Alan Rogers Review
This site is southeast of Milly-la-Forêt with Fontainebleu and the A6 nearby. It could therefore be a useful stopover on the way north or south. The terrain is as nature intended with very little grass and no neatly trimmed hedges. There are 200 pitches in total, most of which are for permanent mobile homes, 22 are available to rent, leaving a small number of pitches for touring. All are in the trees so there is little sun on your pitch. There is no entertainment but amenities include a modern, fenced play area and excellent swimming and paddling pools.
There is no bar, shop, restaurant or takeaway. A baker and pizza van call in high season (July/Aug). The main toilet block is set away from the touring pitches and the prefabricated-style facilities may be congested at peak times. Some of the site roads were very rutted when we visited. Many of the site’s visitors seem to be young people. It would be a good site for those wishing to visit Fontainebleu and for rock climbing. Long electricity leads required on some pitches.
Two clean, unheated toilet blocks (no toilet paper), one brick built, the other prefabricated units, include washbasins in cubicles, suites for disabled persons (prefabricated units) and facilities for children and babies (main block). No laundry facilities. No motorcaravan services. Swimming pool and jacuzzi. Play area. Boules. No open fires. No road lighting – torches recommended.
- Bar Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Riding Nearby
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
Leave A6 at exit 13, join D372 and then turn left on D837 towards Fontainebleau following site signs. Site is on the D16 towards Noisy-sur-Ecole.