- Sleeps 5 (max 5 adults, 4 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Bathroom
- In room Wifi
- A self-contained modern wooden cottage or cabin with all mod cons
- Covered terrace for dining al fresco with views of the natural surroundings
- On a large site with plenty of facilities and a shuttle to the nearest Metro station
The Owner Says
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.
ActivitiesIn 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 & DrinkThe 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!
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”)
Paris-Charles de Gaulle - 32 km away
Orly - 23 km away
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