Caledonia has an unfortunate setting on farmland between the A7 autoroute and the busy railway, where the noise of each is in competition across the site. The touring pitches are smallish and at the western end of the site and overhead national grid power lines dissect the access road. The small pitches and site roads with tight concrete wall squeezes are unsuitable for large units. The 60 touring pitches offer 6A electricity, but there are no facilities for disabled campers and the site is unsuitable for unfit campers. There is a unpleasant smell from the sewage unit at the western end of the touring pitches.
There is a large pool (lifeguard) and separate paddling pool in front of the small restaurant bar and shop. The beach is around a kilometre away and the local village provides the usual facilities. A basic children’s playground is provided with a selection of dated but safe toys and the picnic area has one barbecue for campers. The owners offer a private laundry service.