Yesterday we took a leisurely drive down to Wiltshire, taking in the magnificent countryside, along with the fresh, and not so fresh air as we went. 

We were delivering a 1992 Silver Egale Fiat Ducato 14 to our customer, whilst handing over the Forest RIver Georgetown RV which we had sold for hIm.

On our way we passed historic Stonehenge, and until yesterday i didn't know, that there was a Woodhenge.  Stonehenge is one of the world's most impressive prehistoric monuments. The construction of the ditch and surrounding embankment dates to 3100 BCE, and radiocarbon dating indicates that placement of the standing stones took place between 2400 and 2200 BCE. The age-old question of how the giant standing stones got there remains unanswered.

We Arrived at The Stonehenge Touring Park which is a family run campsite established for over 30 years near the ancient monument of Stonehenge. Situated in the heart of Wiltshire on the edge of Salisbury Plain.

The Park is informal and yet maintained to the highest standards. It enjoys 3 Star rating from the English Tourist Board and the prestigious 3 Pennant Gold Award from Automobile Association amongst its gradings.

.The Site is grassy and level with 12 hard standings for caravans and motorhomes with ample grass for tents. There are 20 electric hook-up points for caravans, motorhomes and tents .

There is a reception and onsite shop stocking all the necessities, a Laundry room and information hut.

Our experience for the short few hours that we were here was that it was a very well kept friendly park with very good and clean facilities along with a great welcome from the owner Ashley. Take a look at the website if you are look for a great peaceful place to take your motorhome or pitch up your tent. take a look at the website.