We stayed here earlier this month for two weeks in our tent, travelling over from the UK on the Eurotunnel. We booked the campsite and the tunnel via the Camping and Caravanning Club.
On arrival we were asked to leave a deposit of 20euro or a passport in exchange for a card which opens the security barrier.
Check in was easy as we had pre-booked and paid, we were shown to our pitch by Maxim on his bike. We had a lovely spot next to the field, which we were separated from by a row of trees. There were lots of other nationalities on the site, we had French, Dutch and British neighbours for the two weeks. The two toilet blocks were clean and tidy (I never saw them being cleaned, but they were always in good condition) There is no toilet roll in the toilet cubicles, but two large dispensers at the end of each block.
The showers were clean and plenty of warm water. You cannot change the temperature, but it was fine. There were two large Maytag washing machines in the block by us and one large Maytag drier. They are operated by token bought from the reception for 4euro or 5euro (for the drier), they are very easy to use and most people had strung up a temporary line between the trees on their pitch.
We liked the way that the longer stay pitches seemed to be around the outside of the site, with the shorter stay by the front and middle, meaning that if you were longer stay, you weren't being disrupted by neighbours coming and going constantly. There are some chalets at the back of the site, they looked nice and tidy, quite compact with a few more creature comforts than your average tent!!
You can order bread each day (before 9.30pm) for the next day which I believe is baked onsite. Delicious and reasonably priced. There is also a little shop on site, a bar and restaurant as well as a lovely swimming pool and paddling pool - both cold, but great on a hot day!
There is a kids club onsite, we couldn't really work out who ran it. The signs were predominantly in dutch and it seemed to be mostly dutch children taking part.
The campsite is only one mile from Cheverny Chateau which is worth a look round. 6km to Contres for a decent supermarket (Super U or Intermarche). We found a huge Cora Supermarket in Blois which is worth a trip and the biggest Auchan you could imagine on way out of Blois towards Cheverny.
The staff on the campsite were very friendly and it is well managed. We will definitely use the site again.