To provide you with the best experience, cookies are used on this site. Find out more here.

Allow cookies

Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Hudson Field, Castle Road, Wiltshire, SP1 3SA
Close window

Call direct on:

Tel02477 671 998

Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site overlooking Salisbury Cathedral
  • Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site overlooking Salisbury Cathedral
  • Caravans at Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site
  • Green fields at Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site
  • Dog friendly camping at Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site
  • Entrance to Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site
  • Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site
  • Camping at Salisbury Camping and Caravanning Club Site
  • Caravans parked up near Salisbury


Staying at Salisbury Club Site places you within easy reach of some of the most famous sites in England. The historic centre of Salisbury, known as ‘the city in the countryside’, is an easy 2 mile walk from the campsite and offers many must-see attractions including the famous cathedral - home to the 1215 Magna Carta manuscripts. The cathedral has Britain’s tallest spire, the largest close and cloisters, and a 14th century clock - the oldest working mechanical clock in the world!

Whilst in Salisbury, make time to explore its bustling centre and timbered buildings, and pick up some fresh local produce in the market ready for your evening barbecue.

9 miles from Salisbury is the famous Stonehenge - a must-see on any visit to Wiltshire. One of the world’s most famous prehistoric monuments, this vast ring of ancient standing stones was built around 2500 BC and forms a unique World Heritage Site. Explore the ancient landscape on foot and visit the exhibition and visitor centre, where you can step inside reconstructed Neolithic Houses and experience the everyday lives of our ancestors.

Other local attractions close to Salisbury include the ancient site of Avebury, Old Wardour Castle, and Longleat Safari Park - a great experience for families. After a full day of exploration and fun, relax back at Salisbury Club Site and make use of the site’s modern showers and spacious pitches, complete with lovely views over Old Sarum - an ancient settlement and hill fort.


Share this with friends

Map & Directions

Road Directions

There are two brown signs on the A345, one large brown sign at the entrance to Hudson’s Field and a Camping & Caravanning Club sign. There is a red and White Salisbury Club site sign as you turn right into Hudson’s Filed and a large Club sign on entrance to the site. o A gate which is manually operated between the hours of 7am-11pm.

Public Transport Directions

Nearest train station 1.5 miles from site.

Nearest bus stop 300m uphill to Castle Rd bus stop.


Children & Infants

  • Accept children (Minimum age)

Establishment Features

  • Pets accepted
  • Wireless internet (WiFi) connection available

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking - Overnight parking is available inside the main site gate

Payment Methods

  • Cash & Cheque only
  • Maestro accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Visa accepted


What's Nearby

  1. Old Sarum

    Discover the story of the original Salisbury with a day out to Old Sarum, 2 miles north…

    0.37 miles away
  2. Boscombe Down Aviation Collection

    Collection of aircraft, cockpits, replicas and models weapons and trials equipment to…

    1.01 miles away
  3. Mompesson House

    Queen Anne house with magnificent plasterwork, fine oak staircase, period furniture and…

    1.45 miles away
  1. Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta

    This medieval masterpiece is a ‘must see’ – it has Britain’s tallest spire, biggest…

    1.6 miles away
  2. Stonehenge Landscape - National Trust

    Did you know the famous stone circle is surrounded by other ancient monuments in the…

    6.78 miles away
  3. Stonehenge

    Stonehenge stands impressively as a prehistoric monument of unique importance, a World…

    7.1 miles away
  4. Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm

    Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm AKA Cholderton Charlie's is a Rare Breed Survival Trust…

    7.69 miles away
  5. Jones's Mill - Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

    Jones’s Mill, a nature reserve owned by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is a fen, made up of wet…

    18.2 miles away
  6. All Saints' Church, Alton Priors

    The Perpendicular tower of this lovely Medieval church dominates surrounding fields. It…

    18.81 miles away
  7. Wiltshire Museum

    Discover gold from the time of Stonehenge, find out more about ancient Wiltshire,…

    19.94 miles away
  8. Crofton Beam Engines

    Crofton Pumping Station was built in 1807-9 to supply water to the highest point of the…

    20.2 miles away
  9. Wilton Windmill

    Built in 1821, Wilton Windmill is the only working windmill in Wessex. Open Sundays and…

    20.21 miles away
  10. Kennet & Avon Canal Trust Museum

    Visitors to the museum and tearooms to discover the fascinating story of this delightful…

    20.3 miles away
  11. Wadworth Brewery Visitor Centre

    Family friendly, self guided Visitor Centre and interactive exhibition – Free…

    20.3 miles away
  12. Kenavon Venture

    60 feet long canal boat for up to 45 passengers with a bar, refreshments and on-board…

    20.31 miles away
  13. The Kennet & Avon Canal Trust Devizes

    The Kennet and Avon Canal Trust has been in existence for more than 50 years.

    At Devizes…

    20.32 miles away
Previous Next

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss