The capital of France, Paris is an unforgettable old favourite which everyone has to visit at least once (but preferably multiple times!). From romantic strolls along the Seine to fun-packed days at famous theme parks, Paris has an incredible mixture of culture, world class food, architecture, and history all wrapped into one accessible package.

Camping in Paris is also now a very real possibility, with comfortable mobile homes on our dedicated Parisian campsite (just a few miles outside of the famous city) providing families with easy access to the city and its thousands of delights. 

You Said

"A great park to use as a base. Clean and small and transport links good - bus direct from park takes you to the station where you can catch a train into the city." Barbara from Somerset

Your Regional Specialist in Paris Jemma

“Paris Est is a much-appreciated base offering swift access by train direct into Chatelet les Halles. Families searching for a lively resort rate Berny Riviere’s rural charm highly; a week is hardly sufficient to cover all the activities on offer. But you'll have a blast all the same, just give yourself plenty of time to explore as many places as you possibly can."

Hidden Gem: War Caves

Around 5 minutes from La Croix du Vieux Pont park you'll discover the opening of the cave. Once inside, you can follow it for miles, coming across old cars from the war and a church. Take a torch and wrap up warm.

Old Favourite: Iconic Landmarks

Visit the classic Parisien monuments and museums including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and Notre Dame cathedral. Also worth a visit is the Paris Plage on the banks of the River Seine.

Local Cuisine: Onion Soup

While in France it would be rude not to have a bowl of traditional onion soup and why not in the capital city? A beef based broth full of onions and cooked until soft and sweet then covered with cheese and baked in the oven.

What to See & Do: Paris!

All the splendour of Paris - from its cultural heart at the Louvre and the Centre Pompidou to the majesty of the Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower.

Events: Festival of Puppetry

Held in Charleville-Mézières, this is a 10 day festival that happens in September and is home to lots of giggles and laughs, if you're in the mood!

Beaches & Lakes: The River Seine

This majestic stretch of water is over 700 miles long and runs throughout Paris - take a boat ride or simply walk by the river to experience Paris from a unique viewpoint.