We stayed for a week in early September 2019. The site has many trees, and is by and large level throughout, save for the large area for tents with adjoining open space and fenced dog exercise field at the southern part of the site. We had a splendid welcome when checking in, and soon selected an attractive pitch. A key card for the gate is needed to get into the site, but not for exit. There are two amenity blocks, both immaculately clean. The block near the western boundary features Radio 2 broadcasts, while the block to the east is silent. We had a very good meal at the Public House "The silent Woman" (just south of the site) and can recommend it.The nearby Wareham Forest is a real gem - with marked trails and wonderful heathland scenery. Wareham is a great little town; its two supermarkets can meet all your culinary needs. Free on-street parking is available in North Street (1 hour). .All the attractions of Purbeck: Corfe, Swanage, Studland etc. are short travelling times away from the site, and we found Brownsea Island (just a little farther to go) to be a superb day out. All in all, we would certainly not hesitate to return to this site.