Wiltshire County Cricket Club was established in January 1893. It has played minor counties cricket from 1895 and played List A cricket from 1964 to 2005, using a varying number of home grounds during that time. Their first home minor counties fixture in 1895 was against Bedfordshire at the County Ground, Trowbridge, while their first home List A match came 69 years later against Hampshire in the 1964 Gillette Cup at Hardenhuish Park, Chippenham.
The thirteen grounds that Wiltshire have used for home matches since 1895 are listed below, with statistics complete through to the end of the 2014 season.
Below is a complete list of grounds used by Wiltshire County Cricket Club when it was permitted to play List A matches. These grounds have also held Minor Counties Championship and MCCA Knockout Trophy matches.
|List A||Minor Counties Championship||MCCA Trophy|
| Hardenhuish Park ||Chippenham||2 May 1964|
|1 May 2001|
v Derbyshire Cricket Board
|2||26 June 1902|
|25 July 1989|
|47||5 May 2002|
v Somerset Cricket Board
|8 June 2003|
| The County Ground ||Swindon||29 June 1983|
|4 July 1984|
|2||3 August 1897|
|24 May 1998|
v Wales Minor Counties
|84||25 June 2000|
v Gloucestershire Cricket Board
|16 June 2002|
| County Ground ||Trowbridge||24 June 1987|
|22 June 1993|
|3||1 July 1895|
|4 August 2013|
v Wales Minor Counties
|123||12 August 1983|
|29 May 2011|
v Wales Minor Counties
| Salisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club ||Salisbury||2 May 2000|
|3 May 2005|
|3||4 July 1905|
|7 September 2014|
17 May 1998
Below is a complete list of grounds used by Wiltshire County Cricket Club in Minor Counties Championship and MCCA Knockout Trophy matches.
|Minor Counties Championship||MCCA Trophy|
|British Rail Ground||Swindon||29 May 1901|
|21 June 1992|
|Wellhead Lane||Westbury||7 August 1912|
v Surrey Second XI
|3 August 2003|
|15||15 August 2004|
|30 April 2006|
|Melksham||Melksham||26 August 1912|
|28 July 1922|
| Marlborough College Ground ||Marlborough||6 August 1920|
|8 July 1993|
7 August 1983
|London Road||Devizes||20 August 1965|
|20 July 2014|
|27||31 May 1992|
|13 May 2013|
|The Worthys||Malmesbury||26 July 1972|
|19 August 1976|
|Savernake Forest Ground||Marlborough||7 August 1994|
|16 July 2000|
|Station Road||Corsham||14 June 1998|
|22 June 2014|
|17||1 June 1997|
|15 June 2014|
|Sambourne Road||Warminster||only match:|
11 June 2000
|1||27 June 1999|
v Warwickshire Cricket Board
|25 May 2014|
v Wales Minor Counties
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