This large (27-acre) camping park is ideally situated in the Lee Valley for fishing, walking and cycling activities. It is divided into two sections: one for private static caravans with a large fenced caravan storage area, the other for touring. The 34 level touring pitches are numbered, but not separated; all have 10A electricity and 22 are hardstanding. There is an area for tents with a field adjacent to the River Lee for tents requiring electricity. The whole complex is very flat with little shade. There is no public transport, but a 25-minute walk along a towpath takes you to Broxbourne railway station for travel along the Lee Valley to London.
Reception has a range of maps showing walking routes. Within a short distance there is riding and white-water rafting. Many of the villages and towns in the region are of historic interest and worth visiting, along with the close proximity of the Olympic Park and London.