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Devizes Camping & Caravanning Club Campsite

Spout Lane, Melksham, Wiltshire, South West. SN12 6RN
 
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Pitches:Motorhomes accepted   (90)Caravans accepted   (90)Tents acceptedNo Holiday HomesNo LodgesNo Seasonal PitchesNo Camping Pods
Opening Times:All year
Prices:From £22.90 (2 adults, pitch, electric)
 

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Only built fairly recently Devizes Camping and Caravanning Club campsite is located in Seend, next to the Kennet and Avon Canal. The campsite offers 90 pitches, including hardstandings and has a modern toilet block. The canal side location of the campsite is its real appeal and about a mile away is Caen Hill which has a fantastic flight of 29 locks which takes hours to negotiate in a narrow boat. If pedalling is your thing then the canal towpath can take you to places like Bradford on Avon, Devizes (where they have the very mother of breweries) or even to Bath.
Wiltshire is another of England’s unlikely heroes in the holiday business. This landlocked county has no seaside, no mountains, no lakes, and really no great rivers either to attract the masses, and so it doesn’t. However Wiltshire does get more than a few of us travellers examining it, and for some very good reasons. One of them is the Kennet and Avon Canal, which links the Thames with the River Avon, and Bristol. In its day it was a startling piece of engineering, and its day is still with us, as it is still a wonderful engineering feat. Perhaps the most appealing feature of the canal is the flight of 29 locks at Caen Hill.

This campsite sits right next to the canal, about a mile from the bottom of this amazing spectacle. This campsite is only a few years old so the comprehensive facilities are very good indeed. There’s a lot more to Wiltshire than the canal, and within a few miles are the mystical pre-historic, and very atmospheric scenes at Avebury and Silbury Hill. If pedalling is your thing then the canal towpath can take you, free from the traffic, to places like Bradford on Avon, Devizes (where they have the very mother of breweries) or even to Bath – centre of culture (etc) and some ferocious shopping hazards. And if you’ve got one then don’t forget your canoe.
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