The site is on the Bolton Abbey estate, however Bolton Abbey is a few miles away. You can walk there or take a short drive to it. Saying that, there are plenty of walks near to the site. The riverside walk is excellent, however you have to follow the one way route in places to comply with Covid rules. A map leaflet wasn’t available, so it was a little more difficult to plan. There are direction map boards in places on the route, but memorising it is a little difficult to do. We did manage it though. Good boots is very useful on most of the walks. There are easy paths as well, but does limit your walk. The site is small and laid out nicely, there are two different levels to it, but we had a pitch which was level for our motorhome. So you may need ramps for some of the other pitches. The staff were helpful and friendly and did their best to make us feel safe. Other visitors at the time were generally abiding by the rules, although on one occasion it didn’t. I had to leave the toilet block when there was more than should be in there, despite a spare holder for my band. Some people didn’t bother, but that was just one occasion, the majority did follow the rules. The toilet facilities are looking a bit tired and could do with upgrading. We enjoyed watching the ducks, pheasants and squirrels from our van which was amusing at times. We have two dogs and there is a short walk on site for them, but there are plenty of places where you could walk them anyway. Dogs do need to be kept on a lead at all times, which isn’t a problem for us. I believe it apples not just to the site, but the whole estate. Fabulous place, I would highly recommend it.