An ideal campsite for visiting Disney which is approx. A 30 minute drive away. The site has spacious pitches big enough for our large tent and to park our trailer and car all of which are separated by small hedges. Although the site is large but peaceful we never had to wait for showers but some of the shower heads could do with updating. There is a swimming pool which is good for hot days but the water can take your breath away but most of the children didn't seem to mind. You can pre order bread or croissants for the next day, there is a take away kiosk which does pizzas burgers chips etc not too badly priced. The town of Coulommiers is a 10 minute drive away where there is a very large L'eclerc supermarket which sells everything (the red wine aisle is huge). All in all its a very good clean friendly site ideally located for Disney.
This site has restored my love of France, it's a lovely wooded site, with generous pitches and sunshine throughout the day.
Electrical hookup and water on each pitch.
Facilities on site where to a good standard, my only criticism of this site would be the bar of the evening, don't get me wrong, I don't want a night club, but just a little back ground music would be nice.
My 5 year old, loved the pool and playground, but sadly not much for my surly 14 year old.
We did the whole Disney thing, but so has everyone else.
So why not try Provins, go on a Saturday morning, to catch the market and the walled medieval town
Or bored with the pool, try Jablines, great beach and swimming lake, or visit the castle at Blandy.
There is more to this area than all the usual toot you'll find the brits at
Just one warning, if its hot, it gets darn hot, during our stay, the thermometer topped a 37c.
Just one final thing, if you've never visited France before, bring a deep wallet, everything is blooming expensive
A very nice site, but as said, in the middle of nowhere! Touquin is at last 2 miles away and has nothing much anyway. You have to drive through the village to access the site, and then along a rather narrow road that seems to go on for ever.
The best bet for shopping is LeClerc at Coulommiers which is huge, has all you need and more.
We were allocated a pitch initially where we had no hope of obtaining a Sky tv signal, but the owners very nicely allowed us to use a motorhome pitch as we were only staying for 2 nights, this suited us perfectly but would not be readily available in high season.
I forgot that this is only an ACSI discount site until the end of June. We arrived on 1st July and had to pay €22 per night, still not bad for what is on offer.
The fishing lakes are pleasant to walk around, but beware, there are some mosquitoes here.
A recommended site if you don't mind being out in thr sticks.
We booked this site fairly last minute and it turned out to be a great site for travelling around as it was within 30 mins travel to Val D'Europe for the train to Disney and Paris and also easy driving distance to places like Provins and Vaux le Vicomte. There was also one of the best animal parks we had ever been to called Parc Des Felins where we spent 9 hrs - mainly due to the fact I like wildlife photography! A must visit is a pick your own place which is on the way to Parc Des Felins.
On to the site:
It is a nice site, with reasonable facilities. The showers are the push button kind but only last for 10 secs a push which was a pain. I never had to wait for a shower even though there were only 4 in the block. The blocks were cleaned at least twice a day but I still had to do my own clean up before using it after some messy campers. The pitches are very big so you do get some space between you and your neighbours. The pool was an ok size but the best bit, according to our daughter, was the slide as that's where she spent all the time we were at the camp. It was a new edition and did go down well with kids and adults!
The do have a bar and take-away but we never visited the bar and only used the take-away once for pizza and it was very nice. The site does say you only hear birdsong but you do also get the farmer's dogs barking late at night sometimes.
We never visited the playground so I can't comment on this.
The owners, as others have said, were lovely and very helpful and the bakery orders in the morning were very well received.
The local village doesn't have much so would recommend driving to Coulommiers which is a great town with bakeries selling lovely ice cream, a huge market on Thursdays, a Carrefour and a great Lidl - where we bought too much cheap wine!
If you are thinking of visiting Disney then this is a great location. Would we visit again? Probably only if we were going back to Disney as we would like to travel around France more now.
We spent 12 nights at Les Etangs Fleuris and loved it! The staff were very helpful and our pitch was huge. We had plenty of space even with our caravan, awning and car on there. The pitches have hedge borders and ours was nicely shaded with trees. The campsite was very busy in terms of occupied pitches, but still it was very peaceful in the evenings, and the general atmosphere on the site was laid back and relaxed.
Our children loved the pool and water slide, although it was cold initially but we soon acclimatised :-) They also enjoyed the small park. The site has a trampoline and crazy golf course too but we didn't use these.
You do need to be organised in terms of supplies as the site shop stocks very little. You can order your bread & croissants for the next day in reception. There is a little shop stocking groceries in Touquin village (closed Wednesdays) along with a boulangerie if you forget to order your bread, but we generally travelled to Collumiers (around 8km away) every few days to stock up at Leclerc. Please be aware that the large supermarkets close on Sundays.
The toilet block and showers were always clean, and we never had to queue. The showers were a good temperature, especially for little ones. My only criticism of the toilets is there is no soap provided for handwashing. In fact that is the only negative I can think of for Les Etangs Fleuris.
We would definitely recommend this site as a good base for Paris and Disney, and would gladly go back next year.
Very spacious campsite. We did not need EHU so could pitch where we wanted to in the large field. Even though we went in august there was plenty of room. Good swimming pool (although the water was cold), toilet facilities OK by French standards and generally clean but starting to look dated. Other facilities include mini golf, trampoline and a small football/basketball pitch. There was wifi in the bar area and you could order bread/croissants for the next day. There is also a fast food takeaway service which did pizza, burgers chips etc.
Campsite owner spoke very good English and was very helpful.
The only downside to the campsite is that it is in the middle of nowhere. It was too far to walk to the nearest village for a drink or food so you are pretty much confined to the site which was ok as we only stayed 5 nights but I wouldn't want to stay longer. Disney is 30 mins from the site (15 euros a day to park) and you can get to Paris easily from Val D'Europe station.
32 Reviews in total, now showing 1 to 6Next
Submit a review to UKCampsite.co.uk of any caravan park or campsite, for a chance to win a caravan towing course or motorhome manoeuvring course worth up to £145, or £100 of Amazon vouchers, courtesy of The Caravan Club. Join the Club for just £44 per year to enjoy access to a great range of caravan sites, benefits and special offers.
If you've visited this site, then please submit a review for a chance to win.
All reviews and comments are the personal opinion of the review author only , and as such do not represent the view of the UK Camp Site.co.uk.
The facilities shown on this website are a guide only, and you should check with the campsite direct before making any booking. The UKCampsite.co.uk will not be held responsible for any errors or omissions