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Camping Parc De Fierbois
Parc De Fierbois
Ste Catherine De Fierbois
Loire Valley   (Browse area)
Tel: 0033 0 2 47 65 43 35
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Pitches: 394
Open: 24/04/2021 to 30/08/2021
           24/04/2022 to 30/08/2022

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 27 Reviews
                8/10 from 27 Reviews

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Who's it for
 Families Welcome   Not Members Only   No Rallies   Not Naturist Site 
 Dogs Welcome   No Dogs Allowed   Groups Welcome 
 Toilet Facilities   Hot Showers   Washing Up   No Bathroom 
 Baby Changing Facilities   Laundry On Site   Drinking Water   Disabled Friendly 
 Chemical Disposal   No Battery Charging   No Gas Exchange   Recycling Facilities 
 No Kitchen Facilities   No Freezer / Fridge   No Motorhome Point   Wifi Access 
 Shop On Site   Bar On Site   Restaurant or Cafe or Takeaway On Site 
 Kids Playground   TV Room   Games Room   Evening Entertainment 
 Fishing On Site   Wild Swimming On Site   Indoor Pool On Site   Outdoor Pool On Site 
 No Horse Riding   Cycle Hire On Site   No Golf   Tennis On Site 
 Beach On Site   No Watersports   No Boat Launch 
Other Features
 No Sea Views   Not Working Farm   No Campfires Allowed 
 Coastside Pitches   Public Transport   No Dog Walk 

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Date of Visit: July 2020 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Nights stayed: 1 Travelling as:  Family with young children
Reviewer: Dhughes59 2 reviews from this member

 Found this site by accident as the municipal camping near the town we usually use was still closed due to corvid virus (a good site and only 16 euro a night when open) We googled campsites near us and found this Eurocamp site.

It is very large with all sorts of facilities. We found a decent sized pitch and went to sort payment for the 1 night as we were only passing through. 62. 50 Euro for the night ! (the we have ever paid by almost double in 35 years of caravanning) It was getting late, so paid up.

We went for a walk around the site to see what we had paid for and found the following (not just looking for a moan due to cost) The Statics were very old and looked tired, the hedges and gardening in general was also looking unmaintained. The lake (blue on the Map) was a milky grey colour and did not look inviting as all. (looked like an old Limestone gravel pit)

The toilets, supposedly being kept super clean had a number of cubicles were bunged up and full of s**t, and other Dutch campers were saying they were unusable/unsanitary. I'm sure all the swings and pools etc. Were great, but not for us on a one night stop over. There were some go carts we asked about using with our granddaughter, but were told they were "extra cost". At 62. 50 Euro one night on a simple pitch, No thanks.

The only thing I can say in the sites defence, is it looked like it had only just re opened the week before, so possibly had not recruited a full team of staff yet?

Will plan our stop overs better next year. 

Date of Visit: July 2020 Unit:  Tent
Nights stayed: 3 Travelling as:  Family with young children
Reviewer: Junglesim 15 reviews from this member

 This is large site which is set in a very pleasant forested area. The site was perhaps at most a third full. Our visit coincided with the early easing of coronavirus related restrictions so we suspect this was the reason for the empty pitches. It does also mean that our view of the place is most likely biased.

When we arrived in bright sunshine (immediately putting us in the right frame of mind) despite paying for the most basic pitch, the staff, owing to it being practically empty, said we could pick our spot. They also said that all normally paid-for in-peak services would be free.

The new toilet block was fantastic. It was like being in a 5 star hotel and would be large enough even for when the site is packed. I am told that in previous years this had been something that let the site down so it is good to see that they recognised this and addressed it.

The on site 'Go-Ape' (not free) looked amazing zigzagging across the lake (which was great to swim in by the way and had a little beach) and through wood on either side. I did not do it, as to me at least, it would have seemed a little indulgent given that I was on a family holiday, but I was sorely tempted. I also do not try the indoor pool (why would we when the Sun is shining and Coronavirus is raging!).

Various supermarkets were an easy drive away. We would go again but I expect in normal times the experience might be a tad different. 

Date of Visit: August 2019 Unit:  Trailer Tent
Nights stayed: 14 Travelling as:  Family with young children
Reviewer: Parky15 9 reviews from this member

 Stayed here for 2 weeks and barely left the campsite as our boy was happy playing around the lake and pool with other children. Fishing, swimming and paddleboarding (we took our own) on the lake. Pool with waterslides was very busy at times, but lake was always quiet enough - it looked murky but was warm enough to swim in.

New toilet block was great - although they were having hot water problems when we were there.

Pitches were all large and ours was fully serviced. Some were all in the shade and some were all in the sun, ours was mixed.

We visited the zoo at beauval (best zoo ever according to son), a sealife centre near tours and a trip to leonardi de vinci house. We took the bikes, but there were no cycle paths nearby, so no good for children - but the kids were happy cycling around the campsite - it was big enough.

When we arrived it was mostly dutch with a handful of brits, but as we got further into the school holidays it was probably 50:50.

Would we go back? - yes probably 

Date of Visit: August 2017 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: Torrin40 3 reviews from this member

 We only stayed for 2 nights on the way up to Caen but we would happily have stayed longer.

The pitch we stayed on was the largest camping pitch I have ever encountered and the toilet block, which is obviously fairly new, was the best I have ever seen on a campsite. It was like a hotel with stone tiled walls and floors, a central rose bed, piping hot showers, a children's area with toddler size toilets and sinks, toilet seats, toilet roll and soap. I could go on and on and write this whole review about the toilets! That's how good they were!

Apart from the totally amazing toilet block the site has good facilities, shop, restaurant, take away pizza, entertainment, bar, indoor swimming pool, heated outdoor pools/slides etc, friendly and helpful reception and did I mention the toilets??

Some of our party swam in the lake which has a floating platform to jump off but it was a bit chilly for me!

Overall a lovely site that we would happily visit again. 

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Static
Reviewer: Tucker81 6 reviews from this member

 We stayed in one of the site's own chalets - far superior to Eurocamp in my opinion and a lot cheaper. We stayed for 2 nights at the end of the season, just before the site shut on 4th September, so that could also explain the price.

The site was quiet, again because it was the end of the season. I can imagine it must be very busy in peak season, especially the pool area.

I'm afraid we didn't use the sanitary blocks as we were in a chalet, but the site was generally tidy and well-maintained.

We particularly enjoyed the lake and the adjacent indoor swimming pool, which was deserted.

We didn't travel off site apart from to the Super-U, which was an easy 10 minute drive away.

I would definitely return to this site at the end of the season as it was nice and quiet, and the chalets were of a very high standard. 


Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Damo1 4 reviews from this member

 What a great site. All clean facilities with friendly staff who will help you with anything you need. The pitches are a good size and level. The on site shop is well stocked with the basic things you need and at a good price where you won't feel ripped off. The on site restaurant is very good food and also the freshly made pizza's are delicious at good prices. The price of a pint of beer is on the expensive size at Ä5.

The pool and slides where a great hit and the kids loved them too. A great day fishing was had by all which is free of charge and plenty to be caught. The crazy golf was a good laugh which is also free.

The go-karts are fun but half an hour was plenty especially in the hot weather.

The entrance gates get locked at 11pm until 7. 30am but security show you where to park and make sure you car is safe.

I don't think we found or saw anything that we were not happy with.

Would we return. Yes We would.

Only 189 Miles from Caen which is a nice easy drive. 

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Ponciauman 11 reviews from this member

 This is a 5 star Castel site with a lovely pool complex. During my visit 70% of campers/caravanners were dutch. The site is kept clean, however, would benefit from a bit of TLC on the pitches (grass cutting)before arrival.

The prices on the site are high in comparison to others I have visited and it is a little remote in its location.

The takeaway is limited in both its menu and opening times and the bar is expensive, 6 euros for a pint, unless you go during happy hour 18. 00-19. 00 when it is half price. The shower blocks are clean and have plenty to cope with the high season. The WC's do not have any WHB's and if you go around the corner to find one the do not have any soap so take your own.

The staff are all friendly and helpful and there is plenty to do including a lake with man made beach, indoor pool overlooking the lake, tree top zip wires, tennis and table tennis and bike hire is available on site.

I would go here again, however, prefer a site closer to restaurants etc but it is good for the Chateau.  

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: EasyLu 11 reviews from this member

 We had 10 nights here and it was a very enjoyable holiday. The weather was fantastic. The site is sloping towards the lake but pitches are tiered so all fairly level and large. The pitches on the side nearest the lake are largely set in woodland so more shaded. Electric and water tap were on the pitch. Electric was good it didnít trip the entire holiday, we didnít need our European adapter. We hired a fridge which was fairly new.

There were a high percentage of British families on the site and our children made friends easily, which meant we were able to relax as the children were busy playing. There are plenty of organised sporting activities to do on site but my children chose not to attend them.

There are two toilet/shower blocks both were fine. A smaller one nearer the woodland pitches which has separate ladies and gents toilets/showers/sinks with hand wash and a much larger block in the centre of the site serving the less shaded pitches. They were cleaned twice daily, although walls, doors and floor corners were missed, which certainly didn't spoil our holiday. I didnít try using the row of unisex toilet cubicles at the end of the large block; we used the large disabled cubicles as they have a sink in them for washing hands and offered a little more privacy. Hand wash in the large block is located in the dish washing area. We used showers in the back of the large block and they were generally piping hot. There are good dish washing facilities and big sinks for laundry with hot water.

The lake was much larger than expected, ideal for kayaking and warm to swim out to the pontoon from the beach. I purchased buoyancy jackets before we went for my own children for peace of mind. We bought a large dingy and oars from the local Aldi and rowed around the lake which was enjoyable. The beach is south facing and sheltered, so is much warmer than the water park. Many children went between the lake and the indoor pool which is close by. Lots of people fished in the lake and were catching huge carp, we had a go but having never fished before and only caught cat fish! The beach is more of a fine grit rather than sand, it was a little weedy but a very pleasant natural environment to enjoy. You could hire pedal boats from by the beach. The children enjoyed the water park with slides but found it cold and didnít last long in the water.

This is the largest site we have ever stopped on and I found it took longer for things to settle at night. We were disturbed on two nights from pitches nearby where 3 English families had made friends and were loud until gone 2am one night, at midnight the next night other campers started making comments about them so they quietened down. Reception were reactive when I gave them the pitch numbers the following morning and we did hear a golf buggy come by and check a few times during that evening /night and all was quiet.

My daughter really enjoyed the 3 zip wires suspended from trees over the lake (5euro). I think it was quite challenging to do really and you have to be confident to unclip you own carabiner to climb up rope ladders and attach yourself to each wire, so better for teenagers really. If you take your own equipment there are 5 table tennis tables and an area to play boules, which a lot of families did in the evening. Wi-Fi connection was generally good and 3 euro for 24 hours although the owner did give it us complimentary on some days. My son advised the skate park was more suitable for teenagers as the ramps were high.

We visited a few towns. Loches was the most interesting-lots of medieval market stalls aligning the entrance to the castle and people dressed up. The castle reminded me of something out of a film. We went on market day and a walking medieval band played. The market was extensive and we had lovely crepes from it. There is a small, relatively shallow river where kayaks and kit could be hired for about 8euro for a couple hours.

We came back on a Sunday morning via the N10, N154 before picking the toll roads up at Rouen. It was a much more scenic route and cheaper than the toll roads as you actually got to see some of France. This took us about 7 hours to get back to Calais with comfort stops and towing a trailer. The road is good with some parts that are dual carriage way. 

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Swanny65 11 reviews from this member

 We have just returned from 2 weeks in France and stayed here for the first 6 days.

The site was a little dated but nice and clean. Large level pitch with our own water supply. You will need an adapter for electricity.

Toilets were clean but no soap provided. Showers also clean with hot water. Plenty on washing up area. The on site shop had a good range of stock, although a lot cheaper in the nearest supermarket.

As already mentioned the lake had green algae during our stay, which meant no swimming in the lake.

Pool area great for kids with slides and several different pools. Lifeguard was not present in the morning.

Plenty for the kids to do, including a skateboard area, 2 tennis courts and 5 table tennis tables. Archery is for over 12's only. My son preferred this site to the others we visited.

Be prepared for power cuts. We had 3 during our 6 day stay. The first couple were less than an hour. The final one started at 5pm on the day before we left and the power was still off over 36 hours later. Pity the Welshman near me who had only brought one gas cylinder for his families 3 week stay. 

Date of Visit: August 2012 Unit:  Trailer Tent
Reviewer: Dubs1978 4 reviews from this member

 We took our folding camper on it's 1st visit to France this summer, staying at Parc de Fierbois.

Our pitch (206) was massive, we managed to park the car next to the hedge, then have the folding camper and awning as well as a tarp up for shade and still had room loads of room on our pitch! There was a water tap on the EHU post and a waste drainpipe on the pitch, but it only had a small opening to pour grey water down, which wasn't easy. The ground was patchy grass and very firm, so we had to use rock pegs to peg down the awning.

Our pitch was fairly shaded for some of the day so we didn't have to worry about the kids being in the sun all day. Some of the pitches in the middle of the site towards the showerblock didn't seem to have very much shade at all and the pitches in the woods towards the lake didn't seem to have much sun. So really our pitch was perfect.

We needed to use our Frence EHU adapter, but if you don't have you you can hire them for 20 euros from the site.

The showers and toilets were fine, some were a little cramped, but the two corner showers were bigger and good if you have to shower children as you have somewhere to stand. The showers in the main block were sometimes cold, sometimes hot, but I found the few showers nr the washing up area were better temperature controlled. There was another shower block nr the shops and playground but I didn't use those ones.

The shop was fine, we had bread and crossiants from there daily, as well as emergency food. The intermarche is a short drive away in Sainte Maure de Touraine.

The site itself was laid out well, ourdoor pool was next to the bar and arcade, shops were nearby as was the takeaway and restaurant. We didn't have a meal our but did get chips from the takeaway a few times.

Pool complex was nice, pool was cold but like most outdoor pools fine once you were in. It had a shallow sloping end for little kids, and shallow round area of the pool, then deeper until you got to the other side. I am 5ft 3 and I couldn't stand in the deep end, but my husband is 6ft and he's shoulders were always out of the water.

The slides were fun and landed into a splash pool that was about 1 meter deep, meaning small kids would be ok.

The pool complex was very busy most days and lots of people had huge inflatables which made actually swimming hard. Towards the end of our holiday we started going swimming about 6. 30pm and found the pools emptied enough by then so you could swim without meeting someone in your way.

My children used the kids club and had lots of fun with Alex and Rosie. Kids club ran most days for 4hrs a day, morning and afternoon.

The lake was ok to swim in, we gave it a go and spent about 40 mins in the water. It is very deep though and drops off quite quickly so you need to supervise young kids. It is also very murky and if a child was to ever go under I doubt you would even see them under the water to help them. My husband swam out to the pontoon in the middle and said he couldn't touch the bottom when he jumped in!

The indoor pool was ok, not massive and not that warm, but again, once you're in it's fine.

We didn't use the bikes, or go cars, didn't use the adventure park or ponies.

The night time emtertainment left a lot to be disired and one show they did just looked so wrong, where the two men pretended the two girls were instruments and 'played' them. It just looked wrong!

Also couldn't understand why everything was inside the bar when the weather was baking hot. They had massive fold away doors by the inside seating and stage and not once did they open them up so those outside could watch.

Outside of an evening they had little kids ride on cars on a track and they cost 2euros a go.

Beer cost about 3 euros a pint, so we started buying wine from the bar as that was only 8 euros a bottle.

We had a few days out, we went to a grotte (caves) in Villandry which was interesting (and you get to taste some of their wine) we went to Ch‚teau du Rivau, in Lťmerť which was nice for children as the gardens send you on a hunt for an Ogre and the gardens are full of fairytale adventures. We also went to Lulu park on the banks of the Loire in Rochecorbon. This is an ourdoor play area with inflatables, bouncing pillows, bikes, tampolines, a taboggan ride, and inflatable water slides. It's a good day out if you have kids under 12. 

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