The location of Châlons, south of Reims and near the A4 and A26 autoroutes, about 300 km. from Calais and Boulogne, makes this an ideal stopover. This site on the southern edge of town now belongs to the Aquadis-Loisirs group. The wide entrance with its neatly mown grass and flowerbeds leads to tidy rows of large pitches separated by hedges, many with taps and drains adjacent. Of the 138 pitches, 89 are on gravel, the rest on grass; 96 have electricity (10A). Some overlook a small lake. Trees abound although there is no shade in some parts. The site is ideally situated for exploring this famous region in the plain of the River Marne and its historical connections.
The town, which is within easy cycling distance or can be reached by bus, has a number of notable buildings, churches and half-timbered houses, and plenty of good shops restaurants and bars. Then, of course, the area offers a wide choice of Champagne cellars. Boat trips are available on the various rivers and canals.