A lovely site, flat, peaceful - we could see the vehicles on the B road through a gap in the hedge but couldn't hear them - and surrounded by trees. There was a steady breeze blowing from the estuary which was a relief as we arrived in the middle of a heatwave. Pitches are generously sized and each comes with its own tap. Each pitch is numbered and names are up on a board by the gate so you know exactly where to park. The rest of the facilities are all housed by the entrance in or by a very clean and well-kept shed. There is an abundance of wildlife with house martins swooping over the well-mown grass, sea birds calling behind us in the estuary and owls at night. Not only is it easy to reach everywhere by road, which we did driving and cycling, but there is a footpath which in one direction goes through the estuary to the Naze and in the other to Beaumont - cum- Moze. Communications are excellent and the owners very accommodating, especially when we had to leave unexpectedly early, they couldn't have been kinder. I hope we will be able to return here to finish our exploration of Essex in the future.