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Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
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Open from Jan to Dec
Service area (1h): 2.00 €
175m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Great stop over only an hour away from the tunnel, well sign posted and easily found. The pitches are clean and most have electric hook up, generous size in the sun and under a wooded area with trees. Very pleasent and easily accessible with card payment of €10 on the gate, includes full access to electric hook up and all services for 24 hours. The code worked really well and instructions on the gate are in all languages and are easy to follow.View all reviews by Rusho2040
The Waze directions are incorrect, just stay to the right after turning off the main road or follow the motorhome sign! We arrived and the entry machine had no paper in so would not work at all. We had to find the reception which is about a 10 min walk away up the hill, look for 'Accueil'. We paid and they gave us a code but the machine wouldn't accept the code because there was no paper so the guy opened the gate remotely. Other than that a great stay 60 mins from the tunnel, council run but OK.View all reviews by robdav01
Lovely aire, only an hour from Calais.View all reviews by janetmason
Lots of things to do if you wishto stay longer than just overnight.
Good price as it includes electricity and facilities.
What a great place this is for a stopover or longer. 9.70 euros for 24 hours ( you can stay longer if you want to) with water, EHU etc. It's really a campsite rather than an aire, in a country park. Highly recommended.View all reviews by Janevans158
We were looking for stopover after a long day and train crossing. As this was the Friday night before a May bank holiday we thought it might be busy but there were only 8 or so campers in the aire. Entrance is straightforward with a payment machine that takes cards and gives a code for the barrier. Like camping cars parks you can stay a few hours, 24 or 72 hours.View all reviews by ddstyles
The facilities around look awesome tree nets, luge and bike paths, there’s even a bike wash!