Campsite La Vallée de l'Indre is a campsite with 110 touring pitches. During low season, between 01-04-2018 - 07-07-2018 and 25-08-2018 - 30-12-2018, the nightly rate is €15,- at one of the 110 touring pitches at Campsite La Vallée de l'Indre in Montbazon (Indre and Loire). 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).
Quietly located in the heart of the Touraine, on the banks of the Indre. A good stopover site, close to the N910. Also suitable for longer stays. Restaurant and playground with bouncy castles on campsite. Shops within walking distance. In the midst of the Azay le Rideau-Amboise-Villandry-Ussé castles and Honoré de Balzac museum (Saché).
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I think that this is the least good ACSI site that we have visited in our 4 year membership. The site was damaged in the floods in June this year and is in a state of dis-repair. Specifically the toilet block is a building site and punky partially functional and there is no proper place to get fresh water to fill the tank on motorhomes.
We won\'t be returning any time soon!
This is a lovely spot right in a small town with restaurants and shops to hand. NB everything is closed on Tuesdays. There are excellent walks along the river and in the woods. BUT the facilities are bad: no toilet paper, no hot water, cold and poorly drained showers. The pitches are rutted and the grass uncut. They are recovering from floods but that doesn't excuse cold showers. Best to shut it, do the repairs and then re-open what could be a brilliant site.
We stopped for one night while headed north. The campsite is easy to get in and out of and handy for an overnight stop and set in a nice location. However, it was undergoing major renovations with many jobs not completed and should not have been open. The shower block was not finished, no water flow in bathroom sink, no area for emptying toilet waste, no areas to fill with fresh water, cold water in all but two sinks for washing dishes and overall the site a bit of a mess. We can see that it could and possibly will be nice however I don't think they should have been charging or have been open at all. It was a let down after all the amazing ACSI sites we stayed at during this trip through France.
The very pleasant lady in reception explained the campsite had been flooded a few years ago and lots of work needed doing. That is very true. The toilets and showers were clean, but dated. The water was not very hot for washing up. The grass was in need of a cut and the flower planters were full of weeds. This site needs an urgent clean up. It is a shame as it is in a good location within an easy walk to a very interesting town. Shame the site wasn't as good as the receptionist.
Don't stay here. Neglected site that floods. Pitches are overgrown weed patches. No privacy. Water taps broken. Toilets and showers broken and dirty. No security and felt unsafe. Stayed just for one hour and then moved to another site 20 minutes away. Town looks interesting - shame about the appalling campsite. Should not be in the ACSI book in our opinion.
Friendly reception. Pleasant (unheated) swimming pool.
Extremely poor, outdated and dirty toilet block.
Pathways needing maintenance - weeds, rubbish and broken signs. Dirty plant containers with dead flowers.
Grass uncut. NO security lights around campsite at night.
Facilities on this site do require some maintenance. Toilet block is looking old and dated. Was being kept cleaner than at time of some earlier reports. Area surrounding the entrance and the roadway to most of the pitches requires some work. Small building opposite reception is scruffy and had rubbish piled up outside it.
Good for use as a site to visit some of the chateaux in the area.
Must have had problems with 'nomads' some time earlier, as were very fussy about letting utility type vehicles with large caravans into the site. We had to be vetted before entry.
- Period of opening
- 01-04-2018 till 31-12-2018
- 3 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 110 (100 - 120m2)
- 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 Vallée de l'Indre
37250 / Montbazon
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Via A10 exit 23 Chambray to D910 in southerly ditrection. Turn right at Office de Tourisme. Well signposted.
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