Longleat Safari Park: one of the top tourist destinations in the UK and no wonder. There's the infamous Monkey 'Drive-thru' - leave the Lambourgini at home for this one - the East African Reserve, where you can watch giraffe and zebra grazing, the huge Longleat House to explore with a selection of Lord Bath's murals and the safari park itself with lions, tigers and wolves prowling. And recently Longleat have teamed up with BBC Earth's Steve Backshall and the Deadly 60, with the Park's Deadliest Safari being one of its most popular routes and attractions; there are even live shows with the well-buffed, never less than excited Steve Backshall himself, luring in crowds of excited mums, sorry, kids from the far reaches of our fair country. So, you know you want to go, now you need to find places to stay near Longleat that won't cost and arm and a leg (sorry, jokes about missing limbs when you're about to enter a lion enclosure are probably in bad taste.)
Now, we're not suggesting that you pitch your tent within the grounds of the sarafi park itself - we like a bit of excitement at Campsite Chatter, but we do draw the line at this kind of adrenaline camping - but why not camp nearby and make a fun weekend of your visit? That way you can get to Longleat bright and early without the battle of a long journey and can relax at the end of the day, back at one of these campsites near Longleat Safari Park, for a drink or two and a barbeque. Organising your camping near Longleat has just been made one big step easier.
Search our listing of campsites near Longleat, using the individual site details to find a pitch that suits you and your family's needs. Have a great holiday!