Some kind reviews from our campers.
Unique campsite, secluded and perfect for a large gathering We were a group of 3 adults and 4 children. It's a beautiful secluded location. You have complete privacy, all you can hear is birdsong. We booked the Tender pitch which comes with a large yurt with a log burner (This really was useful considering that the nights get really cold) ample space for tents and a small sheltered kitchen area. They provided a large kettle for the outdoor shower. There is also a composting toilet. You also have a dedicated area to have a fire (fire pit provided) in the evening which is quite rare in this area. The kids had a great time exploring the woods and we saw deer which was quite special.
The trail up to the camp is a bit of a pickle, especially for a large vehicle full of camping gear and kids! It's a forest path and I suspect that we were one of the first cars to drive down it for the season so I assume this will get better. Overall we had a wonderful time and would certainly return.
We camped here while working at a local event.
The woods are absolutely beautiful. We really enjoyed staying here, brilliant shower in the woods with composting loo. Very clean. The rangers are great and really helpful. Can’t wait to stay here again and enjoy the activities they have there.
Lovely quiet and secluded campsite, perfect to relax and try some bushcraft. There is running water that was fine after boiling and some cool sustainable showers to use aswell.
Only thing from stopping this being a 5 star review was the road coming in, I can imagine it would be very uncomfortable for those who drive smaller vehicles. Looking forward to returning.
Located within the woods and providing secluded and isolated pitches with compost toilets and bucket showers, this is definitely a good place to enjoy camping without any glam.
The pitches are located atop small hills (get ready to carry stuff), each with a firepit and campfire style log sitting, making for a cozy environment just to sit and enjoy conversation and/or a good barbecue.
There is running water on a few taps but it will have to be boiled before being drinkable.
Access to the site entrance (cars are not meant to be parked at the campsites) is done via a rather long and bumpy dirt road so be wary of doing so with a small vehicle that is unable to cope with it.
Unfortunately, nothing can be done about tent mate snoring.
Really lovely secluded camping spot. Perfect for groups and those who want to be in the woods away from other campers or civilisation. Fire pit and water tank provided and you have your very own nature toilet and shower (which were very clean). Slight cons in that the road leading up to the drop off point/ car park is completely unpaved and very bumpy and wet. Not much fun in a small hatchback and we were not aware before so we were a little apprehensive. Campgrounds and water taps are also pretty impossible to find without calling the ranger but that adds to the wild camping feel.8/11/2021