Having read other reviews we were a bit concerned over what we would find, however our worries were unfounded. It is a good site 20 mins from Paris centre by RER. I'ts unusual in that it is in woodland. Yes it's expensive 40 Euro a night, but what do you expect that close to Paris? Standard pitches were small but adequate for medium sized campervan, no problem with hook up our 25m cable was more than long enough. Pitches were a bit close together but it is a very friendly site. Did not use pool or snack bar although did have a drink, again not over expensive for the area. Showers etc very clean and well maintained, had to wait a few minutes one morning for a shower otherwise no queues (even in August). Reception very helpful, Although no shop on site village is only a 5 minute walk away as is train and bus stops - 10 minute bus ride to Palace of Versailles.
PS as mentioned in other reviews A86 has 2m height limit so approach via A13.
Huttopia Versailles is excellent for quick and easy access to the Palace of Versailles and the sights of Paris. End of the good stuff. It is incredibly expensive for what it is. A very average campsite. The pitches are small, mostly uneven and very unsuitable for medium sized caravans and larger ( beware your clutch ). Good shower blocks but in all only 12 shower cubicles for the whole site which is mostly tents and small campervans, so the showers are in big demand. No waterpoints except the one campervan drainage/waterpoint. An open to the sky chemical disposal point with no flush. A small snack bar with a menu that is 80 per cent pizzas. Expensive drinks. Over 5 pounds for a pint of beer. A tiny pool for a largish campsite. Noisy at night from trains nearby. No Wifi except at the bar. We booked a pitch for 3 nights all paid in advance ( 146 Euros ) and we were shown an atrocious pitch. Take it or leave it. We demanded another pitch which was found but with no spare electric hook-ups. The nearest one was too far for my 25 metre cable. We asked to borrow an extension from the office which was provided against surrender of passport. Turned out to be a domestic cable, so no good anyway. There are very few campsites in or near Versailles/Paris. So thatís why you get what you get. PS donít try to use the A86 motorway as itís limited to vehicles under 2 metres.
Stayed here for 5 nights. The site is in a corner of the Forest of Versailles and the pitches are among the trees. The ground is uneven because of tree roots. We had no trouble getting the van level but very large units might have more of a problem. The staff were all friendly and helpful. The washrooms were modern and regularly cleaned. There is no children's play area on site but a very good one just outside in the woods. Wifi is free but only available around the bar/restaurant and in reception where there is also a computer freely available for guests to use. Bread and croissants are available from 8am if ordered the night before. The site is really well situated only 10 minutes walk away from the Paris train and 15 from the bus to Versailles. We used an ACSI card so it only cost 18 euros a night plus local tax. We will definitely use the site again when staying near Paris.
Like most visitors, I spent just 3 days on the site in a tent with my family.
The site is situated brilliantly for access to Paris (20 mins by train) and Versailles (walk, bus or cycle).
The site is nestled in a woodland area, and is very attractive.
The service was nothing special.
The pitches in the area we were allocated were hardly marked out at all; although the map showed twelve distinct pitches (C1 to C12) in fact it was a free-for-all. Also the area was not very flat.
The pool is quite small and quite cold.
The toilet and shower blocks were by far the most attractive and clean I have come across on any campsite. However, they were not great to use; no plugs in any of the basins (even washing up basins). The showers were awful when anyone else was using the block; water temperature varied from scorching to freezing depending on what else was happening at the time and the water was a dribble. Also, frequent queues for both toilets and showers.
Rather expensive, but I guess you're paying for the location.
The site could be quite noisy at night; not from other campers but from the town, the railway and the forest wildlife.
It is just a few minutes walk from the town of Versailles where there are plenty of shops and cafes. There is a small cafe/bar on site which is adequate if rather pricy.
Stayed for 3 nights as part of a tour round France. We wanted to see Paris, and although this site is expensive, staying anywhere near Paris is going to cost a bit. The location couldn't have been better. It is a few minutes walk to the train station, with the trains taking you direct to the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Versailles and many other central Paris locations. The reception staff will even organise tickets for you.
There is no shop on site, but there is a convenience store and a small supermarket a few minutes walk away, which provided a much better service at more reasonable prices than most campsite shops.
I only have two small criticisms. One is that you have to buy a pass in order to use Wifi, but that is only available when reception is open. Easy enough to get round once you know how, but don't expect to just be able to saunter down the bar, pay and use Wifi in the evening.
Second criticism would be the pitch sizes. We paid for an extra large pitch, but it still only just fitted our 8 man tunnel tent, with a bit of room to sit out. Fortunately in June the site was half empty and we just spread out into neighbouring pitches, but it would feel very cramped if it was full.
We wanted to take our children to Paris and we have recently acquired a Campervan, so Huttopia Versailles was the perfect solution for us.
The location is brilliant - in the woods, but right next door to the very French suburban streets. It was a short walk to the local shops - boulangerie, banks, small supermarket and street market. As suggested, we caught the train to Paris from Porchefontaine station, which was also a short walk away and a very straightforward journey.
The campsite was less than half full so only two of the shower / toilet blocks were open. The showers were fine, and there were plenty of washbasins. The loos were a bit disappointing though, opening straight off the path around the shower block, so were cold and dark in the evenings and there was no distinction between ladies and gents. I didn't see much evidence of them being cleaned.
We didn't use the pool as the weather was too cold. We had a larger pitch which was attractive, pretty level and included a useful picnic table. Our children loved biking around the campsite.
We biked up to the Palace of Versailles (but didn't go in) along the wide cycle path adjacent to Avenue de Paris. I would have liked to have had more time to explore the town of Versailles itself which looked lovely when we drove through.
All in all, a good mixture of chic city life and back to nature camping.
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