Camping Val de Bonnal is in Rougemont, the Jura. This is a 5* campsite situated near the lakes and which opens from early May until mid September.
The spacious grounds of this former water mill link up with a series of fun-for-all lakes in one of France’s most green and pleasant regions. Aquatic adventures will be divided between the water park with water slides and the swimming lake and beach.
Canoeing is another popular pursuit whilst on dry land cycling and hiking enthusiasts will find a multitude of trails. A premium Castels site for some time, Val de Bonnal proudly evokes the charm and individuality of this tranquil backwater which serves as a great gateway to Switzerland and Italy.
Water based activities on site include a wonderful heated waterpark with seven waterslides, an outdoor pool, a lagoon pool with beach area for sunbathing,a kid’s splashpark with playground and water jets.
Kids’ll love the six lane waterslide on parc
Test your nerve with the parc’s zip wire and high rope course
Take a trip to the nearby Seigneurial Château
Family Entertainment (July-August)
Air-conditioned fitness room
Treetop roof course nearby; A zipline above the river
Bike hire: mountain bikes or hybrid bikes
Fishing: federal card required for fishing in river
Direct access to lake
Animation including bingo
theme nights (high season only)
Park run kid’s club for 5 to 12 year-olds. Open 6 days a week in high season, 10am to noon. English spoken.
High season children’s and family discos
Games room with pool table, table football, video games, TV room
Food and drink on site
La Forge restaurant – 100m from the campsite
La Forge offers superb cuisine in a fantastic setting with a large terrace, ideal for enjoying an aperitif and relaxing meal.
Takeaway – Enjoy take-away dishes and snacks on the recently revamped covered terrace.
Bar – Enjoy live sports events shown on the big screen.
Small on-site grocery shop
Places which you may like to visit whilst staying at Camping Val de Bonnal
Rougemont 2 miles
Chateau de Bournel 6 miles
Besancon, the regional capital
Royal salt works, classified UNESCO monument at Arc-en-Senans 58 miles
La Chapelle Ronchamps, Le Corbusiers famous pilmigrage site 23 miles
Lion of Belfort – from the same sculpteur of the Statue of Liberty 31 miles
Gouffe de Poudrey caves 30 miles
Herisson Waterfalls 93 miles
Arbois – capital of wine 65 miles
Dijon – famous for its mustard and great Burgundy wines 87 miles