I used this site for a one night stop over on a cycle from lands end to John O Grotes, the site was easy to find and I was very glad of a nice hot shower when I got there late after a 100 mile plus ride.
I was warmly welcomed to this site and very well looked after while I was there.
All the facilities were very good and worked well.
This campsite is well placed with good access to the route I was on A49.
We visit family in the area so we have stayed here five times over the last few years.
This is a Camping and Caravan Club site but it also takes other people, it has some long term residential pitches and mobile working men on site. No barrier system just an open gate.
It is a very small site, it has some hard standing with electric hookup, also grass pitches with electric hookup. I also have seen tents on site. Chickens get let out in a morning and roam about the site.
The owners are friendly, if they are not about I usually pitch up and catch them later, I ask them if I can do this on the phone so its OK. Sometimes you don't seem to catch them till the next day. Make sure you ring the bell by the gate and not go to the house as there are roaming guard dogs about!
There is a small toilet block, men to the left and ladies to the right, the doors to both side are left usually open. Two showers, 20p piece which gives about 6 mins and two toilets each side, wash basins with only cold water. The showers have just a shower curtain, not a problem but I found a man getting washed one morning in the ladies! These are clean in a morning but do get grubby through the day. They also have a washing machine/dryer.
Owners where friendly and helpful, we stayed one night, £5 electric card lasted the night leaving meter 10p in debit, on this we ran the fridge, hot water and lights.
We didn't use the toilets or showers as we used the ones in the caravan. No lights in toilets so very dark, toilets/showers clean but in need of finishing off work on the outside which gives them a tatty unkempt look.
Old toilets converted for chemical toilet disposal and storage for the owners. Clever idea to use two of the old soil pipes from the old toilets and brick up around them to make the disposal area. Top marks for this, two people can be emptying at the same time, most CL sites only have one disposal point.
We used it as a one night stop off on the way up to Scotland and to visit Lego discovery land that is very close by.
This is a Camping and caravan club certified site although it was not really a touring site seems to be mostly long term and residential. Owners are friendly and helpful first £5 of electricity included but seems to be set at very high rate. We paid £30 for 3 nights plus £15 on electric cards. Showers are 20p no hot water or heating in toilet block but washer and dryer are available (on meters) Very muddy site but there are hard standings. People on motorbikes riding around the site at the weekend and lots of van movements so parents would need to be aware. No security or gate on site so wheel locks required.
Tent campers have more choice and better locations with field next to road although this does look rather wet and boggy at present.
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