This very well maintained municipal site in the heart of the Champagne region is well worth a visit. Although situated between two sports stadia the site is a peaceful oasis on the banks of the River Marne. There are 109 level, grass pitches of which 68 have electricity (5-10A). These are bordered by well trimmed hedges of varying heights and numerous mature trees offering some shade. The whole site is arranged neatly and uniformly in rows. The tarmac roads around the site are in first class condition with no speed humps. The traditional sanitary block may struggle to cope with demand in high season. Caravans over six metres and twin axles are not permitted. There are several sports facilities on site plus a privately run kayak school and boat hire.
Epernay, the capital of Champagne, is a charming town of 24,000 inhabitants at the crossroads of the Champagne tourist routes between the Reims mountain, the Marne valley and the Côte des Blancs. In the surrounding area 35,000 hectares of vineyards and hundreds of wine producers are open to visitors. Just a few kilometres away is the picturesque village of Hautvillers where Dom Pérignon was the cellar master at the Benedictine Abbey. He is buried in the village church and has his own statue on the . All bookings are by email and possibly telephone (if arriving less than 48h).