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La Cheppe Camp D'Attila
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
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Water ou 1 heure d'electricty : 2 €
Paiement avec pièces
127m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Great place to stop enroute to a stop closer to Calais.View all reviews by caronwinter
Nice and quiet and only three of us here for the night.
Didnt walk around the ramparts as the grass was very long, but had a nice walk around the village instead.
Hadnt realised that the Tour de France was passing close by the next morning so hoping to get a glimpse of them as they race by.
Shame that the toilets hadnt been cleaned in a while.
A peaceful spot in a quiet village.View all reviews by geriactricwanderer
The Attila fortress doesn't look much until you are up on the top of the embankment and able to take in the size of the place.
How on earth did they shift so much soil over 2000 years ago...... and why? Fascinating.
well sign posted, easy to find at the of a road to Roman fort. very quiet, beautiful setting.View all reviews by chriswalters
pleasant walk around the ramparts.
Town was verry quiet. No shops.
Lovely little aire down a quiet cul-de-sac. You can hear the road and trainline in the distance but it didn’t bother us. Very accessible grey & black waste, and 2 euros to fill with water - it’s timed, so larger vans might need a couple of 2 euro coins. There is a military firing range nearby, so you might experience a few van-shaking explosions during the daytime! Electric hook-up available but we didn’t use it, and the toilet was open and clean. Great spot for a night stopover.View all reviews by bettie
Cycled to the Camp d’Attila ftom nearby Chalons en Champagne and checked out the Aire whilst there. Fairly small (as already mentioned) but peaceful unless the neighbours dog wakes up. Toilet is of the squatting variety and could be cleaner. Ok for one night with own facilities thoughView all reviews by janeandian
Plenty of spaces available in early August. Arrived at midnight. Has very basic toilet. Quiet and on edge of a village. Good for a stop over when travelling south.View all reviews by paulym
Nice quiet Aire in a small village no facilities in the village that we could see - well signposted down a dead end road. There are about 8 places and a large turning area. No problem for medium sized vansView all reviews by powerjen
We arrived at 4pm and were the only people here, 6 vans by bed time.
There is free grey disposal but need to pay for water.
The Roman encampment makes a nice wander after sitting in motorhome all day.
A small free aire not far from village centre and next to one of the entrances to the Fort d'Attilla roman fort which is free to walk around. There is a service point which requires 2€ for water. There are picnic tables and toilets next door. It may be tricky to park a larger motorhome (6m+) when busy as only a couple of bays can overhang, others have fences behind. We were there on a wet Tuesday in June so plenty of space.View all reviews by samwillis17