At Go Camp France we love the campsites in Jura. Maybe it’s because of the activities or maybe it’s because of the scenery and history. All we can say is, that we found there’s so much to do, you will find it as hard as we did to fit everything into your holiday in France.
If there’s one thing that we do suggest, it’s that you don’t just explore France but consider crossing the border into Germany or Switzerland as well.
La Pergola | Lac de Chalain
La Pergola is part of the “Castels” group and benefits from a truly wonderful location right on the banks of Lac de Chalain.
Find out more and book La Pergola campsite.
‘Pitch Only’ camping can be booked with Suncamp Holidays
Domaine de Chalain | Lac de Chalain
Domaine de Chalain benefits from being in a wonderful location, set beside a lake with the wooded hills of the Jura surrounding it.
Find out more and book Domaine de Chalain campsite.
Le Val de Bonnal | Rougemont
Le Val de Bonnal is popular with those looking for a traditional campsite in France on which they can relax, as well as with those looking for a variety of sporting activities.
Find out more and book La Val de Bonnal campsite.
Explore Jura on a camping holiday!
Why limit yourself to visiting one country when you can visit up to three.
Even though the airports of Geneva and Lyon are close to hand to the region of Jura, we recommend you either take your own car or make your holiday a fly drive. The reasons for this become clear when we explain that you can benefit from having a car due to the Jura’s close proximity to Switzerland and Germany.
Although you will find a lot to do in the Jura, it is well worth considering taking in some of what Switzerland and Germany have to offer whilst you are there.
The Jura is one of France’s hidden gems with stunning scenery in the form of rivers running through deep gorges, mountains, caves such as the Grottes de l’Orbe and high glacial lakes. The region also boasts a wealth of mountain roads leading to medieval villages and a variety of ruined castles which are dotted across the Vosges. The Fort de Joux for example is perched on a natural rock outcropping.
The region is a paradise for those wishing to mountain bike, ski, walk, hike or explore by driving. There are many signposted trails available for you to explore including the Jura ridgeway which is approximately 310km long.
Two towns within the area are La Chaux de Fonds and Le Locle which have both been recognised as UNESCO world heritage sites.
We believe the best way for you to enjoy and explore all Jura has to offer is by camping in one of the superb sites listed.