We go camping to spend some time with our dogs. This place is not at all suitable because they have a serious roaming dog problem. 3 of the neighbours dogs hang around the site begging for food and rooting in bins if left unattended for any length of time. Despite management picking them up and dropping them home, they are never gone for any more than a few mins. They try to get into the tents and this obviously makes it very difficult for people to relax with their own pets. This goes on all night and we have been woken by these dogs during the night both times we've visited this site. There is also an elderly dog who seems to live under one of the caravans, and then the very sweet house dog, Billy. We've been there twice, and both times had to make the trek home to drop our own dogs back due to the roaming dogs on site.
We also received an awful welcome from the self appointed site police woman, an elderly woman who informed us she lives in her caravan there. She came down to complain about us speeding around in a silver car (our car is not silver), she then started questioning us about how we care for our dogs in a very condescending and insulting way. She mentioned us cleaning up our rubbish, despite us having 2 bins there, one for recyclables and one for general waste and cleaning up after the dogs, despite the dogs being secured, with one of us at all times to facilitate cleaning and despite the other 5 dogs roaming about the site. It was very off putting and we felt very unwelcome in the place after our conversation with her.
The people who run the site are all lovely, it's quiet and clean enough. There is not a whole lot to do unless you're going to go driving. It could be a lovely place if management could sort the problem of the dogs and the lady who polices the site. Until then we can't return.