Not suitable for families with younger children.
The playground is designed for older children. My 5 year old didn't find much he could use independently of me. Also, the playground is situated close to the single track road, which although never busy, did make me nervous. It was also secluded (lovely tree-covered area) which made it impossible for me to keep an eye on him from my camp site, and because of the boisterous play of the teenagers there I needed to keep an eye on him.
We visited in the August holidays and it seemed to be frequented by a succession of groups providing experiences for inner city youths. One unruly group trashed the ablution block, another held a noisy team building session in the centre of the camp site that started at 7pm and didn't end until 10pm, when of course the kids were allowed to wander back to their accommodation at their leisure. Some decided to stick around, with their music blaring for another hour. Other groups seemed to be doing noisy things (whooping and shrieking) in the trees around the camp site late into the night (10-11pm). Not the fault of the staff but perhaps some limits can be put on what groups can be permitted to do.
People seem to need to be educated about how to use long drops (eco-toilets, if you like) and the odd sign here and there might be helpful. The chimney can only work to pull away the smell of the toilet if lid is left down! The funk in that building (and its surrounds) after a warm day was eye-watering. It was a very dark room, and although there appeared to be a light, it hardly ever worked. The door was heavy, too heavy for my son to operate on his own, and very noisy (think jail cell clanging shut in the movies) which seemed to be a good excuse for some men not to bother. I encountered strange men with their bits exposed on two occasions in one night. Nothing more than annoying at my age, but if I'd been a teenage girl (of which there were many camping there) it would have put me off using it altogether.