The wardens here are a breath of fresh air and made us feel really welcome. We arrived a little before 1200 hrs and were happy to wait but it wasn't a problem (no tutting and pointed looking at watches from Robin and Ian). Friendly and helpful, both working hard to keep the site looking nice, clean and tidy. This is a small site a little inland but still handy for visiting places up and down the coast. Camelford itself is a little disappointing with the main A39 running straight through it but there is a Co-op and post office for day to day items. If you do visit, take a walk over to the Bodmin side of the A39 - lots of footpaths and a riverside walk alongside the River Camel. Alternatively, follow the lanes up onto the moors for a change. There is no denying that the dog walk is on the small side but as others have pointed out, there are alternatives. Mixture of grass and hard standing pitches with some seasonal vans. We pitched at the top end of the site and were quite level but you might struggle with a large outfit if you end up by the storage area where it is quite sloping. All in all, for £20.10 a night, we like it. Thanks for a great stay.