Family run and owned for the last 25 years, Stonehenge Touring Park is a small and homely park. For the last 10 years it has been run by Julie Young and her family. The family is always available and is pleased to welcome visitors and provide local information.
The park is maintained to the highest standards, receiving a 3 star rating from the English Tourist Board and 3 Pennants from the automobile association.
The grassy and level site features 12 hard standing areas for caravans and mobile homes as well as plenty of grassy space to set up tents. The site features 20 hook-ups for motorhomes, caravans and tents. For motorhomes there is a chemical disposal point with flush and waste waterpoint.
There is an heated toilet and shower block with free hot water for showers and wash basins. Facilites include baby changing, hair dryers and shaver points for which there is no additional charge.
The park also includes a laundrette that includes a washing machine, tumble dryer, free to use spinner rinse, deep sink with free hot water, rotary washing line and an iron. It also has a covered dishwashing area that is supplied with free hot water.
On site there is a reception area that incorporates a small shop to provide campers with goods. Some featured products are: toothbrushes, wine, a box of matches, gas cylinders, mobile phone top-up, and a cash machine. The shop is only open from April to October.
Stonehenge Touring Park features free Wi-Fi internet access. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a short leash and under the control of an adult at all times.
Within the historic village of Orcheston on the fringe of Salisbury Palin, the Park is of interest to those who want to see its unique flora and fauna.
Within 3 miles there are 4 public houses where you can get excellent food and real ale and 5 miles away are some eat in establishments, some that deliver to the site.
OUT AND ABOUT
Stonehenge Park is well positioned as a touring centre.
? Salisbury with its fascinating history beginning in the Iron Age Fort of Old Sarum, still remarkably preserved. The City is unique in that the whole population just built a new city and moved.
? Stonehenge a mysterious megalithic stone circle built nearly 6,000 years ago.
? The New Forest - 144 sq miles of ancient hunting ground of English Kings.
? Wilton where once stood the Royal Palace of King Egbert who in 829 ad , regarded as the first King of England.
? Winchester - the ancient capital of England. Visit the thirteenth century Great hall and see the famous table, hence the Knights of the Round Table.
By Road: We can be found at the end of a quiet country village called Orcheston. It is sign posted from the main Salisbury to Devizes road (A360), approximately 12 miles from each and only 4 miles from the Stonehenge monument.
By Train: The nearest railway station is in Salisbury.
By Bus: The bus stop is at Orcheston bus shelter 5 minutes from the site.