Camping International (Paris, France) Reviews
Newest Review: ... we wished in these areas, so off we went and we were immediately disappointed as the pitches were gravel not what you want for a brand new tent, they also seemed to be just squeezed in where there wasn't enough space for a caravan, so we hunted around a bit and finally found a large grass (well un gravelled area)area behind the bathrooms, nice hey, but we decided to go with it as by this time we had been travelling for 18 hours and we just wanted to rest. On the grass area there is no option of electric hook up. So on we got with putting the tent up, but the grass wasn't beneficial as it was absolutely rock hard, nothing was getting into th... more
Customer Camping International (Paris, France) Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
This is the first camping adventure id had since I was a kid, and when I was a kid I hated it but my husband is a camper and after five years of nagging I finally gave in, so we planned a trip across Europe with paris being the first stop. We chose this site as it was the closet on available to Paris and we were only stopping two nights so we didn't want to waste any time. It took us quite a while to find, but when we did we pulled in the waiting bay and went into reception we paid about 26 Euros a night this was without electric hookup. We were given a map and the receptionist circled the areas we could pitch up and said we go anywhere we wished in these ... Read the complete review
by claire - written on 17/05/09
We stayed at Camping International with Keycamp. Mobile home was clean and satisfactory. Bit tight on space but very economical so can't complain! Don't shop locally. If you have a car drive to the Carrefour hypermarket in nearby town - Sartraville (dont know if thats how its spelt!). Sooo much cheaper its well work the drive. Lots of manky cats on site, but as a cat lover that was ok. Spent a fortune on cat food though trying to fatten them up. Also saw hedgehogs and resident violent geese! Reps from Keycamp (and Eurocamp) were very friendly if a little unknowledgeable about the local attractions etc. Camp itself is quiet but location can be noisy. Obviously on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/00, updated on 13/07/00 (Useful, 707 readings)
We've also stayed at Camping International near Paris. In fact that is how we "did" Paris, we stopped there on the way back from the South of France for three nights. We were actually with Keycamp at the time, but we tend to use Eurocamp now - not that there is much between them. Zog is right, it is a cheap way to see Paris, and flexible as you can combine it with a visit to somewhere else as well like we did. There are a range of caravans available, so you can choose according to your budget and party size. The caravan site is in quite a convenient location. It is very easy indeed to catch the train into Paris. And it is quite a nice location, ... Read the complete review
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