Wick Farm Camping Site is a working farm which once belonged to the Lacock Abbey Estate with a barn dating back to the 15th Century.
Situated in a very quiet spot 1.5 miles from the National Trust Village of Lacock the campsite has its own lake 'Silverlands' that is well known for coarse fishing.
The campsite also has a shower block with hot showers, toilets and wash basins.
Lacock Abbey is a thirteenth century Nunnery that eventually became the home of William Henry Fox Talbot, a pioneer in photography and there is a Museum of Photography at the Abbey. Today Lacock is famous for being the venue for many period drama productions, most notably 'Pride & Prejudice' and 'Moll Flanders'.
The campsite is in an ideal location for those wanting to visit the city of Bath or the historical houses of Corsham Court, Bowood House, Longleat and Stourhead. Three of Wiltshire's famous white horses carved into the chalk hillside are close by and worth a visit.
There are several golf courses nearby and in the market town of Chippenham just 5 miles away there is a sports centre offering various facilities including a health suite. The surrounding countryside of course gives excellent walking opportunities.
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Rates: From £12.00 - £15.00 per pitch.
Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome.
Groups are welcome.