Camping de Paris (REF : P18)

2 Allée du Bord de l'eau, Paris, 75016 , France

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

This site on the banks of the Seine is ideal for exploring Paris and its surrounding attractions. It’s a modern, lush destination with a countryside feel despite being close to the heart of the city, and pitches are grassy and shaded by trees.

With so much close by, the site offers limited entertainment facilities, including a games room and play area. There’s also a bar and takeaway, and you can enjoy a real French breakfast thanks to the morning bread and croissant service.

Some of the main attractions of Paris, such as the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, are on the site’s doorstep, and the magnificent Palace of Versailles is within reach too. Enjoy the christmas markets on the Champs Elysées, just 20 minutes away from the site. Families will enjoy Disneyland Paris and Parc Astérix, which can both be reached in an hour.

Around and About 

Paris, The Eiffel Tour, The Arc de Triomphe, The Champs Elysées, Notre dame de Paris, The Sacré Coeur, The Louvre, Disneyland Paris, The Asterix parc, Museums, Gardens, Boat trips, Golf.

Things to do on site ...

  • Bike hire
  • Games room
  • Play area

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities -: good
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Takeaway
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge


Useful Info

Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 6:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 6:00 AM

Is there a set arrival day? No




From the A1 take the exit for the Périphérique Ouest, towards Rouen. Continue along this road (Bd Périphérique) for 3 miles/5 km, and then take the exit towards the D908/Porte de Champerret.
Keep right, but continue straight ahead, following the signs for Neuilly. As you pass ‘Espace Champerret’ on your right hand side, turn right onto the D908, still following the signs for Neuilly. Continue along this road for 1 mile/1.6 km, until you almost reach the River Seine. You will need to merge into the left hand lane, and turn left onto Boulevard Bourdon/Boulevard du Général Leclerc.
The campsite will be on your right hand side after approximately 2 miles/3 km. 


From the A16 take the exit for the N184 (signposted Cergy-Pontoise/Paris Porte Maillot). Continue along this road for approximately 5 miles/8 km and then take the exit for the A115, signposted A15 Paris. Where the A115 divides keep left following the signs for A15 Paris.
Keep right, and take the A86 towards Nanterre/Paris Port Maillot/La Défénse.
After approximately 5 miles/8 km, leave the A86 to join the A14, in the direction of Paris Port Maillot/La Défénse. Continue in the Tunnel de Nanterre La Défénse for 2.5 miles/4 km and then take the exit onto Quai de Dion Bouton/D7.
Turn left over the Pont de Puteaux (bridge), in the direction of Pont de Neuilly. When you reach the other side of the the river Seine, turn right and the campsite will be on your right hand side after approximately 0.75 miles/1.2 km. 

Sites key: Overseas Site

Picardy and Ile de France
Distance to Calais: (kms)
Lat 48.868226 / Lon 2.234912
Michelin map no.

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Paris
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Le Havre (197 kms)


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Dreadful Site

Very wet when we arrived and difficult to find the pitch, it was at the end of a small dead end road and the car had to go onto the pitch before the caravan could be maneuvered on using the mover. The pitch was on a serious slope and required the front legs and jockey wheel to be lifted using blocks, the rear of the van was on the ground. The pitch was muddy with at least 18 items of rubbish lying around and piles of dead leaves even though it was Easter. I was approached by a man wanting to scrounge a cigarette and there were two abandoned cars, one on the pitch next to us and one on the road near our pitch. When I contacted reception to complain about the pitch they said they allocated them at random and I could have gone on any empty pitch when I arrived but they did not tell me that before I pitched. On departure I had to use the 4wd mover to get off the pitch and reverse down the road and onto another area before I could hook up, had a crowd of spectators taking pictures and videos. The only good thing about this site is it’s proximity to Paris and the shuttle bus, not free, to the metro.
Caravanner from Fife

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