All You Need To Know About Camping At Disneyland Paris

There’s a number of great campsites within close proximity to the popular resort of Disneyland Resort Paris. Making a trip to the parks a great addition to your trip to France without breaking the bank.

In this post, we’re going to be reviewing the campsites near Disneyland Paris and as a result hopefully answering any and all questions you have about camping at Disneyland Paris. Of course, if after reading this article you still have questions feel free to leave us a comment and we’ll do our best to get back to you.

Camping At Disneyland Paris

While none of the hotel or resorts and Disneyland Paris accommodates camping, there are many campsites nearby. Campervans are also permitted to be parked in the carpark at Disneyland Paris (if you’re planning to use it to travel to and from the local campsite, however, you’re not permitted to park overnight)

Les Salvatres

Open for stays between 01/04 and 30/10 is Les Salvartres. There are currently 83 pitches available, and pets are permitted on the site.

Camping International de Jablines

Jablines International Campsite is located 9km from Disneyland Paris, and approximately 30km from central Paris. Surrounded by lakes and beaches this campsite is highly popular with Disneyland Paris visitors.

There are 154 campsites available at Jablines International Campsite. 79 of which come with European standard electric access and 60 of which come with both electric, water and sewage disposal. The prices for a pitch at Jablines International Campsite are as follows (at the time of writing)

You can learn more about the Jablines International Campsite on their website

Camping Le Soleil De Crécy

Just a 20-minute drive from the Disneyland Paris gates you have Camping Le Soleil De Crécy. This campsite is currently under Dutch management and opens from 1st April until 31st October every year.

Located on the edge of the authentic and highly charming French town of Crécy-la-Chappelle, this campsite is ideal for easy access to amenities including; a butcher, bakers and two supermarkets. There’s also a number of small restaurants and terraces in the town as well as a market on Thursdays and Sunday mornings.

You can learn more about Le Soleil De Crécy on their website. The majority of the website is in Dutch, but can be translated easily using Google Translate.

Disneyland Paris Tickets

We recommend purchasing any Disneyland Paris Tickets (or Disney tickets in general) from Attraction Tickets Direct. We’ve been using them for the past 5 years or so, and have always received the very best rate.

Attraction Tickets Direct have park hopper tickets and day tickets (up to four days) available. These tickets come with all the same benefits of purchasing your tickets on the gate, without the heavy price tag. They also come with discounts for on-site restaurants (at the time of writing)

That concludes our post on camping at Disneyland Paris. As always we’d love to know about your experiences when it comes to camping at Disneyland Paris. Have you stayed somewhere we haven’t mentioned? Leave us a comment down below.

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