This traditional rural campsite, located in oak woodland in Burgundy, is surrounded by agricultural land and is within striking distance of the towns of Auxerre, Gien, Joigny and Montargis. There are 29 good-sized touring pitches, with electrical connections (10A) available, and a further seven tent pitches; the remaining 55 are occupied by seasonal units and rental accommodation, including two wooden chalets. The nearby village of Champignelles has a few shops and cafés and a couple of restaurants, while Auxerre is a lively city, a Ville d’Art et d’Histoire and a major centre for wine and gastronomy, with the vineyards of Chablis just a few kilometres east.
A drive of two hours from Paris and close to the A6 and A77 motorways, this could be used either for a stopover on the journey to or from the south-east or as a relaxing base from which to explore the Auxerrois countryside and the vineyards of northern Burgundy. There are museums, churches and castles to visit, walking and cycling trails provide opportunities for the energetic, and fishers will be delighted by the choice of ponds and rivers in the surrounding area.