We've just returned from a fantastic weekend at Little Lodge Farm in Santon Downham in Suffolk. It's on the web as Forest Lodge Holidays. As usual we just stumbled across this site as we were exploring Thetford forest. It is a very basic site, well actually it's a field beside the Little Ouse river. I can't review the showers, toilets, washing up facilities or clubroom because there aren't any. However, we will definately be returning, soon. It costs just £10 per night and we shared our field with two caravans, two motorhomes and a big panelvan. Now onto the reasons we will be going back. We parked up right on the riverbank and sat in glorious sunshine watching Mute Swans, Canada Geese, Swallows and a Kingfisher. Later that evening I watched a Barn Owl catch a Vole not far from our van. Unfortunately he lost it when he was mobbed by Crows. Typically I was inside the van looking the other way but there was also an Otter swimming across the river, maybe I'll see it next time. We had some equestrian amusement when three horse riders tried to convince their horses that they should wade into the river. For about 30 minutes the horses flatly refused to entertain the idea and it was fun sitting drinking coffee watching the three girls try a mixture of encouragement, bribery, bullying and, believe it or not, even pushing the horses into the river. One went in eventually and then proceeded to stamp the water with its front feet in evident enjoyment. Basically I can sum up the camp site by saying its wild camping without the worry about a knock on the door in the middle of the night.