Piccadilly Caravan Park
Near the National Trust village of Lacock, Piccadilly Caravan Park is small family-run site in open countryside.
Piccadilly Caravan Park welcomes touring caravans, motorhomes, tent, and rallies. The site features both hard standing and part grass pitches that are both level. It is landscaped with trees and shrub beds. It features a small play area, an area for ball games, and a dog walk in an adjoining field.
There are a total of 42 pitches, 38 for use of both caravans and tents, 4 just for tents. Facilities include electric hook-ups, gas bottle exchange, shower facilities, a public telephone, a laundrette and a children's play area.
Piccadilly Caravan Park's countryside location provides the perfect place for those who want to sit back and relax, while nearby Chippenham and Bristol provide a range of activities, restaurants, pubs, and shops for some excitement.
Henry Fox-Talbot, pioneer of photography, was once a resident of Lacock Abbey and a museum featuring his photography can be visited in the village. A bus service runs from Lacock village to Chippenham. Chippenham also features a museum and Heritage centre that is free of charge to visit. Piccadilly Caravan Park itself is close to several attractions in northern Wessex, including Longleat, Bath, Salisbury Plain and Stourhead.
We are open from 01 April to 31st October.
Turn off A350 Chippenham to Mellisham road to Folly Lane West, site signposted by caravan symbol. Site on left in 0.25 mile.