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Stayed 1 night at Low Farm, having spent the day looking round Felixstowe, and loved it. Can walk from the site to the river and along to the pub, which served a great fish and chips, then back on a circular walk to the camp site. Friendly very helpful owners who took the time to mark up a map of the walk for us. We had our bikes and 2 dogs, cycling along the river path is not allowed, great for bird watching and beautiful views. Clean amenities all very good. Would stay again for sure.View all reviews by meadowgate22
We stayed for 4 nights in the touring area, easy to get to from the A12. The facilities were open and were very clean and tidy. £25 a night with hookup. No wi-fi but good phone and TV signal. Tempted to camp in the orchard area next time for a more secluded setting. Plenty of walks and Waldringfield is about a 10 min walk and the Maybush pub there has beautiful food. Handy for visiting further afield into Ipswich and Sutton Hoo especially. will definitely be back.View all reviews by evswitch
Stayed for three nights while touring and i must say this is a great little site. We stayed in the wildlife area which wasnt busy at all and plenty of blackberries for the kids to pick. The facilities were open and were very clean and tidy. £23 a night without hookup. Waldringfield harbour is about a 10 min walk and the pub there has beautiful food. The river is great for crabbing and also nice and warm to swim in. Will definatly be returing at some point.View all reviews by barber1986
This private site has features the club sites miss, which groups would enjoy: accommodation in cottages, pods and bushy corners that feel private from other campers - so its ideal for all family members from the oldies down to babies and pets.View all reviews by cshel
This year their grounds have suffered from a swathe of land being dug up for underground gas pipes from offshore, so a major part of the campsite is fenced off until its regrown the grass.
For us, on a 1 night visit in August there was loads of room and choice of where to park.
Entrance is a little off putting, reception being a caravan, barking dogs. However, there are acres of space, flat grass fields, and you choose your own spot, no overcrowing here. Toilets were basic but adequate. The lady in charge gave us directions to a lovely walk along the river that took us to the pub (The Maybush) which was very busy with boaty types. Food was good but a bit pricey but the views across the river and boats was glorious and it has a lovely terrace to sit on. Basic countryside site, well worth a visit.View all reviews by jakes