Being very close to the A1 autoroute and in the heart of the Somme region, this site is ideally placed for either a stopover or a longer stay to investigate the many sites associated with World War I. Despite the closeness to the autoroute and the railway, the site is very quiet and peaceful and immaculately kept. There are just 30 good-sized grass pitches available for touring, each with 6/10A electricity. The rest of the site is occupied by 10 modern chalets for hire and 80 privately owned mobile homes. It is an easy stroll into the pleasant village of Feuillères.
A newly-installed, wheelchair-friendly footbridge takes you directly onto the bank of the Somme. From here you can walk or mountain-bike along the tow-path for miles in both directions. Anglers can pay for a full license and fish in the river or stroll along the bank to the picturesque fishing ponds known as Les Etangs de la Somme; day tickets are available for restricted fishing in some of the ponds. Nearby Péronne has shops, bars and restaurants as well as the famous Historial de la Grande Guerre, which is just one of many museums and sites of the First World War which make this a superb destination for those interested in this period of history. The valley of the Somme has a great deal else to offer, including riverside walks, attractive gardens, impressive châteaux and architectural masterpieces ranging from Mediaeval to Art Nouveau and Art Déco. Amiens is perhaps the star turn.