Stopover/site In Amesbury

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  1. Babyell

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    We need to do one night in Amesbury. Can anyone recommend a safe stopover or campsite (other than stone henge touring park) in Amesbury or within a mile or two.

    Thanks :)
     
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    CCC club site a Salisbury, head to Salisbury from Amesbury and it is on your right just before Salisbury, it is not visible from the main road but just after you pass old Sarum you will see a very large field on your right, turn in at signs for Rugby club and follow signs for site, it is within walking distance of Salisbury city centre, we stay there quite often.
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    I have tried the C&CC ones but they want minimum 2 nights :(
     
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    A little further out but might be worth a try Brades Acre Caravan Park, Tilshead or Summerlands Caravan Park which is the other side of Salisbury. Or maybe try Coombe Caravan Park, Salisbury race course.
     
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    Do you mind parking in a layby?

    If not - as you come out of Amesbury by going past the fire station as you hit the top of the rise there is a layby on your left.
     
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    Or if you need others around, use the lorry park at Solstice Park.
    Or for solitude, the un-metalled by-way overlooking Stonehenge.
     
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