Arrived late on Friday night just as we were losing the daylight. Booked in at reception and were directed to a selection of pitches. We had been warned that the empty pitches that had cones on them denoted they were liable to flood. With this in mind we pitched up at the far end of the newer part of the site. The pitch was fantastically flat, and we were soon settled in for the night. We did a quick tour of the site on foot to give the dogs a chance to stretch their legs. On Saturday we took a leisurely stroll in to town (about 15 -20 minutes walk away). We walked in to town through Victoria Park, past the boating lake, and the gardens. Despite it being out of season the place was well kept. The club site is also handily placed for the Morrison's supermarket. Southport was lovely and picturesque and this was definitely helped by the late Autumn sunshine, we wandered the length of Lord Street, through the numerous arcades and pedestrian shopping areas, and rested up with a coffee in a pavement cafe. We stopped for a late lunch in The Cheshire Lines Inn, and had an absolutely brilliant meal. It is well worth a jaunt off the beaten track. We headed back to the site via a lap of the lake and gardens. We were impressed with the toilet block, immaculately clean and with enough showers, wash basins, and toilets. One point to note that the site is adjacent to the coast road and some car noise is to be expected. We enjoyed our weekend break so much that we have booked to return between Christmas and New Year, and also next September to coincide with the Air show. All in all a great weekend break, in a lovely Victorian town.