We stayed at this site whilst attending a motorcyce event at nearby Montlhery. It absolutely suited our requirements. Staff prior to arrival had been very helpful when I added a extra day onto booking. The young lady who welcomed us to the site spoke English fluently which was a great relief to us. Our pitch was a good size for our motorhome and a trailer carrying to motorbikes. Plenty of rom left over for table and chairs. The roads within the site are quite narrow tho' so you need to be careful. There are 3 toilet blocks - two of which are quite basic, but the one just to the right of Reception was brighter, tiled, spotlessly clean and with showers, loos, washing machines, dryers etc. The toilet blocks were cleaned several times a day whilst we were there. Word of warning ref loos - you need to take your loo roll with you every visit - none provided. There were power points at the handbasin which meant I could use my hairdryer there rather than in our motorhome.
Word of warning about access to the site. The gates are closed from 10:00pm until 7:00am. You are given (for a deposit of 20 euros)a card which opens the gates between these hours BUT it only allows pedestrian access - no cars.
Our event started at Montlhery (10 mins drive away) at 07:00 and we hadn't appreciated that we couldn't get our motorhome and trailer out the gate. So there we were at 06:40am queuing along with about 6 other outfits waiting for someone to deactivate the lock on the gates. The owner/manager appeared at 06:50am and quickly sorted things for us.
There are small cabins/mobile homes which you can book on the site for 2 or 4 people. We are likely to return to the event next year and if so, would definitely book this site, possibly with a mobile home for others.
Small boulangier nearby and a small general store. Nothing on the site. No restaurant on site (young lady told us that, being so close to Paris, most of the folks who stay there eat in the city.
This adequate site is great if you want to visit Paris and a reasonable cost compared to many others around the city. A 10 minute walk to the railway station for a day pass gets you on a line that connects the Louvre, Orcy Museum, Eiffel Tower and Versailles. Without any changes! The site welcome was exceptional with Joseph speaking impeccable English and very helpful with local information. Pitches were adequate though a little untidy (long grass) and access roads were a little narrow for easy manoeuvring. Chemical toilet disposal a little basic but hey, this is France after all! HUGE supermarkets close by and lovely walks in the park opposite. Would go again if we visit Paris again. Though take your cheque book as, like most tourist cities, it's expensive.
We chose this campsite after 5 days in the Dordogne, we were looking for a 2 night stay and possibly a trip into Paris. After calling the site they told us we did not need to book and to just turn up, so we arrived early evening and were quickly shown to our pitch. This site is mainly dominated by caravans and motorhomes etc but has some great pitches for campers too. On checking in we were given details of how to get into Paris, where the local station was and the sights to see. The facilities at this site are brilliant, plenty of hot showers toilets, sinks, plug sockets, washing up areas etc, and all kept very clean. There is a small bar and in the evenings you can get some basic meals cooked, we sampled some of these and they were satisfying. We used this campsite purely as somewhere to sleep as a close point to Paris and many others were doing the same and for that it is ideal. We didn't explore too much locally but there is a nice bakers up the road and supermarkets nearby. All the staff at the site are very helpful and friendly, even bailing us out with some milk when needing our morning cup of tea.
We stayed here for two nights to visit Paris en route to the south west of France.
I would describe it as an adequate site but you would only stay here as an overnight stop, or to visit Paris, which is extremely easy - the train goes straight to the Eiffel Tower in about 30mins. The station is about a 10min walk from the site, even with two stroppy children in tow.
The facilities were dated and limited in number - we often had to wait for a toilet. The showers got you clean but were small (which is a bit of a drag if you are trying to shower your children), and tended to spray your towels etc hanging in the cubicle.
The on-site food was nice - an insouciant French chef cooking grilled meat, salad and frites to order from 6pm to 10pm.
You can also order croissants etc in the evening for your breakfast.
Staff were very nice and helpful.
One other thing for caravanners - the pitches are separated by a narrow road, and I noticed people struggling to park their vans as there wasn't much space to reverse into the pitch so you car did not hit the unit in front. One chap with a remote control for his van had an easier time of it!
Stayed just the one night en route for Loire valley. Adequate, clean and tidy only problem was the mozzies in the evening, I was eaten alive by the wretched things while putting up a tent for the kids and came out in hideous hives which affected me for the remainder of our two week holiday. Sought help from pharmacie who gave me some hydro-cortizone cream which helped greatly.
Not a fault of the site and god knows there are enough comments about the mozzies on this site but be warned, for about 1/2 hour or so each evening get the citronella out and slap on some repellent.
Great site for visiting Paris and Versailles, good value for money.
Stayed at this site for 2 out of 3 nights, for the purpose of visiting Paris. It was good for exactly that. 10 minutes walk to station and direct train to the metro.
I have been a camper for about 20 years and never have stayed at a site that dog owners allow their dogs to foul and not it pick up, toilets had blood smeared across the toilet floor, campers placed on every small bit of grass, even 3 pitches by the toilet blocks were used up.
Our pitch was large, but had broken/wobbly tiles across the middle of it and I didn;t see the point in complaining as they were full.
As with other reviews, the MOZZIES were awful, use some effective repellent.
There was a bar there, but we didn't realise until it was closed.
The staff were polite, but the location and politeness of staff will not get me back to this site, I am afraid.
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