As we are quite new to the Club, we decided to try out our nearest Club site (30 minutes) for a weekend getaway. (May bank holiday) Tucked away on the outskirts of Bury, but within easy reach of the town, we weren't quite sure what to expect. When we were approaching off the main road (driving through a housing estate) our expectations were a little unsure, but , what a lovely surprise (once we had mastered the cobbled road!!) We arrived at 12, as requested and Once we had pitched up, we set off for a little walk around the area. Not sure how many times we read signs of historical interest , but they really gave an insight to the background of the place. Two pubs within a very short walk of the site and a little tea shop. We decided we wouldn't want to be on the pitches backing onto the pub though, as it does look as though the noise from the pub beer garden/play area could possibly disturb the otherwise peaceful getaway. But if you have a family, the pub is ideal. Lots going on and seems to be a very busy place, which was actually, lovely to watch. The East Lancs railway passes the site so we sat watching the steam trains (it was Thomas the tank weekend) go by. Also the next morning there was a fun run, again a lovely atmosphere . We have decided, it's definitely our weekend getaway site. Plenty of events are planned around the country park, so always something to interest us. Also, open all year round!, What's not to like !