We've stayed here many times before and it's a pretty good site in terms of location, as we tend to visit Wareham, Wimborne, Studland and Corfe. Unable to get into our favourite, Haycraft, we booked here really just as an excuse to get away following what has been a very difficult year for most. Everything you'd expect from a Club site is here and we've no general complaint. However - and I've read through a number of reviews dating back some time to see if we're just being fussy! - there is no doubt that some of the pitches are in a pretty dire state, though some appear to think otherwise! Ours wasn't too bad, to be fair, but those in particular on the far (north?) side of the site are in a dreadful state - threadbare, weedy, very thinly covered in gravel - and we don't know if that's because the Club has become penny-pinching or whether it's a reflection of a busy site. We noticed the same on our last visit some time ago, when we were on a serviced pitch. I don't actually think the Wardens can do much about it without HO deciding to spend some money on gravel etc. but it really doesn't not come up to standard. Compared to Merrose, which we visited in April, the site just doesn't look as well-maintained, though the woodland setting won't help that, I'm sure. Other than that, though, the site is one we know well and which we will visit again.