Best way to find somewhere decent to stay

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  1. Orchid288

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    Hi we are off to France in July for our first adventure with tunnel all booked ( as there is no way I could leave our dog on her own with a ferry crossing). With previous holidays ( not motor home) where we have just decided the evening before where our next destination was going to be we had always had a rule that the first night of our holiday would be booked in advance with a really nice place this meant that we would hit the ground running rather than taking a week to recover from a bad experience ( happened to us in Thailand once - never again) so we thought we would apply the same logic for this trip.

    So my question is " where is the best place to find a campsite with lots of amenities" a lot of the sites that I have found show areas to park up that have no services and only maybe have 5 spots to park up ( which is fine but not for our first night).

    I would appreciate any pointers

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    Thank you
     
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    Downloaded this search site, to my tablet, a while ago and found it very handy for providing info regarding sites within (say) 20km of your current position. User friendly......... And free!

    http://www.searchforsites.co.uk/webapp.php

    Bryan
     
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