When you are on holiday near a lake, make sure you have direct access to it, so that you will not have to walk for miles or take the car when you want to have a swim. A direct access consists in a sand, gravel or tarmac path, under 100 metres long, that gives access to the lake and the beach without you having to leave the campsite. For practical reasons, a direct access to the lake will make your stay at the campsite much more enjoyable. It makes it easy to go for a swim or go sailing, for example, without having to leave the site. Your children can go and have fun at the lakeside in complete safety and without getting lost. Direct access to the beach is an advantage for a campsite that should not be overlooked when choosing your destination.
Located in the centre of the Champagne region and on the banks of Europe’s largest artificial lakes, La Forêt campsite in Larzicourt in the Marne offers a calm holiday or an active one, depending on what you are looking for.
Camping Municipal Des Mouettes is located in Bas-Rhin, in the small town of Lauterbourg in Alsace, for enriching holidays and rhythmic activities. With the Bassin des Mouettes just next to the camp, swimming can be done anytime!