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This was the first ever campsite we visited – on the day we collected our campervan! We literally got back home from the garage with our new Mazda Bongo,through a couple of sleeping bags and a bottle of wine in the back, and headed off up the suffolk coast to this site. There are no marked pitches so you just have to find some space, but it’s a reasonably large camping field. There’s also a large separate area for static caravans. There’s a pub that serves food as part of the campsite, although we didn’t try it. There’s direct access from the campsite to the beach. The site sits in the shadow of Sizewell nuclear power station, but don’t be put off by that as it doesn’t make a noise or pump out plumes of smoke like a coal powered station might – apparently it uses sea water for cooling which has the added bonus of making the sea slightly warmer that elsewhere on the Suffolk coast. We posted a full review and a couple of photos here.