We visited this site midweek for four nights in June. It is large, clean and well maintained. A team of grounds staff was always busy. There is a mix of tourer pitches and large static cabins. A large central fishing lake is surrounded by an immaculate green with ducks, coots and geese which are quite unfazed by humans and we were fortunate to see several young broods close up. A group of ducks adopted us and visited our pitch daily for some food ignoring our terriers.
The site is quiet. Although less than a mile from the A1 it has a feeling of isolation. There are only limited footpaths in the immediate area, a bit disappointing as we like walking our dogs. After walking round a nearby field boundary we happened on a track. Within a minute we were met by a woman and told (politely) it was a private road so had to make our way back over stubbly field boundaries again. Unsettling for me, just up the track, a full size model skeleton swung from a tree by a rope. Weird.
The toilet/shower and other facilities are very good with a small laundry in the main toilet block. Car access to the site is by a barrier and a card is needed (£10 deposit). A handy dog walk surrounds part of the site. Sadly, at least one owner did not clean up after their dog so care was needed.
One significant concern is the surface used for the roadways. It is sharp gravel with bits of pottery and glass. Walking in my Crocs, I got a small sliver of flint in my sock that almost penetrated my foot and one of our dogs became lame after a day. He then refused to walk on that surface though would do so on the grass areas. Clearly he found it uncomfortable. He recovered quickly after we left.
While the site itself is lovely, the warden was excellent and it is ideal for trips to Grantham and lovely Newark, the limited nearby footpath access and road surface means that we won't return.