Cost of camping in France

(4 Posts)
serin Wed 20-Feb-13 16:14:42

Sadly that sounds about right.

I remember the days when campsites were £8 a night (very old).

Check out Eurocamp and canvas becuase sometimes its cheaper to rent a pre erected tent

cheerup Wed 20-Feb-13 16:12:57

Sounds reasonable to me too. The most expensive sites can be £60 plus depending on pitch type for a family of 4 (kids 7 or over) during the high high season (i.e. 7 July to 18 Aug -ish). If you're travelling outside those dates,£35-40 per night is a lot more than you would pay using one of the discount schemes like ACSI or Camping Cheques.

lemonmajestic Wed 20-Feb-13 13:57:27

Is that pounds or euros? Sounds reasonable to me. How old are the dcs some sites in France charge adult rates for children over 10 years old!

travellingtime Wed 20-Feb-13 10:39:26

Is £35-40/night a resonable price for a campsite in France during high season.
We are 2 adults and 2 DCs and need the electic hook up.
It does seem like a very well serviced site (pools/bar/activites etc)
I'm out of touch with prices for France - this is near paris, not the beach

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