Situated on the banks of the River Seine, this parc is ideal for visiting Disneyland® Resort Paris or the beautiful capital itself.
Camping International is set in a residential suburb of Maisons Laffitte in north-west Paris. An ideal base to explore the capital, the parc is within walking distance of the local train station, which takes just twenty minutes to reach the city centre and will also take you directly to Disneyland® Resort Paris.
The facilities are quite basic but include a shop, bar and snack-bar. You are also within walking distance of Maisons Laffitte where you will find several good restaurants, a supermarket, local shops and a sports complex. Barges and trains can be heard on-parc.
The spectacular palace of Versailles, dating back to 1653 is only 20 minutes drive away and not to be missed.
offers the following facilities.
There is a playground
Perch, carp, bream.
Toilets and Showers available on site Launderette available on site There is a club and / or bar available on the site There is a restaurant on the site There is a Take Away on the site There is a childrens play area on site There is a shop on site to buy food and other essentials Well behaved dogs are welcomed on this site WiFi or internet is available on parts or all of the site
Can I take my dog to this campsite?
Accommodation restrictions: All accommodation types except Prestiges and Vistas
Do dogs have to be kept on a leash? Yes
Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.
1, rue Johnson
Hook of Holland: 480km.
Le Havre: 182km.
St Malo: 388km.
Paris Orly Airport: 38km.
Paris CDG Airport: 37km.
Beauvais airport: 81km.
Local Railway: Maison Lafitte, 1 Km
Services to: Paris / St lazare or RER Charles de Gaulle
Paris can easily be explored using the Metro system. Visit the art collections in the Louvre and the futuristic Pompidou centre, or enjoy the formal gardens of the Tuileries before exploring Montmartre.
To the west of Paris is Louis XIV’s spectacular palace at Versailles. You can also climb the Arc de Triomphe, stroll down the Champs Elysees and have dinner in one of the many bistros in the Latin Quarter.
Imagine a land where the wonderful world of Disney comes alive. Imagine a Disneyland® Park, where make believe is real. And Walt Disney Studios® Park, where the magic of Disney meets the magic of cinema. With two Disney Parks situated next to each other offering more than 50 fantastic attractions, shows and parades, a superb range of restaurants to suit every taste, spectacular entertainment and shopping. The magic is closer than you think at Disneyland Paris!
Chateau Thoiry Wildlife park
Europes first Wildlife Park with 1000 exotic animals including Comodo dragons and White Crocodiles. New reptile house plus bear park and glass tunnel to walk beneath the large cats. The castle itself can be visited with its fine furniture and tapestrie. Over 300 acres of gardens with beautiful rare plants.
This is the Largest miniature park in Europe with a huge array of miniatures of famous monuments and landmarks. Each model takes over 2 months to build and paint and are 1/30 the original size. 140 representations of the finest monuments.
Open over Easter weekend
La Musee Vivant du Cheval
Founded in 1982, this museum has become an internationally acknowledged museum of horses. 4000 square meters of floor space and 800 metres of track. It attracts over 150,000 visitors annually. Horses of various breeds are present, with riding demonstrations given 3 times a day
Monet's Garden Giverny
A visit to Monet's garden is a must if you are in this area. Monet spent many hours in his garden and his paintings reflect this. Over 100,000 plants and flowers are replaced each year and it's said that you need to make a visit every season. Wandering through the sparkling gardens is a real pleasure.
Versailles - Palace and Gardens
The Palace and Gardens of Versailles are a must for anyone visiting Paris. It was left abandoned after the executions of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. After WWI it was restored and is now an inspiring sight. It is difficult to take in all the attractions in one visit. One can visit the Hall of Mirrors where the Treaty of Versailles was signed and also wander through the spectacular gardens.
La Mer de Sable
La Mer de Sable is an exquisite blend of games, rides, attractions and shows. A family theme park with Wild West shows, roller coasters, fairground rides and a waterpark. A great selection of restaurants and shops
Sea Life Paris
Only 5 minutes from Disneyland, this aquarium takes visitors on a journey through the waters of the world. Breath taking displays of astonishing shapes and sizes house both freshwater and seawater creatures. The stunning centre piece is the 360 degree enclosed walk through tunnel.
Parc Asterix delivers a uniquely Gallic twist to the theme park. there are druid stones, medieval villages, and of course the characters Asterix, Obelix and more. There are rides to suit all ages from gentle fairground rides to Europe's second biggest rollercoaster. There are plenty of shows including dolphin shows. Numerous restaurants and cafeterias for all tastes.
Local Information & Businesses
Villanova Mobile Home - sleeps 7
The Villanova features an open plan lounge/dining area and bathroom with shower and toilet, and comes of course with a fully equipped kitchen with a full size-fridge freezer. Some units are badged on-site as Villaclassic. These mobiles are slightly smaller (8m x 3m), but feature free decking
Supertent - sleeps 6
5.2m x 5.2m (17' x 17')
290' sq, 27 1/2 m2. Kitchen with fully enclosed storage units and work surface. Full size fridge with freezer compartment. 4 burner cooker with grill. Electric socket with safety cut out. Electric lights in kitchen and dining areas.
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