At Campsite La Roche in Saint-Amand-Montrond (Cher) camping costs as little as €16,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 120 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 01-04-2019 - 06-07-2019 and 25-08-2019 - 30-09-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
A well maintained campsite by a canal and near the Cher. Pitches with sufficient shade separated by bushes. The centre is within walking distance and there is a bus stop next to the site. A free bus goes to the centre (where there is a swimming pool).
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Average rating: 7.3Add a review
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
Stayed for ten minutes and then left. Sanitary block one of the worst we have ever experienced. Could be a good site if it was updated but needs a lot iof work, in our opinion, to bring it up to an acceptable standard. Pitches not easily accessed with a larger motorhome. Looked as though there were good facilities in the town but we did not stay to investigate.
Stopped here for 2 nights was only going to stop one as on our way north We were more then happy with the site, staff very friendly, our pitch was huge on lovely grass. Yes the toilet and shower block is dated with just warm water but it was cleaned regularly and we had no complaints Was busy with 1930 American hot rod car meet which made our stay very interesting, and did not interfere with our stay
Yes we would come again as we enjoyed it
a friendly campsite but very run down pitches which were very muddy with no grass left on the pitches in use are very tired the photos on the ACSI description are clearly taken from the back field part of the site which looks like it hadn't been used in the last few yrs and was shut off from use the site is very busy with mainly overnight stopovers the showers and toilets facilities have seen better days with only 2 showers working in the bottom women's shower block and the shower water which is supposed to be heated was freezing cold every time
The Pitches are large and we'll spaced out. The shower block was a bit dated,but the shower had very good pressure and the water was very hot. The WI-Fi was free and was supposed to cover the whole campsite,but could not get a adequate signal any where,which was very annoying as I only choose a campsite that offers full coverage and would be happy to pay for a good strength signal in my caravan.
We used this site as a stopover for one night en-route to the south. As it was early May there were very few pitches taken and consequently the only showers available were in the reception building. These showers were dated and the one I used had a chain to operate the push valve which was interesting to say the least. However, the water was warm and the showers were clean. A lot of the pitches were sloping and ours had negative polarity. The site is in a nice position near a canal within a short walk to the town.
We stayed for one night on our way home but our second visit. The facility's are very dated but think they've been given a lick of paint since last year. Very helpful on reception, booked us an appointment for the vets the next day for our dog's pre return check. Good vet in the town too, spoke excellent English. Pitches are large although a bit unkempt probably end of season. Would still stop over again.
We used this site overnight in April. It was easy to find, the pitches a good size with easy access and reception was very helpful. As we were only passing through we didn't explore but it seemed well located by a canal and a short walk into town.
The facilities are very old but they are plentiful and kept clean.
For the price, a good stop over place and probably worth more than one night in better weather.
we have stayed here many times and found it ideal for our needs The stroll into town takes about then minutes where there are numerous shops and a good Chinese restaurant The pitches are large and although dated the shower blocks are clean and the water is hot
A pleasant campsite beside a canal with fishing. The town is a bit rundown but is nice. The campsite was easy to find and reception was fine. Bread can be ordered for the following morning. This is a big campsite but half was closed due to the lateness of the season. Pitches are very generous. The facilities are old and a bit tired but were clean and the pressure in the showers and plenty of hot water made it one of the best showers I had had all holiday despite that. Despite previous comments about the lack of facilities we had a good look around the site and found several toilet/shower blocks some of which were closed at this time of the year but which had been open. There were also plenty of washing up sinks dotted around the site. There were tennis courts, pentanque and a children's playground onsite. We would definitely use this as a stop off again if travelling this way
A nicely positioned camp site but the facilities are in desperate need of updating. The ladies showers are barely usable I'm afraid. When the toilet brush holder consists of an old plastic drinks bottle cut in half you know things are pretty basic.
- Period of opening
- 01-04-2019 till 30-09-2019
- 4 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 120 (100 - 120m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Campsite La Roche
chemin de la Roche
18200 / St. Amand-Montrond
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A71 exit 8, through the centre direction Montluçon. Just before the bridge, when leaving the city, turn right and keep on the side of the river.
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