Wiltshire Holiday Parks
Lodges, Caravans, Camping, Glamping & Touring Parks in Wiltshire
Wiltshire is a stunning but often overlooked place to spend a holiday. With almost half of the county being designated as an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty and plaing host to both The Cotswolds and New Forest, if you thought you knew Wiltshire it's time to think again!. Campsites, glamping villages, family holiday parks and boutique luxury lodges with hot tubs are scattered throughout the rolling woodland and countryside. Wiltshire is famous for its history and culture and none is more iconic prehistoric stone circle at Stonehenge on the Salisbury Plain.
You might not have heard of the National Trust village of Lacock, but there's every chance you'll recognise it from the Harry Potter fils and TV's Cranford. Salisbury is famous for it's cathedral; the tallest spire in England and you can discover the story of the original settlement at Old Sarum, and Iron Age hill fort. Wiltshire should be on every culture and history lovers to-do list, with stone circles, hill forts, cathedrals and seven white horses carved into the fabulous countryside the county is a beautiful, peaceful place to vist time after time.
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The Cotswolds cover an area of around 800 square miles and runs through five counties including Wiltshire. It's a land of rolling hills, woodlands and quaint villages with plenty to see and do for the whole family. From exploring historic houses and gardens like Berkeley Castle and Blenheim Palace to sampling some of the local food and drink in the gastro pubs, there is always something to see and do whatever time of year you visit.
The New Forest covers southeast Wiltshire and stretches to the coast in southwest Hampshire. Once a royal hunting ground for William the Conqueror, it covers an area of 566 sq kms and is made up of woodland, heathland and river valleys. Its an area of incredible beauty which is one of the reasons by holiday parks in this part of Wiltshire are extremely popular throughout the year.
The historical world heritage site of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain is normally top of the list of things to see whilst in Wiltshire. The world class exhibition and visitor centre showcases 250 ancient objects as well as a 5,500 year old man. You can also explore Neolithic Houses and learn about Neolithic life.
Longleat is an Elizabethan stately home set within 900 acres of landscaped grounds. It has many attractions like its world famous drive through safari where you can see zebras, wolves, big cats and monkeys to name a few. There is also a railway to ride on around the park and a Jungle Cruise boat where sea lions swim alongside you.
Old Sarum is the site of the impressive Iron Age hill fort which started started life over 2,000 years aroun 400B.C. You can wander around the ruins of the medieval castle built in1070 by William the Conqueror.
Over the years, it has been used by the Saxons, Normans and Romans as a command post but these days, it's a hotspot for visitors wanting to find out more about the rich history of Salsbury.