If you want to avoid spending thousands on hotels, here are some of the best campsites near Disneyland Paris that won't break the bank and will still keep your family happy.
Camping Le Soleil De Crécy (FR77120)
One of the best campsites near Disneyland Paris for location, the campsite allows you to rent mobile homes or pitch your own tent or motorhome and is less than 20 minutes drive away. Disney pass holders get 10% off when booking from April - November. The park has a kids club and has an indoor and outdoor pool for some all-weather swimming in between your excursions to Disneyland Paris.
A bus journey to Disneyland will only set you back 2 euros and travels from the site so you can have a straightforward journey to the park. If you don't want to drive, you're also only an hour away from Paris by train, so you can still explore the city if you have some spare time.
At a mere 20 minutes drive from the park, you can't beat the location of this campground. In a beautiful location, the campsite is surrounded by greenery and a huge beach where you can carry out every conceivable water sport from sailing to water skiing. At only 9 kilometres from the park and 30 kilometres from Paris itself, you can travel around without the area being a limiting factor.
The site also offers horse-riding and off-road cycling routes, so there's plenty of options to entertain the whole family. This is one of the best campsites near Disneyland Paris for activities on-site. There's also a shuttle bus that takes you into Disney, and a wide range of veranda-surrounded mobile homes and pitches on offer. Make sure to check the site is open before booking, though, as it is closed for the winter season.
Just a 25 minutes drive to the park, this pet-friendly site offers mobile homes and sites for pitching your own tents or parking your motorhome. With a 40-minute journey from the nearby station into Paris, it's in easy access to all your main local attractions, as well as many local medieval castles and the local town of Provins.
There is also an on-site lounge and bar, as well as some local eateries that set up at the entrance to the park for some quick and easy food on the go. Tickets to Disneyland Paris are on sale from the site reception, and the pitch and mobile home prices are quite reasonable, so you can still splash out on the rest of your holiday. The site is open from late March through November.
With a 5 minute walk to the train station and a half-hour drive to Disneyland, you're within an easy travelling distance of the park and central Paris. The park boasts a waterpark, a pizzeria, and their own local restaurant and grocery shop, so you'll be fully stocked for your holiday.
The local area is also dotted with little local villages and many beautiful nature trails you can walk down, so it's not just Disneyland you'll be wanting to explore. It's also worth checking out the holiday deals, like Halloween or World Cup nights. The website frequently features discount rates off-season or with last-minute cancellations, so it's worth taking a look at our Paris campsites closer to the time if you're still undecided.
A good place to visit with children, this campsite has many weird and wonderful types of mobile homes, as well as some luxury caravans complete with air conditioning and a dishwasher so you can spend less time cleaning up after the family, and more time enjoying Disneyland. Complete with two pools and its own water slides and outside play areas, this is the perfect place to distract your kids if you want a day off from travelling into the park.
There is also a lounge, bar, and restaurant area to feed your family, and a kids club if you wanted to take the kids off your hands for an afternoon. At a 5 minute walk to the train into Paris and 35 minutes into Disneyland and its own local shop, everything is close by and is set in a relaxing location.
Although at just over an hours drive away from Disneyland, this park is slightly further out than its counterparts, this facility is perfect if you want a slightly more expensive, but luxurious stay during your time in France. Offering apartments, chalets, and even treehouses, this site has higher quality accommodation than some other locations.
It also has a huge pool complex and a water park, complete with slides, water spouts, and even a lazy river and jacuzzi for those that just want to relax. It has a village-style atmosphere, with a bar, pub two restaurants, take away, bakery, a little shop and its own entertainment room. It's open from April to October and has washing facilities catered for baby changing and also disabled access. This is one of the best campsites near Disneyland Paris for the quality of accommodation.
Check out these local campsites and see if there's one that can make your trip to Disneyland a fun one. If you're looking to make a daily pilgrimage into the park, why not book the closest facilities or one with a shuttle bus to make your travel easy. If you're only going to the park for a few days and want to explore the local area, those with local castles walks, and other tourist sites might be a better fit for you. Here’s to a happy holiday this 2020.
Rob has been involved in the leisure industry since completing a BTEC in Travel & Tourism in 1993. Previous roles have included the promotion of tourism in Yorkshire and running a motorcycle touring company in the Australian Outback.
He is the General Manager at Alan Rogers Travel Group, responsible for the ongoing development of the Alan Rogers website and the publication of the Alan Rogers Guides and 'Destinations' magazine.
He regularly travels with his wife and young daughter in their Dethleffs 'Campy' caravan. A keen cycling fan, Rob can often be found in a field in Belgium during the 'Spring Classics' season or riding his Royal Enfield Himalayan motorcycle.