Camping Caravanning Chateau de Chambonnières

77540 Plessis-Feu-Aussous



Tel 01 64 04 15 85

Fax 01 64 04 13 36


Mobile reception OK but be prepared to change Network to get best signal.


To find site: - The site is just off the D231, A4 to Provins road. If approaching from the Paris direction go through Le Plessis-Feu-Aussoux, just before village exit sign turn left at sign. From the Provins direction turn right immediately entering village.


This site has 125 pitches, most of a generous size set out in wooded surroundings. Electrics and water points are dotted around the site; some pitches even have individual waste/water points. There are two toilet blocks, both of older design but kept very clean. There was only one working shower block (whilst we were there), which is fairly new, but sited near reception and some way from the majority of pitches.  Likewise the chemical disposal point, which was designed by someone who has never had to empty a caravan loo before!  The site has no Bar, Restaurant or Shop but you can order bread at reception the day before. The prominent users of this site are people from the UK and Holland and they are generally here to visit Disneyland Paris, the nearby Chateaux or Paris and for this the site is ideal. However it offers nothing other than a fairly pleasant, peaceful place to site the van to visit those places mentioned. If you want the facilities that this site does not provide you would be better looking elsewhere. I have to say that this site did grow on me and the welcome by the owners was one of the best we had ever received.


If you need a supermarket there are good ones in Coulommiers, 10 miles, and Provins, 20 miles. I did note that several people said that they had stopped at towns whilst out visiting other attractions. Vaux-le-Vicomte and Fontainebleau are within easy travelling distance as is Provins a fascinating medieval walled town. Disneyland Paris seems to be the main attraction and is only about 20 miles. The site will willingly make suggestions as to where you may park if you wish to visit the centre of Paris.


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