- A self-contained wooden chalet with private bathroom and equipped kitchen
- Well-equipped with electricity, TV and unusual features including a circular double bed
- Great location overlooking one of eight lakes on this American wild west-themed campsite
The Owner Says
Features & FacilitiesFacilities include toilets and free hot solar-powered showers. Electrical hook-ups (5amp) available. Children's playground and other activites including volleyball, ping pong, pedal go-carting. Massage treatments on offer. Covered Heated swimming pool. 6 carp-filled fishing lakes. Rod hire is €8. Wi-Fi included.
The site lies on the western outskirts of the 22,000 acre St Gobain Forest. This vast enchanting forest boasts some lovely woodland walks. Take a stroll to the ghostly ruins of the abbey of Saint-Nicolas-aux-Bois or the mysterious grotto roches de l'ermitage.The Château de Coucy (0033 3 23 52 71 28) in Aisne is one of the country's most impressive. The department's capital Laon is more museum than town, boasting some of France's finest medieval architecture. Take the town's funicular tram to enjoy some expansive views. Historians of the Great War should also seek out Chemin des Dames, one of the lesser visited sites of battle compared to the nearby Somme and Verdun. A visit to the subterranean trench museum Caverne du Dragon is an educational and harrowing experience. Visit the fascinating Familistère de Guise (0033 3 2361 3536) created by the region's most famous son, the 19th century polymath Jean-Baptiste André Godin.
Food & Drink
A variety of BBQ packs are available to order onsite. Breakfast hampers and sophisticated evening meals can also be arranged. The Tex'n restaurant serves decent pub grub and pintxos to snack on. The saloon boasts a selection of Belgian beers and cocktails – try 'The Scalp' if you dare! Suzy doesn't have much in the way of shops, but Anizy-le-Chateau (about 10 minutes' drive away) has a supermarket, butcher and bakery. Laon hosts a farmer's market every Thursday. Be sure to pick up a wedge of mariolles, Picardy's famous cow's-milk cheese.
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From Calais/Lilles (2 hours): Take the A26; exit 12 and follow the direction of Laon/Saint Gobain
From Paris (1h30): Take 2 Nationnale and exit after 10 km towards Soissons Laon towards Anizy-le-Chateau/Pinon/ Faucoucourt. Continue straight until you reach Suzy.
1h15 from Charles de Gaulle airport.
1h30 from Paris North Railway Station to Anizy-le-Chateau/Pinon, which is 6 km from Suzy.