Composed of four valleys and 4,500 acres of ancient woodlands, Savernake Forest is a remarkable area of Wiltshire. Full of majesty, wildlife, walking routes and more, this ancient forest provides some of the best camping in Wiltshire you can hope to come across.

Take a look at our Postern Hill Campsite below and book your trip to the Savernake Forest today.

Our Campsite in the Savernake Forest:

Postern Hill Campsite, Savernake Forest

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In the idyllic setting of the ancient Savernake Forest, surrounded by a network of tracks and paths, lies the blissful Postern Hill campsite. Completely i... From: £12.40 per night (Two Adults)

About Savernake Forest

walkers in the forest
Passed down through more than 30 generations, Savernake Forest is the only ancient woodland owned privately, rather than by the Crown. The land is leased to the Forestry Commission, and its privately owned status maintained by closing access to it one day a year.

Much like all of England’s stunning ancient forests, Savernake is made up of a variety of inhabitants, from its Oak, Beech and Hazel trees and four species of deer to butterflies and rare birds such as the Firefinch and Lesser Spotted Woodpecker. 

These unique landscapes provide the perfect setting for a relaxing camping holiday in Wiltshire.

Savernake Forest Campsites


One of the more unique campsites in Wiltshire, Postern Hill offers a true forest experience. Nestled deep in the Savernake Forest, pitch up here and you’ll have direct, unrestricted access to the woodlands that surround you.

A mix of pitches mean you can sit in the open, appreciating the views the site offers, or find a more secluded spot amongst the trees to be truly under the canopy. The site offers full toilet and washing facilities, making it accessible for all kinds of campers.

With its abundance of walking and off-road cycling routes, the forest has a wealth of activities for your holiday, whether it be a relaxing stroll or a fast-paced ride across off-road tracks. For more ideas on activities, take a look at our page on things to do in the Savernake Forest.

 
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