Boxer-style and longer and/or baggy swimming trunks are not allowed in French camping sites due to general hygiene regulations. Tight-fitting swimming trunks are permitted, however, as are brief swimming trunks.
You can occupy your pitch from 1 pm. Standard pitches should be vacated by 12 pm. Pitches with private toilet facilities should be vacated by 11 am.
You can check into accommodation after 3 pm. On the day of departure, you should vacate the accommodation before 10 am.
Barbecuing is permitted, but the rules vary for each park and it may be forbidden if the weather has been very dry.
If you have a specific question or would like to know the current situation, get in touch with the Contact Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 085 0400 700.
Yes, since January 2021, there has been free WiFi in all our parks for an unlimited number of devices. For more information, see rcn.nl/en/wifi
Please note: It is usually not possible to watch live streams, YouTube and Netflix. The accessability of WiFi and the internet is often not as good in France as in other countries, often because of the unique location of the camping site.
One car is allowed in the park for each pitch, but no cars are allowed in the camping fields themselves.
Whether you can have two or more cars next to your (non-camping) accommodation depends on the number of people staying there. If you are staying in four-person accommodation, then one car is allowed. If you are staying in accommodation for six or more people, then two cars are allowed.