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Bush Farm Bison Centre, Warminster

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  • Two families on a camping weekend away. I like this site for its simplicity and value. There are no fancy extras and you pay a fair price for it. We camped in one of the woodland pitches (#2) which ha...  more »
  • My partner and I visited the farm to camp for a night. The pitch was a good size and although not overly secluded, was far enough away from the other pitches that noise was minimal. There is a little ...  more »
  • Went here whilst we were on holiday. The bison are wonderful animals and we were able to get up close to them. There are other animals but not many. I have to be honest and say this attraction could b...  more »
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  • I remember visiting this place as a child on one of their special events and it was brilliant, they had tee-pees and barbecues cooking bison burger and a trailer that took us around the park that gave us a better view of the bison. Visited again recently during a weekday for a nice leisurely stroll, the woods are beautiful and quirky and there are some lovely goats and other animals around the farm. There's also a small museum that shows off the many American Indian artefacts they own, but the place could do with being dusted, there were a lot of cobwebs in there! There's a quaint gift shop with some unique items on offer. Makes a nice little walk 😊
  • My four year old son and I camped for 1 night. It was a beautiful spring day and the wooded camp area was alive with life and bluebells. We made use of the half price farm entrance and as it's closed to the public during the week we had the place to ourselves. My son really enjoyed the animals and we sat and watched a new born bison from the viewing stand. After seeing all the animals we wandered through the woods and fields and took in the views across the surrounding countryside. In the evening we made use of the small play park area before we lit the campfire. We have both had a fantastic time.
  • camped here and had an amazing time. great scenery and beautiful woods
  • If you're looking for a woodland adventure, this is the place to go. For young children right through to adults, there's something for all. On a cycling tour, looking for a place to rest for the night, we came across bison farm online, and thought it would do. It done more than that, so much so, we ended up saying for two nights. Our pitch (pitch 1) was set back a little past the shower block. There was ample room for our two-2 man tents, with loooooads of room for more. There was a brick fire pit, which was free. The farmer sells bags of wood for £5. They're not stingey sizes either. Being huge camping fans, we're used to forreging, so used dead wood that was around us on the floor for our fires. The animals on site were incredible, from rabbits to raccoons, and ostriches​ to bison (obviously there were bison) 😊 For a small fee, you can take a tour of the farm, and see and interact with the animals. I think the small fee goes to keeping the animals. There were 2 toilets and 1 shower in the ladies. Just a wooden shack, with toilets in, what more do you need?! I've only given 4 stars, as the website never advertise having to pay to use the shower. We managed to fine one review which warned us, if not, we wouldn't have taken any cash. The showers are 2 -£1 coins (the old ones). Theres no timer on the shower, the fee is to open the door. We didn't mind paying, as we know the money will go towards the animals, but, think it should've been advertised. The farmer was a lovely welcoming man, and so too was his dogs 😁 We will 100% be going back, no sound of traffic, no pollution, absolutely peaceful, clean and stunning.
  • Fell in love with this place. Camped here many times, the walks and Animals are amazing to see.