Le Haut Dick is located at the heart of the south Cotentin peninsula. On the banks of the Haut Dick canal, this is a simple campsite but has a pleasant bar/snack bar and a well maintained sanitary block. It comprises 100 good sized pitches which are flat, grassy and well divided by hedges, 71 for touring, with 10A electricity. The town of Carentan is a ten-minute walk away and features a brand new pool complex. This site is an ideal departure point for visiting the World War Two Landing Beaches and the Marais of the Cotentin Peninsula.
In addition to walking and cycling, there are sea and river boat trips. Sainte-Mère-Eglise to the north was the first town to be liberated in 1944 and has a commemorative museum. Further east, Omaha Beach and the imaginative museum at Arromanches are among the most visited destinations. The historic town of Bayeux, with its famous tapestry, is an easy drive and parking is much easier following recent improvements.