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Why Camping Kanopee Village?

  • Small, typical French campsite by the banks of the river Saone
  • Large water park and fun old town within walking distance
  • Spacious and luxurious mobile homes

Reviews: Guests love it

Guests love it

7
Good
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Good
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Good
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Good
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
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Campsite information

Camping Kanopee Village

A romantic view of the Saone river and a fantastic waterpark with slides. Kanopee Camping Village has both. A rural atmosphere for bon vivants and plenty of fun for the kids. Plus it's an easy walk into the ancient town of Trevoux.

  • A small, quiet campsite right on the banks of the Saone. A lovely place to unwind. Find yourself a bench on the bank of the river and watch the barges and pleasure yachts pass by.
  • The water park is next to the campsite. Waterslides, rapids, a giant waterfall between the rocks. Children will go crazy when they discover this splash paradise. You have free entry (except for Sundays and national holidays). A great spot for sunbathing on the large lawn.
  • Fancy a walk? Stroll along the towpath beside the river to the medieval town centre. Take a break at a cafe or climb the steps of the octagonal 'donjon' tower of the castle. Your reward is a wonderful view!
  • Head to the campsite shop each morning to collect your freshly baked rolls and croissants. What better way to start your day when in France!
  • Guests hiring a pitch for their own camping equipment will be pleased to know that there are well-kept sanitary facilities.

The surrounding of Camping Kanopee Village

During the 17th and 18th centuries the town of Trevoux beside the Saone river was the capital of the principality of Dombes. The charming houses and castle hark back to the old days. A pleasant few hours can be had wandering around the picturesque streets. Plus the surrounding area is full of treasures just waiting to be discovered.

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Recommended by our region specialist

"A quiet family campsite on the banks of the Saone river. You can watch the ships sail by. A water park with slides right next to the camspite too. Within walking distance of the old town of Trevoux. Great area for the whole family."

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Swimming & Pools

Swimming and waterfun

  • Children's pool: 1 (02/06/2021 - 08/06/2021)
  • outdoor pool: 1 (02/06/2021 - 08/06/2021)

Extra Water fun

  • waterslide: 1 (05/07/2021 - 31/08/2021)

Facilities

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  • gas barbecue not allowed
  • wifi: on the whole campsite (free of charge)
  • laundrette
  • Grocery shop
  • wifi: only in the central area (to be paid)
  • dryer
  • charcoal barbecue allowed
  • electric barbecue allowed
  • credit cards are accepted: Mastercard and Visa

Activities & Sports

Sports and Playing

  • fishing
  • volleyball
  • jeu de boules
  • canoeing: in the neighbourhood
  • Small play ground
  • table tennis
  • Bike rental (to be paid)
  • golf: in the neighbourhood
  • beach volleyball

Entertainment

There are no entertainment facilities on this campsite

Ratings & Reviews

7
Overall average score of reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Good
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Good
  • Quality of the entertainmentNo Score available
  • General standard of the accommodationsNo Score available
  • Restaurant facilitiesNo Score available
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
  • Standard of sanitary buildingsNo Score available
  • Size of the pitchesNo Score available
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Ratings & Reviews

7
Overall average score of reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Good
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Good
  • Quality of the entertainmentNo Score available
  • General standard of the accommodationsNo Score available
  • Restaurant facilitiesNo Score available
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
  • Standard of sanitary buildingsNo Score available
  • Size of the pitchesNo Score available
No reviews yet

Surroundings

During the 17th and 18th centuries the town of Trevoux beside the Saone river was the capital of the principality of Dombes. The charming houses and castle hark back to the old days. A pleasant few hours can be had wandering around the picturesque streets. Plus the surrounding area is full of treasures just waiting to be discovered.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Kanopee Village in Trevoux

  • Visit the historic town of Perouges, one of the mpst beautiful restored towns in France. Take youself back into the Middle Ages in just a 30-minute drive.
  • Explore the green rolling hills of Beaujolais, a lush wine region. Along the way you pass castles and dreamy villages. Just follow the signs for the 'Route de Beaujolais'.
  • For a complete change, spend a day in Lyon. Designer shops, modern architecture, the historic old town (UNESCO World Hertiage site) and Michelin starred restaurants. The city takes on a special glow in the evenings with its many illuminations.
  • Great for kids (or young archaeologists): Prehistoric adverture park at Cerdon. Learn how to hunt a mammoth, how to paint petroglyphs and how to make a flintstone camp fire. The exciting guided tour through the caves of Cerdon is also well worthwhile.
  • Do you play golf? There are two professional courses within a 15-minute drive.
  • Don't forget to take your fishing rod as the Saone is full of perch. There are plenty of giant catfish around here too. Buy your fishing permit at the campsite reception. You can also fish the ancient lakes of Dombes, originally excavated by the monks of Cluny.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Kanopee Village in Trevoux

  • Visit the historic town of Perouges, one of the mpst beautiful restored towns in France. Take youself back into the Middle Ages in just a 30-minute drive.
  • Explore the green rolling hills of Beaujolais, a lush wine region. Along the way you pass castles and dreamy villages. Just follow the signs for the 'Route de Beaujolais'.
  • For a complete change, spend a day in Lyon. Designer shops, modern architecture, the historic old town (UNESCO World Hertiage site) and Michelin starred restaurants. The city takes on a special glow in the evenings with its many illuminations.
  • Great for kids (or young archaeologists): Prehistoric adverture park at Cerdon. Learn how to hunt a mammoth, how to paint petroglyphs and how to make a flintstone camp fire. The exciting guided tour through the caves of Cerdon is also well worthwhile.
  • Do you play golf? There are two professional courses within a 15-minute drive.
  • Don't forget to take your fishing rod as the Saone is full of perch. There are plenty of giant catfish around here too. Buy your fishing permit at the campsite reception. You can also fish the ancient lakes of Dombes, originally excavated by the monks of Cluny.
  • Nearest airport: Lyon (LYS) at 30 km
  • Train station: 5 km
  • Bus station: 5 km
  • Area: flat
  • Nearest city/village: 0,5 km
  • Nearest river: directly next to Saône
  • Supermarket: 0,5 km

Surroundings

During the 17th and 18th centuries the town of Trevoux beside the Saone river was the capital of the principality of Dombes. The charming houses and castle hark back to the old days. A pleasant few hours can be had wandering around the picturesque streets. Plus the surrounding area is full of treasures just waiting to be discovered.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Kanopee Village in Trevoux

  • Visit the historic town of Perouges, one of the mpst beautiful restored towns in France. Take youself back into the Middle Ages in just a 30-minute drive.
  • Explore the green rolling hills of Beaujolais, a lush wine region. Along the way you pass castles and dreamy villages. Just follow the signs for the 'Route de Beaujolais'.
  • For a complete change, spend a day in Lyon. Designer shops, modern architecture, the historic old town (UNESCO World Hertiage site) and Michelin starred restaurants. The city takes on a special glow in the evenings with its many illuminations.
  • Great for kids (or young archaeologists): Prehistoric adverture park at Cerdon. Learn how to hunt a mammoth, how to paint petroglyphs and how to make a flintstone camp fire. The exciting guided tour through the caves of Cerdon is also well worthwhile.
  • Do you play golf? There are two professional courses within a 15-minute drive.
  • Don't forget to take your fishing rod as the Saone is full of perch. There are plenty of giant catfish around here too. Buy your fishing permit at the campsite reception. You can also fish the ancient lakes of Dombes, originally excavated by the monks of Cluny.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Kanopee Village in Trevoux

  • Visit the historic town of Perouges, one of the mpst beautiful restored towns in France. Take youself back into the Middle Ages in just a 30-minute drive.
  • Explore the green rolling hills of Beaujolais, a lush wine region. Along the way you pass castles and dreamy villages. Just follow the signs for the 'Route de Beaujolais'.
  • For a complete change, spend a day in Lyon. Designer shops, modern architecture, the historic old town (UNESCO World Hertiage site) and Michelin starred restaurants. The city takes on a special glow in the evenings with its many illuminations.
  • Great for kids (or young archaeologists): Prehistoric adverture park at Cerdon. Learn how to hunt a mammoth, how to paint petroglyphs and how to make a flintstone camp fire. The exciting guided tour through the caves of Cerdon is also well worthwhile.
  • Do you play golf? There are two professional courses within a 15-minute drive.
  • Don't forget to take your fishing rod as the Saone is full of perch. There are plenty of giant catfish around here too. Buy your fishing permit at the campsite reception. You can also fish the ancient lakes of Dombes, originally excavated by the monks of Cluny.
  • Nearest airport: Lyon (LYS) at 30 km
  • Train station: 5 km
  • Bus station: 5 km
  • Area: flat
  • Nearest city/village: 0,5 km
  • Nearest river: directly next to Saône
  • Supermarket: 0,5 km

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