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Review by katie on 29th March, 2010

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i have just come back there last year we stayed there and it was brilliant but when i went there this week it wasnt so good they have taken all the sand out of the park and put gravel not so good for kids and placed a 6ft fence all around the park which makes it hard for parents to watch there children last year our caravan was next to the park so the children would play and we could watch when sat outside our caravan also meadow flied doesnt open yet so not much chocie to park

Date visited: march 2010

Review by jim beglin on 14th August, 2009

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Potentially a good site and facilities -two good pools and reasonably priced shop. BUT totally ummanaged. Zero security and the only people who take advantage of these good facilities are parents who are happy to allow their drunken, foul-mouthed kids to run riot until the early hours. Security, when present were seen to be messing about on their quads and lifeguards arguing among themselves. Free for all pitching is a lottery, and you could end up on the corner of the hooligans meeting place. If you are still daft enough to visit ensure you are clear of the main play area or else you won't sleep until around 2 am. Personally I would avoid this site at all costs.

Date visited: 7 - 14/08/09

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