Alan Rogers Review
This small and fairly basic campsite lies on a bank of the Doubs river, where it is possible to swim from a small sandy beach. Boating, canoeing, fishing and walking are also possible directly from the site. The surroundings are noted for their wildlife including around 160 species of bird. There are 70 level pitches, some with hardstanding, with 37 available for touring units, with enough electrical connections (some Europlug, some French) for all of them, and nobody will be too far from a water tap. Fully equipped caravans, chalets and mobile homes are available to rent.
Although the campsite is perhaps best suited to those who like to be active and/or explore the local area, there are some events and activities arranged in July/August.
Sanitary facilities include British and Turkish style WCs, washbasins and controllable showers. Facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine and dryer. Motorcaravan services. Snack bar including pizza (July/Aug). Outdoor swimming pool. Playground. Area for ball games. Table football. Boules. Boating. Canoeing. Fishing.
- Childrens Play Area
- Fishing on Site
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Takeaway Food
- Small Site
Leave the A39 at exit 6 (Dole) and take the N73 going southeast (towards Châlon-sur-Saône and/or Beaune). At Pourlans (about 22 km) turn left (south) towards Lays-sur-le-Doubs and Pierre-de-Bresse. In 3 km. just after crossing the river bridge, turn right into the campsite.