Welcome to the ‘ultimate family guide to Eurocamp’. This post will cover everything you need to know about a family holiday to Eurocamp, including; what you need to pack, how to travel to Eurocamp, why Eurocamp is amazing for a family holiday and which are the best Eurocamp parks to stay in throughout Europe.
As a family we love visiting Eurocamp! With over 190 Eurocamp parcs in 10 different European countries, including France, Spain and Italy, you can honestly visit Eurocamp again and again and have a different experience every time.
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One of the best things about Eurocamp, is that it’s perfect for kids of all ages, including toddlers! If you’re still unsure if Eurocamp is for you (especially if you have younger kids), then give this post a read:
Tips For Camping With Kids
Before we share with you everything you need to know about Eurocamp, we’ll quickly share with you some top tips for camping with kids. We hope these posts are helpful if you and your family are new to camping altogether. Simply pick the one that suits your family:
- Top Tips For Camping With Toddlers
- Top Tips For Camping With A Baby
- Travel Tips: Glamping With A Toddler
- Travel Tips: First Time Camping For The Family
What To Pack For Eurocamp For Kids
So, you’ve decided Eurocamp is for you. Now you need to work out what to pack, how to get there and which Eurocamp park is for you. First, what should you pack for a trip to Eurocamp with kids? Check out our:
This list is perfect for both first time family campers and experienced family campers.
Travelling To Eurocamp
There are a number of ways to travel to Eurocamp, dependant on which one you are going to. Our favourite way by far though, is to travel by ferry. It’s so much easier taking your own car, packed full of your own things than flying across and hiring a car. Plus, the road trip can be a lot of fun. If you’re not sure whether to fly or not, this post might help:
If you’ve decided to travel by ferry, there are several different routes you can take from the UK. Here’s one we’ve covered that you can read all about.
If you have never travelled by ferry before or you’d like to know more about travelling by ferry with kids, then we have two posts just for you:
- Travelling To France With Brittany Ferries
- Quick Ferry To France or Slow Ferry To France?
- Driving to the South of France with 3 kids
Now it’s time to decide which Eurocamp you want to stay at and which country you want to visit.
Eurocamp In France
Eurocamp in France is a good choice if you are going for the first time. There are so many Eurocamps to choose from in France and they’re all situated in beautiful, family friendly places. If you prefer the more southern areas of France, then here is our round up of the best Eurocamp sites in the South of France.
If Northern and Central France is more for you, then this is the post you’ll want to read:
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