Not bad at all. Up high so can be a bit gusty but was not really a problem as the views are lovely. A rather undulating field but this adds to the ad hoc and more relaxed camping feel. We stayed when there were over 50 D of E kids using it as a stop off for a three day Silver award hike but were absolutely brilliantly behaved. Showers were 20 p for 3 minutes which was fine as facilities were clean and adequate and it meant that you werent stuck in a queue behind someone who was going to have a 20 minute shower! . Even though the site was busy, the showers were free if i had needed them. We spent a glorious day at Studland beach which is dog friendly, clean and has a good selection of car parks (National Trust members free, otherwise £6 per day). Its a great base to explore. We did not travel far, so knew the local area well but if you were travelling from afar, there is plenty to do. Putlake Farm is virtually next door, The Swanage Steam railway is ten minutes away and Corfe and Wareham are lovely.
A nice campsite, wild and natural with lovely viewsMore