Thursday, 9 July 2015

Our Eurocamp Adventure - La Croix Du Vieux Pont Adventure - Part 3

Here is our final instalment from our recent Eurocamp Holiday if you missed Part 1 and Part 2 don't forget to check them out. For the post I shall be wrtiting about what you can expect from Eurocamp and what is available on site. One thing we loved was the freedom of being able to do what you want, the vast array of choice in the different parks is enough to suite any family no matter what they are into.


There were so many holidays to choose from with Eurocamp from many destinations from all over Eurocamp and it was very hard to decide where to stay. Thankfully on the Eurocamp website they have a section where it showcases the best Eurocamp Toddler Friendly parks. The park we stayed in was a toddler paradise park meaning you had the benefit of a holiday where the little ones were involved too. With it being a toddler paradise you have the chance to hire a rumble truck, we managed to get one and it was amazing. The toddlers loved being carted around like royalty waving at all passers by.

That was one thing we looked for when choosing a holiday was the kids clubs that were available, we were unsure how the kids would cope and it was always a back up. There is a vast amount of clubs you can chose from when staying at Eurocamp, at La Croix Du Vieux pont, there was a range of clubs. You could have lessons for your toddler to learn to swim or even learn to ride a bike. Then along side that there were morning clubs and afternoon clubs both catered for toddlers and pre schoolers. There they have activities such as sensory play, messy play and music and games, the afternoon's are all about little advenutures with buddy bear. Its a lot of fun and you can take the toddlers along and have fun with them. Then for the older children there are lots of activities to be had. One of the best ones being a make your own pizza evening. They run a range of different sessions including sports and other activities. We couldn't get Asti to go along though as hard as we tried. Next time defiantly he deffo missed out it looked so much fun.




If your children like mine (well just Asti) arnt really club children then there still is so much to do round the park. Where we stayed we had so much actitives to do. Any thing your child is into was most probably covered. These included football, mini golf, fishing, laser tag, soft play, boating, quad bikes, inflatables, table tennis and tons of out side play parks. We didn't get round to doing it all and the great thing as some of these activities are covered you can still have a great time even if the weather isn't that great.


The thing we enjoyed the most as a family was definitely the swimming pool! We went there everyday and wa soften there all afternoon. The freedom to be able to sit on a sun lounger whilst your little ones go up and down the slides is great. My eldest Asti was not of the flumes and the toddlers just loved exploring. As the pools are covered they made great shade on the days when the weather was hot. The outside pool was welcoming on really hot days and to be next to the bar was bliss. Not that we drank but a Ice cold slush went down a treat with the kids. We also enjoyed the little man made beach, obviously being beach lovers the children were right at home.



Another great thing about Eurocamp park is the freedom of self catering, ok some people may not enjoy coming away and cooking but we loved that we had a gad BBQ and could sit out on the deckings most nights. There was a bakery and little supermarket so when you were short of items it was nice to nip along and get the essentials. Also buying fresh bread and cakes was a great breakfast every morning. There is also the option at most parks to eat out too. The park we stayed at had two restaurants and a take away service. We didn't eat in the restaurants but did have pizza and sat outside the take away shop. Along with the restaurants there were also two bars that between them hosted different evening events. Which included variety of discos and even a Frozen movie night. We missed the beginning which the kids were a bit miffed about. There was also laser tag and bowling that you could do until 10pm.



There really is something to cater for everyone, we loved our holiday and the kids keep on asking if we will go back. The fact that it is only 2 and a half hours from Callais is a bonus for us. We defiantly will be going back.

Check out our little video we made below, kinds of sums up all the fun we had whilst we were there.

20 comments:

  1. We stayed here a couple of years ago and totally loved it. A fab site for all ages. The pool was great for my kids and they were in it until it closed each afternoon once we had got back from sightseeing!

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  2. Looks like you had fun, My friend just visited too and they had an amazing time... I really must have a look into it a little more x

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  3. We loved nipping along to the onsite shop for croissants when we stayed on a similar resort.

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  4. This sounds so lovely - it's great there are so many things to do. We always love the opportunity of going into the pool on holiday!

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  5. Looks like you had a fab time! We went last year and I agree there's so much to do there :) xx

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  6. This sounds like a wonderful place to stay, I have always heard such great things about Eurocamp but have never been

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  7. I think the Eurocamp parks sound most like the holiday camp parks you get in the UK, which we love. Eurocamp would most probably be our first choice of holiday abroad although we've not tried one before.

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  8. It looks like you had fun and it sounds brilliant for the kids x

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  9. Eurocamp is one I really want to do in the next few years, everything about it sounds just our kind of holiday.

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  10. I would love to stay at a Euro camp

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  11. It sounds like you had an amazing time, I went to Euro Camp once a long time ago I would love to go back and see how things changed.

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  12. It looks amazing! Euro Camp looks like a lot of fun!

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  13. It looks like you all had a fantastic time! It looks perfect for a family holiday xx

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  14. I have heard so many great things about this site. It doesn't sound too different from the Eurocamp where we stayed either. Can't believe I still haven't gotten around to writing about it.

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  15. This looks like so much fun - I have a friend who swears by Eurocamp...I need to try them!

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  16. Your posts are getting me more and more intrigued about EuroCamp. I do need to take a look now.

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  17. This place looks so great - every year I fancy going to EuroCamp!! One year we will make it. Kaz x

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  18. looks like you had a great time and those summer camps are always full of entertainment for the kids

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  19. This is such a great post. It was really informative as well as on to the point and I am glad that I have found it. Self Catering Holidays

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