holiday for all the family.


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