One resident living close to the land, who asked not to be named, said: “I look out my window and I can see their children running around near the roads.
“Some look so young.
“The kids are loud and by the looks of it they are also leaving rubbish behind and dumping rubbish.”
A neighbour added: “I don’t understand - if people come to the seafront for car meets it’s all dealt with and stopped but this happens and nothing can be done.
“It baffles me how the law works.”
Travellers previously pitched up on the site last week, staying there for five days before moving on. It is not known if this is the same group.
One seafront visitor, who asked to remain anonymous, said: “If we parked illegally we would be clamped then towed.