We are a family with 3 boys, aged 10,6 and 4. I would definitely recommend this parc, we stayed in the safari tents and had 3 days all inclusive. Apart from the hit and miss weather we had a great time, we are already looking at booking again for next year.
Parc was fine but the cars drive very fast round the site in comparison to the parc we had been on in the south of France. Also there was a horrid smell of sewage by our accommodation. Didn't enjoy making our beds on arrival.
I would highly recommend the Parc, great location, clean facilities, cheap with friendly accommodating staff. Unfortunately the Eurocamp mobile homes are very dated and after requesting a move, our second site was only marginally better. No grass, mouldy curtains, broken decking and dirty BBQ area prompted the initial move. Second site still had a broken heater / hairdryer and poor unkempt garden area The Eurocamp couriers are very young, inexperienced and gave us numerous pieces of wrong info. We asked for an iron and were told this was unavailable, asking at site reception they were available. We asked for a maintenance person to fix broken heater and were told there were none on-site, I subsequently passed the maintenance team of 2 a few mins later! The only saving grace for Eurocamp are their childrens entertainment team; they are knowledgeble, great with kids, friendly and always happy to help. Cherry & Daisy from this team are about the only positive thing Eurocamp have going from them. So yes come to the park but I would suggest staying in one of the Canvas sites / lodges and not Eurocamp.
The campsite is great and has loads of facilities. The indoor facilities were great as we had rain during our first week. Huge campsite, lots to do, good restaurants and bakery. Good mobile home sites too, with plenty of space.