The site has 209 large pitches, of which 136 are for touring units. They are mostly flat (some slope slightly) and grassy and all have electricity (10A). Mature trees provide shade to all pitches at different times of the day. Entertainment and activities are organised from mid-June to the end of August, with something for everyone from quizzes and sports tournaments to canoeing and riding for the more adventurous. An excellent multi-lingual children’s club runs in July and August. Walking and mountain biking routes lead from the site through surrounding woodland.
Le Moulin du Roch is set on natural sloping woodland in the grounds of a former water mill and the Dutreux family have worked hard to ensure that it is an attractive and well run family campsite, fully deserving of its place in the Castels and Camping chain. Only 10 km. from the charming medieval town of Sarlat and 52 km. from Périgueux – the capital town of the Périgord region – this campsite is well situated for exploring the natural, historical, cultural and gastronomic riches of the Dordogne.