Camping at Disneyland Paris

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  1. 385debbie123

    385debbie123 Read Only Funster

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    Hi
    We want to go to disneyland paris and wondered if you can still stay onsite at disneyland as I know a few years ago you could - is this still the case?

    If not, can you recommend another campsite nearby to stay in.

    Thanks
    Debbie
     
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    I don't know the answer, almost certainly yes, but this is a regular, just use our search engine.
     
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    Yes you can, we will be there in late May. :BigGrin:

    Ian
     
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    Yes you can, pal of mine was there a few weeks ago in his motorhome:thumb:
     
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    We stayed here last summer. http://www.camping-jablines.com/

    You can get a bus from the campsite gates direct to the Eurodisney Park. There is a regular service throughout day. It's about a 30 min ride on the bus.
     
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    We stayed there for 3 nights summer 2009. If you have a look on youtube someone has put a video of them entering the car park.

    Forgot to mention welcome to fun
     
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    yes you can and i think its now 20 euro now unless you have an annual pass then its free:thumb: were going begining of april
     
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    As mentioned, there is a per night fee for parking unless you have an annual pass.

    The coach drivers facilities are still available as far as I am aware (were in October) for toilets and showers.

    We are there again over the Easter school holidays. Will be the 3rd visit we have had out of our annual pass.

    Annual pass details can be found at:

    http://www.dlrpmagic.com/planning/booking/annual-passports/

    with the blockout days (depending on pass) at:

    http://www.dlrpmagic.com/calendar/annual-passport-blockouts/
     
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    Hi
    Thanks for the replies - do you need to pre- book or can you just turn up and if so, is the area easy to find (apologies if a stupid question!!).

    thks
    Debbie
     
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    Very easy to find, it's well signposted :thumb:

    Just follow the herd of vans :Laughing:
     
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    hi can anybody tell me if I buy an annual pass can i park my motorhome free of charge or do you still have to pay overnight fee thanks
     
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    If you have the annual pass you can park as long as you like free.
    I first got my annual pass so that I could spend a few days on route to and from Spain and get the metro from Disney straight into Paris.
     
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    Parking and overnight stay is free for annual pass holders. Not sure if you can claim back the first night if you buy the pass on your first day in the park as you will have been charged parking on entry.

    If you arrive after the car park booths have closed, you can pull over on the right hand side of the road up to the tolls and stay there overnight. Usually a dozen or so there by the morning all lined up.

    Obviously no facilities there though. There is also no rush to move from there in the morning, you don't get someone trying to move you in at 8am which is good if you did arrive very late.

    Got there at 3am before and there were at least 5 more that arrived after me.
     
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    Great - thanks very much to you all.

    Debbie
     
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