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Camping du Coq

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Address

La Prairie
01560 Mantenay-Montlin

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Opening periods

All year round.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Open all year to motorhomes
Open to tents, caravans and van during the sanitary opening period
Open sanitary facilities from 01/06 to 30/09.

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Nearby, in the village of Mantenay, the Restaurant "Le Relais des Trois Moulins" offers traditional cuisine with regional specialties uit de Bresse. Enjoy all year his specialty : frogs.

Camping du Coq, ideally located on the D975 between Bourg-en-Bresse and Tournus welcomes travelers for one night or holidaymakers for a longer stay. As there is no entertainment, the calm and soothing atmosphere encourages rest, the discovery of the surrounding tourist sites, bike rides and fishing.
28 places available, surrounded by "comfort caravans" and others with toilets, electrical connection, hot water, emptying campers, WIFI.

36 places
36 individual 30 amp terminals
Emptying area
Water
Sorting of waste
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Services & Confort

  • Motorhomes allowed
  • Tourist brochures
  • Grounds closed at night
  • Wi-fi
  • Shower
  • Separate toilet

Facilities

  • Play area
  • Tennis
  • Shady grounds
  • Toilets
  • Camper van reception area
  • washing-up bowl
  • Automatic barrier
  • Water connections
  • Electrical connections
  • Very comfortable pitch
  • Phone box/phone point
  • Camping-car
  • household waste depot
  • Water supply
  • Emptying of grey water
  • Emptying of black water

Prices

From 8.40 € to 10.80 € / 24h (services included)
+ 0.55 € / night city tax
Parking 5h + services: 5 €.

Moyens de paiement

Bank/credit card, Cheque, Chèques Vacances, Cash

Languages spoken

German, English, French

Facilities for disabled

  • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs

Distinctions

  • Independentally owned
  • Open air
camping municipal Mantenay Montlin