Le Brabois (REF : J03)

Camping Le Brabois, Avenue Paul Muller, Villers les Nancy, 54600, France

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Motorhomes

Why stay here ...

Situated just outside the city of Nancy and close to the Lorraine Natural Park, Le Brabois is a friendly site popular for overnight stops. The welcoming reception staff, who speak some English, are attentive and helpful.

Most of the pitches, which are of a good size, have some shade and hardstanding is available. The small shop sells eggs and other produce that is grown onsite, and a snack bar and takeaway are open in peak season.

The main attraction is nearby Nancy, which can be reached easily by the bus that stops 100m from the site entrance. There are also some lovely walking and cycling routes in the forested area around the site.

Around and About

Strasbourg, Colmar, Baccarat, Nancy, Botanical gardens of Montet, Amneville zoo, Theme parks, Châteaux, Museums, Golf, Horse riding, Fishing, Swimming pool, Tennis.

Things to do on site ...

  • Daytime entertainment (high season)
  • Football
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas, electric, barbecue zone
  • Disabled facilities -: good
  • Motorhome service point
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi charge

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Latest arrival time - low: 9:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 8:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 8:00 AM

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From the A33 (to the West of Nancy) take exit 2b signed posted Nancy/Brabois, then merge on to the D974 towards Vandoeuvre/Nancy/Brabois. At the roundabout (with traffic lights) take the 3rd exit signposted Maron and Brabois (with camping sign) on to the D92A, at the t-junction turn right on to Av. Paul Muller then take the next right turn and the site entrance will be on the left

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
54600
Region:
Alsace and Lorraine
Department:
Meurthe-et-Moselle
Distance to Calais: (kms)
514
GPS:
Lat 48.65734 / Lon 6.13993
Michelin map no.
307

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Nancy
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Le Havre (593 kms)

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Why is this site on the Caravan and Motorhome Club

This site is ok for 1 night if you fill water bottles from the dishwashing sinks and keep well away from where you are supposed to fill water barrels. I agree with another reviewer, it is disgusting and extremely unhygienic to have a fresh water tap a foot above where toilet waste is emptied. I watched a motorhome do this and the tap was splashed with lord knows what. The electricity is 6 amps, it lights the caravan and that's about all. Water in the showers is lukewarm and they could do with a good scrub, cobwebs at ground level and stained toilets, some with black plastic bags on them. I decided not to try the pool. We stayed 2 nights, as we felt it was a shame not to explore Nancy. We would return to Nancy in a heartbeat as it is lovely and well worth a visit, but not to this site. It does not deserve to be part of this club.
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Good for one night but avoid the acorn trees in september

Tired campsite but clean. I'd avoid staying there during acorn season. I have a small metal roof camper van and I spent the night on the allocated pitch being kept awake by falling acorns. There are 16 small impact dents on the roof and two on the bonnet from said acorns. My roof gutters and windscreen gutters were full of acorns the next morning. Other people were complaining of the acorns too. I also had problems with my domestic kettle tripping out the pitch electrics three times. This was only used with internal LED lights and the fridge. It wouldn't be possible to have any heating on if you wanted to boil the kettle. Can't comment on anything else as this was a 1 night stop over (fortunately ).
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I Don't Know Nancy but This Is More Of A Transit site

Used as a stop-over on both inward and outward journey to Venice. As with others we got the 'special' pitch and paid £22 which is OTT for what you get. Pitch was decent size, did have water and waste disposal on pitch but it did slope upwards and so the drainage pipe was trying to go uphill on our pitch and so pointless! Lovely staff but little English spoken if you are linguistically challenged! Bar/cafe etc on site and lots of recycling. Supermarket and cheap fuel 2 miles away. Can't agree more with the comment about the chemical waste disposal - it is part of a unit where drinking water is dispensed and that is unforgivable! Can't believe the Club has recommended this site if only for this reason! We were at the bottom of the site from this 'facility' and so our waste went into one of the toilet blocks!
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Ok for short stay

Stayed for two nights, pitches tight, facilities good and clean, can only take dog into Nancy on the bus if said dog is in a basket, however easy parking in City centre for motorhomes signed tourist bus parking very cheap and huge area easy walk anywhere from there well worth visiting
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Bit of a shame

Its a shame this campsite has not had more TLC, the pitches are poor and the facilites are neglected. It is set in a great location with good public transport very close and a supermarket within 2km. We were made to book a super pitch at extra cost due to the size of our outfit, this turned out to be an overgrown grassed area at the edge of the site which had water close by and 15amp electrics. As it rained heavily on our first day we were in danger of getting stuck so agreed to move to a hardstanding pitch in the centre of the park which was much better but did not have water and only 6amp electic - neither of which we minded and would happily have booked this in the first place had we been allowed (also saving some money). This is an expensive camp site which could be well worth visiting but at the moment it is extremely poor value for money and very neglected.

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