We stayed here at the start and end of a campervan trip around France, in June 2019.
And....we loved it.
It has a good range of reasonably sized pitches with 'privacy hedging' to most, and some of the cleanest/best toilet and shower facilities we've so far encountered.
It's a pretty village with a useful shop and nearby bar, plus the on site cafe did a mean roast chicken and chips one night - at good value.
The local war cemetary is a moving place - and surely can't do other than make all ponder the folly of nations pulling apart, rather than co-operating together?
The nearby canal provides a good cycle ride into St Quentin.
But perhaps the star attraction here is the lady who runs the site, Alexandra, who particularly helped us (nervous first time dog abroad travellers) arrange a vet for the trip home worm pills and pet passport stamp - booking an appointment for us, in advance, with easy campervan parking outside. Unless the vet had come to us, it could hardly have been easier!
Will definitely use site again.