Sweet Wood and Canvas Tent

Europe France Ile De France Central Paris Camping de Paris

  • Sleeps 5 (max 5 adults, 4 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Private Bathroom
  • In room Wifi
  • Pet Friendly
After days exploring nearby Paris, this fully-equipped and spacious tent provides a comfortable canvas retreat.

  • A large tent with two separate bedrooms, beds provided (linen an optional extra)
  • Self-contained glamping with a fully-equipped kitchenette, shower and toilet
  • Pitched on a large site with plenty of facilities and a shuttle to the nearest Metro station

The Owner Says

Set in the Western side of Paris' 16th district, within the Bois de Boulogne, this campsite is ideally situated to explore Paris.
With a free shuttle service to the closest Metro stop just 2km from the campsite (Metro stop: Pont de Neuilly line 1: direct access to the Champs Elysées and Louvre, and one change to the Eiffel Tower), or bike hire available, you can have easy access to France's capital.

Nestled amongst the trees, these family friendly canvas tents are the perfect place for family holidays, of up to 5 people!

There is a large and spacious living/dining area, with a fully kitted out kitchenette, and your very own private shower and toilet facilities.

Sleeping quarters are: one double bedroom, and a second bedroom with three single beds (bunk beds and a single).

The large wooden terrace with its awning is the perfect setting for al fresco dining any time of the day.

Sheets and towels are all provided, and beds are made up prior to your arrival.
The campsite provides the following services:
- A reception area open from 7am until 10pm (July & August) with wifi access
- A new café-restaurant with its outdoor terrace (open during lunch and evenings during the week in low season, and also at weekends during peak season)
- The Fast Food truck provides home made pizzas to eat in or take away
- The Central Lodge which is open year round, provides a light and spacious lounge area, with board games and a TV. The separate children's play area is also centrally located.
- The on site grocery store, which is open year round, has all of your camping essentials. Suresnes district which is 600m from the site, the other side of the Seine river, has a larger supermarket, as well as a chemist and bank.
- There is a laundry area complete with tumble dryers - tokens for these can be purchased from reception
- There is a bread service allowing you to pre-order your bread and pastries the night before
- Summer bicycle hire (from April to end of September) so you can explore the area, from zipping along the banks of the Seine, or going on an adventure within the Bois de Boulogne forest itself to discover its many parks and lakes.
The Bois de Boulogne area is also worth exploring:
- Many walking trails along the river Seine
- Boating lakes within the Bois de Boulogne
- Jardin d'Acclimatation, 4km from the site, or even Bagatelle Park - Paris' Botanical Garden, just 2km from the site.
- Rueil golf course 6km from the site
An ideally situated campsite for exploring Paris.

Features & Facilities

There are 3 light, accessible, heated washrooms with shower cubicles and family bathrooms, baby-changing areas and children's toilets, and a laundry area with a washing machine and tumble dryer (tokens can be bought at reception).The campsite's central lodge is open all year round for food and drink, and has board games and a TV area. There's a morning bread and croissant service (order in advance) and a campsite shop selling all the basics. The site has table tennis, a playground and bike hire is available between April and September. It's worth know that Suresnes, just 600m from the campsite on the other side of the Seine, has banks, a chemist and, most importantly, a supermarket.

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In the Bois de Boulogne you're in the heart of Paris, and during summer the campsite's bike hire service is a great way to see both the park and the rest of the city – though there is also a metro station 2km north of the site at Pont de Neuilly. A former hunting ground of the Paris monarch, the Bois covers a massive area, and has 15km of cycleways and some 28km of bridleways and footpaths. Specific points of interest include the elegant Parc de Bagatelle, with its wonderful landscaping, magnificent rose gardens and Chinese pagoda; the Jardin d'Acclimatation, an originally 19th-century theme park with rides, mini golf, boating and more; and the botanic gardens and glasshouses of the Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil. Beyond the Bois, well, there's the rest of Paris...!

Food & Drink

The site's new café-restaurant serves homemade pizzas and plenty of other dishes and has a lovely terrace on which to enjoy them – it's open weekday lunchtimes and every evening during the peak summer season. The closest restaurant to the site is the old-fashioned and reliable Relais du Bois (01 45 04 27 60), while on the far (city centre) side of the Bois, Oum el Banine (01 45 04 91 22) is a friendly neighbourhood Moroccan If you really want to push the boat out, the Bois has some top restaurants, for example the Grande Cascade (01 45 27 33 51), with its grand fin-de-siecle interior, or the Michelin-starred Pré-Catelan (01 44 14 41 14), whose €100 lunch menus just about make it affordable!
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Getting There

Take the Paris ring-road (périphérique) and leave it at the Porte Maillot/Bois de Boulogne exit. Drive on into the Bois de
Boulogne and follow signs for the campsite (“Camping”)
- From the A13 motorway, take the “Bois de Boulogne”exit then follow signs for the campsite (“Camping”)
By Train:
Nearest SNCF train station to the campsite: Gare de Lyon/Montparnasse (12 km) and Gare du Nord
By plane:
Nearest airport to the campsite:
Paris-Charles de Gaulle - 32 km away
Orly - 23 km away
Metro line 1 to Porte Maillot station. Exit via Sortie N° 6 - Avenue Charles de Gaulle

On leaving the station, take the number 244 bus and get off at Moulins Camping
Alternatively, take the campsite shuttle service that drops you right at the gate

The Paris Indigo Campsite also organizes a shuttle bus to take you between the campsite and Porte Maillot metro station