We have just spent five nights at this wonderfully peaceful site set in the heart of the Howe o’ the Mearns. Access to the site has been improved and it is very easy to drive right into the large area of well-tended grass. Choosing a specific location to pitch your caravan is limited only by the length of your hook-up cable – and extensions are available in the Information Hut. We were made very welcome by David, the site owner, and thoroughly enjoyed our visit to an area that we had never really explored properly previously. Highlights included the coastal walk from Inverbervie to Johnshaven (using the local bus service one way) with lunch at the Harbour bar in Gourdon; a visit to the House of Dun policies and the adjacent bird hides overlooking the Montrose Basin; exploring the St Cyrus Nature Reserve with its stunning wild flowers; walking in the area near Fasque Castle with its network of tracks and paths; and learning more about my favourite author, Lewis Grassic Gibbon, at the Arbuthnott LGG Centre. No doubt due to extended recent Covid closures, replenishment of the leaflets in the Information Hut has been neglected, but as long as you have a mobile phone to access tourist information – or have done your homework beforehand – this is a great site from which to explore a very quiet and interesting part of rural Aberdeenshire.