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Visiting a foreign country with little ones in tow can be a challenge, but help is at hand. Search for child- and baby-friendly campsites in France and you’ll soon be looking forward to a family camping holiday to remember. Be sure to check your family passports are up to date and familiarise yourself with any entry requirements before you travel. If you’re self-driving, you can bring your tent set-up or motorhome and check into one of our many baby-friendly campsites throughout France. Comfortable self-catering accommodation is available to book, with chalets and cottages that can sleep as many as 8+ for larger families.
Experience the togetherness of a camping holiday with loved ones and create unforgettable memories.
Escape to the sea, mountains or countryside....Have a break and breathe again!
A splash in the pool with the kids. A sunset on the beach. Rediscover the fun and beauty in the simple things in life.
With a wealth of beautiful countryside, bustling ports, sandy beaches and chic towns to discover, make France the number one location for your next family camping trip.
Choosing a baby-friendly campsite near to Paris will put you right at the heart of the fun. Visit landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. Of course, no trip would be complete without watching the fireworks over the enchanted castle of Disneyland Paris.
Booking a family-friendly campsite in France near to a beach enables you to get out on the water. Rent a surfboard to catch those Balearic waves down in Montpellier and Marseilles.
Treat yourself to a stay at a French campsite near Gers to partake in boating and fishing activities on the 70-hectare lake. Kids love getting out and about on the water, but be sure to use safety floats for little ones and unconfident swimmers.
Children need to let off steam, so let them enjoy the on-site playgrounds, swimming pools and sports fields. Bring a football or bat and ball from home and they’ll soon be heading off for some independent sporting fun.
Rent a chalet or pitch with self-catering facilities and enjoy an al fresco BBQ or picnic meal. If rain stops play, many baby-friendly campsites have takeaway options including freshly cooked pizza.
France is home to beautiful national parks, stunning landmarks and historic chateaux. Take a trip away from the campsite to enjoy sights such as the Saint Brieuc historical centre in the valley of Gouedic. A fun daytrip, castle spotting is always a holiday highlight.
Visit one of the local farmers’ markets or family-run shops to enjoy fresh fruit, veg, pastries, cheeses and meats. Tucking into a freshly baked French baguette with a slice of creamy Brie is surely one of France’s culinary highlights. Buy a picnic lunch and find a local park to enjoy an al fresco experience.
Heighten your pre-holiday excitement by learning some of the French language before your trip. A simple ‘bonjour’ and ‘merci’ help break the ice and as children soak up new languages quickly, you can let them dive in.
Family camping holiday sites in France are conveniently located for your easy arrival and will be situated close to amenities such as petting zoos, horse-riding stables, archery centres and amusement parks.
Choose a baby-friendly campsite to ensure your children have plenty to occupy themselves with. On-site children’s clubs, entertainment and organised events help to keep them busy while you sit back and relax.
Self-catering holidays are a great way for the family to come together and make memories. Make your next camping holiday a great one in France.
Keep your family comfortable during any extreme temperatures. Many of the baby-friendly campsites in France offer accommodation with both heating and air conditioning.
Search for family campsites with waterparks for a great selection of French camping sites which offer a choice of swimming pools, Jacuzzis, pool slides and more.
France is famous the world over for its annual Tour de France cycle race. Feel inspired to explore the countryside by bike and hire family bicycles from your site for a day out. Bring a picnic and enjoy eating al fresco.
Many of the campsites in France offer an on-site restaurant, catering for all the family’s needs. Ask to use a highchair or booster seat when you book a table, or bring your own stroller to the dinner table.
No need for you to bring spare bedding or clothes for your camping holiday in France. Choose a baby-friendly campsite that offers an on-site laundry room with washing machines, dryers, irons and ironing boards.
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