We loved Paris with or without our children and we hope you’ll love it too! Our campsites in Paris featured below are located in close proximity to the French public transport system, allowing you easy access to well known attractions including Disneyland Paris, La Louve and the Eiffel Tower.
Children will no doubt love Disneyland Paris but will also be captivated by the other sights and sounds that Paris has to offer.
International | Paris
International is situated a mere 20 minutes from the centre of Paris and 40 minutes from the world acclaimed Disneyland Paris making it the perfect place to stay as either a stopover, a short break or as a full family holiday to see all the sights, history and culture that Paris has to offer.
Find out more and book International campsite.
La Croix du Vieux Pont | Berny Riviere
La Croix du Vieux Pont is a spectacular campsite which lies next to a gentle river in the wonderful Aisne valley.
Find out more and book La Croix du Vieux Pont campsite.
Camping les Etangs Fleuris | Touquin, Seine et Marne
Explore Paris on a camping holiday!
Camping in Paris is possibly the best way to discover what the city and surrounding areas have to offer.
Paris is well known for some of the biggest sights in France, including the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame cathedral and La Louve but to name only a few. The city can be full of romance for that special trip away, for couples of any age or can be one of the wonderful sightseeing tours for the whole family.
Sit outside one of the cafés and watch the world go by or visit as many sights as possible, the choice is yours.
Camping in Paris can offer either a short break to visit the sights in a weekend or take longer and make sure you see all that Paris has to offer.
For those families travelling to Paris why not enjoy all the city has to offer by spending a day or two at Disneyland Paris.
Paris is certainly a city to see by foot, as you can miss so much if you do not, however, thanks to superb transport links it is very easy to travel around the city.
The metro, trains and buses are on time and run frequently, allowing you to travel in or outside the city. Purchase a book of tickets to save money if you plan to travel using the metro a lot.
If you fancy something a little different then catch one of the boats that travel up and down the Seine all day. Take a river trip at night, enjoy an evening meal and take in the view of the attractions which are lit up at night. It’s a sight not to be missed!