However, apart from the wildlife and spectacular scenery, and even allowing for the floods which inundated the lower pitches in May, it will not be on our repeat visit list.
We stayed from late May until mid-June. The bar and restaurant were not open. Pitches are a good size, but open plan. Some are adjacent to wooden chalets. Noisy visitors in one of these (until 2 or 3am several times) and camper vanners disregarding the usual 23:00 'curfew' didn't make for restful nights. Two showers/washrooms were rustic and unheated - cold water only in washbasins and sinks. Lavatories basic - three only in lower part, one without seat. At night, automatic light lasted for only a couple of minutes - difficult when one had a bout of food poisoning! Out of season maybe, but as site is listed as "open", facilities should be working. Also, the Stephenson Trail cuts straight through, and stick-tapping randon eurs were in the habit of gathering at 7am and talking noisily about their plans for the day - not again!
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