At Camping de Châlons-en-Champagne in Châlons-en-Champagne (Marne) camping costs as little as €16,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 138 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 04-03-2019 - 06-07-2019 and 24-08-2019 - 03-11-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
Level, large, peaceful city campsite with pitches marked out by hedges. Ideal base for city visits (cycling distance), and visits to the Champagne region. Old but clean toilet facilities. Also suitable as stopover site. Grape pickers cause inconvenience in September and/or October.
Extra discount: 7=6 / 14=11
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A very spacious site (formerly a Municipal), with nicely hedged level pitches, 2 km south of the city centre, next to a park. There is a bakery and pharmacy nearby, while the large shopping centre with Carrefour hypermarket is a 15-minute walk away. Camp Reception has free city maps, as well as a cycle map of the area, and sells tokens for the washer and drier in the laundry. Free Wifi works on a couple of pitches near Reception. The ‘television room’ has a few books and films to borrow and a microwave to use – but no television! The grimy facilities are old and worn, with no paper or soap, and overdue for renovation. A small unisex block does have hot showers, though it is an exaggeration to call the room ‘heated’. The price is reasonable with ACSI card but we would willingly pay more for better and clean ablutions!
This could be a great site with a bit of investment - it\'s well laid out in a prime location but woefully lacking in water and electricity points, and toilet blocks seemingly not updated since their construction in the 1950\'s. However this is a very convenient stopover between north and south.
Despite not wanting to stay again after our visit 4 years ago but forced to due to travel weariness I was surprised to find a great improvement. The workers here last time have moved on and the site has aquired more of a holiday atmosphere. That\'s not to say it\'s anywhere near perfect - the old toilet blocks remain unwelcomimg and water and electric points are still in short supply but the pitches are large and easy to enter for an 8m caravan.
stayed one night and had not used the site for two years. no changes or update to facilities seem to have been made in that time. No mop in the showers so by evening was looking quite grubby underfoot but water plentiful and hot. The site filled up as usual mid afternoon it was fairly well full by evening. So quiet and peaceful and in good location for the town and world war one locations on the Marne. We went to Suippes for the afternoon which was interesting. Did not use snack bar I\'m not sure it was open? pitches level and with water close by.
Pitches not great. Bar ok but pricey. Only 2 toilets open for each of Men and Women. Question for the ladies toilets. Showers not the cleanest but plenty of hot water.
Stop over on way to Italy. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. Campsite a little ‘tired’ but tranquil and clean. Lots of cycle friendly routes (about 15 mins) into the town centre which is quiet, with lovely squares full of cafes and a beautiful park. Very few tourists - a pity it’s worth a visit and the locals we met were very welcoming. Very useful map available from reception.
Great stopover when coming from Calais with restaurant nearby first stop on our way to south. Plenty of room for longer motor homes.
We used this site as an overnight stop and and stayed for two. Although this is a town site it is very quiet toilets are in need of an update but there is plenty of hot water. A few minutes walk away is a large supermarket. We arrived early afternoon and the site quickly filled up. They were turning away units later in the afternoon so we would recommend a quick phone call to check availability. Staff were friendly and helpful. We would use the site again as a stopover
We used this site as an overnight halt en route back to Calais. I am glad we did not stay for longer.
There is a choice of grass or hardstanding pitches and all are of a decent size.
There are two toilet blacks but travelling so late in the season the larger one was closed so we used the one in the main building. I first stayed here about 30 years ago and my goodness how things have changed. The site is much larger than I remember but the sanitary facilities have deteriorated. It looked like an attempt had been made to upgrade the shower areas by cladding the walls with laminated board but the old walls could be seen behind. I dread to think how many insects must live there. The floors of the toilet and washing areas were dreadful. They didn’t need a mop they needed a scraper.
The whole site just felt uncared for. Which is a great pity because with some effort and a little bit of money it could be so much better. Also, a number of seasonal workers appeared to be living in the bungalows. They did not disturb us in anyway but it did change the ambience of the site.
We will avoid in the future but if you can’t (as we couldn’t) then be prepared to use your on-board facilities.
A little tired! Pitch size good. Toilets, showers ok. Too far from town to walk. Spent a peaceful evening here but that was long enough.
- Period of opening
- 04-03-2019 till 03-11-2019
- 7.5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 138 (100 - 120m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
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Camping de Châlons-en-Champagne
51000 / Châlons-en-Champagne
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A26, exit 18. When entering town keep to right. Signposted. From A4, exit 27 to N44. In Châlons on ring road exit St. Memmie. Follow signs.
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