Just back from 3 nights in Flanders. Places stayed at. Motorhome parking at Nieuwpoort. In the dunes / beach. I think there is a E5 charge is you stay all day but we left mid morning. Very busy and nice spot on the coast. Around 2km from King Albert Memorial which has a new museum underneath. Nieuwpoort is where sluice gates were opened in October 1914 to flood land around the Yser and hold back German advance. Coords 51.167867, 2.766705 Ypres. Stayed on roadside around corner from Menin Gate. Coords 50.847209, 2.893421. Around a dozen vans there. Nice spot overlooking water and ramparts Polygon Wood. Stayed in car park of Café Tavern de Dreve. Coords 50.854038, 2.978580. This café is owned by Johan Vandewalle who is co-author of 'Beneath Flanders Fields - tunnelling in WW1'. If you eat / drink in his café he is more than happy for you to stay. He is very knowledgeable about WW1 and assisted in the time team programme. He has documentaries that he has made that are worth watching and has a lot of artefacts in his café. If you do stay, please ask about his 'Brothers-in-arms' project and feel free to make a E5 contribution. There is also an interesting walk through the woods with pill box remains and two cemeteries. This does not seem to be visited by the coach tours so is more atmospheric than a lot of the other sites in the area.