Campsites around Paris

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  1. Jez and Lin

    Jez and Lin Funster Life Member

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    Can anyone recommend a Campsite that's handy for getting into Paris. We are looking at the end of August & have the Dog with us so any transport links in need to be Dog friendly. We are looking to head South East after that towards the Dijon / Jura mountain area so any tips on that area or the bit in between would be most appreciated. We have around 3 weeks in total.
     
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    Hi for Paris we always stay at camping international

    At maison laffite dog friendly and a good

    Rail service into Paris

    Mark.
     
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    Campsites near Paris

    We've stayed at Rambouillet,(Ile de France) not far from Versailles and then got the train in. Have been there a couple of times, quite convenient.
    Also stayed at Melun (Ile de France) where we also got the train in. Both are listed in the Michelin campsite guide.

    Both clean, reasonable cost and family friendly.:Smile:
     
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    Bus from campsite to nearest tube station which is then only 10 mins to central Paris.
     
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    We stayed at Maison la lafiette. As said above, great train link with week pass for a few Euros. On the pass you can get as far as Versaislles. A different pass if you want to do Disney.

    Maison la lafiette campsite is a bit of a long way round to get too on one way and two way back streets. Just keep following the camping signs. Getting out is just up the hill and your out.
    There is a lovelly old Adam Fammily looking house on the corner just as you turn down across bridge to site.
    They take ACSI, We were there with our 35 foot Rv so plenty of room and if you get the right pitch you are looking over Seine.

    Were going for a week but we were there three....:BigGrin::BigGrin:

    The Chateau is worth a look also, But if your not into Hole in the ground Toilets then do not go into the corner cafe nearby...
     
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    Hi

    We have stayed a couple of times at Camping Beau Village, just to the south. Our site review is here.

    We like the non rip off prices, the nice staff and the location. Ten minutes walk away is the train to Paris and you can buy a day ticket that includes buses, underground etc etc

    We go there toll free too - won't pay a penny in tolls!

    Russell
     
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