First impressions - Strange to be greated by security guards at the entrance of the site. Not sure why, didn't ask. Doesn't look good but I guess if they had troubles in the past then it's reassuring to have them there. Negative points- I felt abit frustrated that my son (who is autistic) couldn't play soft tennis by our pitch. Even thou he was using a soft sponge ball (there wouldn't be any damage caused to any vehicle or to any awning) but was told off by a warden. Playground is hidden by trees so vision is blocked, there's no way of seeing them playing on thier own. So not very child friendly. Hot water wasn't hot as I like, other CAMC sites that we've stayed at have been hotter. Some club members/non club members didn't show any respect for the shower block. Disgusting toilets. Bins are by the exit. The walk out of the site- minor road but very busy, there's no pathway,very narrow grass verge to walk on. Ok if you are adult, but quite dangerous when you have a toddler and an autistic child at tow, as some vehicles speed along the road, with no consideration to the public. What it had going for it - A very nice pub called Rake Hall, which we stopped at for dinner on our first night. It's the first pub you come to, when walking out of the site towards Cheshire Oaks. Friendly staff and the site itself is looked after. Good location for Cheshire Oak retail outlet and Chester Zoo. A quiet and peaceful campsite. Would I return again? Probably not. This site isn't for us.