We stayed here for a couple of nights on our way further south - really convenient for the A1. It reminded me of CLs we used to stay on may years ago - a field that had been cut, with water & loo disposal. (grey water into the hedge) The site does have a slope & most pitching areas (lots of choice) will need levelling blocks. We were advised to pitch nose pointing down the slope (we are a motorhome) in case there was heavy rain. This was to reduce amount of manouvering in wet conditions. Whilst we were there it was dry and filed seemed well drained. There was plenty of room - far more spacious than your average Club site. 5 outfits on filed whilst we were there. The track from the road up to the CL field at the top is a bit rough in places, and a bit narrow through one or two old gateways. But mostly it is paved with paving slabs, so easier than on grass. There are some rundown outbuildings near the entrance, and there was some rubbish near the bins that needed clearing up. The site is run by two different people - and arrangements are a bit haphazard - but it works! And this is a CL, not a Club site. Really handy for St Albans - bus every 20 mins from near entrance - takes about 25 mins to get in to city - lots to see. We were there on a market day (Wednesday & Saturday, I think), which was great. A bit of non-intrusive aircraft noise - but otherwise really quiet.