Mum reveals family friendly campsite just hours from UK with pools & baby-friendly zones… & costs just £12 a night

A mum has revealed the “amazing” family-friendly campsite she discovered just hours from the UK.

Louise took to her social media account to share details of her whereabouts with her children, explaining that she is in “very sunny, very hot France”.

A mum has revealed the best campsite just hours from the UK


A mum has revealed the best campsite just hours from the UKPhoto credit: tiktok/@louisemum93
She lived with her family in a trailer


She lived with her family in a trailerPhoto credit: tiktok/@louisemum93
The campground has a lagoon, toddler pool and activities


The campground has a lagoon, toddler pool and activitiesPhoto credit: tiktok/@louisemum93

Dressed with her in a black tank top hair Dressed down, she told viewers that she had traveled to Eurocamp La Croix du Vieux Pont.

“I know people think Eurocamp is like trailers and stuff, but listen to me,” she said.

“This caravan is fantastic, it has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two toilets, two showers, a living area, a dining area, a kitchen area…

“There is also a whole terrace outside, there are sunbeds and the space is huge.”

She then went into detail about the various facilities at Eurocamp, including a toddlers’ pool and paddling area, a beach with lagoon, and kayaks.

There are also kids activities from 0 to 15 years old which is “great”.

Louise continued: “We have four adults and two toddlers here and do you know how much it cost? It came to £515 including the ferry there France.”

Then she explained that she saved up to go on vacation next year with their three-year-old child, which will cost at least between £1,500 and £2,000 to take four adults and two children.

“So for £500 self catering you can’t go wrong,” she said of Eurocamp.

“There are restaurants and shops nearby and it’s only an hour and a half from Paris. Day trips to Disneyland are also available.

“And if you don’t want to go to Disneyland and other places, there’s Asterix World, which is really good too.”

People flocked to the comments to share their thoughts. One person wrote: “I’m going on Sunday. Any tips for me at a year old?

tick tock User @loumum93 replied: “Are you coming to this park specifically? Supermarkets are closed after 12 noon on Sundays. So bring enough groceries to get by Monday.

“There is a small market here, but it is expensive. So it is best to go to Intermarche 10 minutes away. Kids activities cost between 9am and 10am.”

She then opined that it’s worth asking for a gate so the kids can stay on the terrace, adding: ‘There’s a lagoon area with a bouncy castle and a soft play and if you want you can have bikes with one Rent a seat in the back.” You stand on it.

“Otherwise enjoy it, it has plenty of seating and don’t worry about crying Babies There’s plenty,” followed by a laughing emoji.

Those wishing to venture to Eurocamp can take the ferry from Dover to Calais from £150. From there it is a two and a half hour drive to the campsite.

The phone Houses Available from £106 and sleeps six people with three bedrooms, one bathroom and a patio area.

But there are also furnished apartments from £106 for a family of four, premium cottages from £90 and pitching a tent is just £12 a night.

Eurocamp shines when it comes to activities as there is an outdoor pool, indoor pool, heated pool, lagoon and a water play area for the little ones with water jets, slides and a paddling pool.

Children can also enjoy a game of laser tag, which costs £6 for adults and £3.42 for children aged 12 and under.

There’s also bowling for a similar price, a games and billiards room for £3 per child and an incredible play area with jungle gyms and slides and an inflatable obstacle course.

For those looking for a little more family fun, there’s a game of fun Mini golf for £3.42 per adult and £1.71 per child.

And bikes are just £14 for the whole day, making it a fun option for families to explore the grounds together.

As Louise said, with Eurocamp you can also book trips to Disneyland, Asterix Park and the Sea of ​​Sand amusement parks.

With a rating of 4 out of 5 Trip Advisor Out of 2,035 reviewers, people rated the Eurocamp location and experience as “fabulous”.

One person wrote: “Caravan was lovely, food great in all restaurants, staff friendly, especially the lady at the kiosk.”

Another said: “There is plenty to do on the site and children can keep themselves busy with the pools, table tennis etc. football and much more.

“Food is good and staff is friendly.”

A third added: “Absolutely incredible campsite, beautiful setting and lots to do and see.”

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There's laser tag, kayaking, and miniature golf


There’s laser tag, kayaking, and miniature golfPhoto credit: tiktok/@louisemum93
Staying here costs just £12 a night


Staying here costs just £12 a nightPhoto credit: tiktok/@louisemum93

Emma James

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