Campsite by the lake

Small campsite in France at river

CAMPSITE

Small campsite at Lac de St. Hélène

Small-scale terraced campsite in the middle of France, near Limoges, by the lakeside at Bujaleuf. Hiking trails start from the campsite and canoes, pedalos and bikes can be rented at the reception.

The terraces provide each pitch with a beautiful view of the lake and surrounds. The heated sanitary building is not new but it is spacious and spotless.

Mike&Marian

Mike en Marian van Zadelhoff

Gasten over Camping du Lac

BENEFITS

5 benefits of campsite du lac

  • terrace layout for an unobstructed view of every pitch
  • Beautiful location on a lake with a recreational beach
  • Free use of washing machine, dryer and freezer
  • Always an excellent quality of swimming water
  • Fresh bakery within walking distance in the village

The terraces allow for plenty of space even when the camp site is extra busy, with no tent or caravan in front of you to obstruct your view.

Lac St Hélène where the campsite is located is not technically a lake but part of the River Maulde that has become wider as a result of a barrage further upstream. This means that the “lake” is constantly being refreshed, with the result that the swimming water is always of an excellent quality and blue-green algae not given a chance.

Although a 2-star campsite (low rates), many facilities are included in the price, such as free use of the freezer, free use of washing machines and dryer in the laundry and free WIFI for our guests in the reception area.

ACSI Campingcard and ANWB Camping Keycard Europe in season 2021.

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openingstijden camping bujaleuf

Opening hours 2020

Camping open:
from saturday 24 april to 25 september
Reception opened:
from 9 am - 12 am and 4 pm - 7 pm in April / May / June / Sept
from 9 am - 8 pm in July / Aug

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Frequently asked questions

Defenitly yes! Friendly dogs are welcome at the campsite if vaccinated and on a lead.
However, there is strict legislation for watchdogs and fighting dogs. This
type of dog is often not allowed in France and therefore not on the
campsite. If in doubt, consult your veterinarian.

There is a traditional artisan bakery in Bujaleuf (10 minute walk). For larger shopping there is a Hyper Casino in Eymoutiers (15 km) and an Aldi / Carrefour in St. Leonard de Noblat (15 km).

No, the showers and hot water are included in the price. The sanitary
building (wash house and shower rooms) is heated in early and late season.

Yes, there is a laundry with two washing machines and a dryer available for our guests which are free for you to use.

In the village of Bujaleuf, there is a restaurant widely used by locals. They serve an extensive lunch for a small price. You can also eat wonderfully at the restaurant near the beach during July and August, where there is often live music on the terrace.

Yes, but only with a fishing permit. These are for sale in the village. Night fishing is also permitted under certain conditions.

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