At Campsite Du Pasquier in Dole (Jura) camping costs as little as €15,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 120 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 15-03-2018 - 06-07-2018 and 25-08-2018 - 14-10-2018. 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 friendly and attractive campsite 15 minutes' walk from the town centre. The town of Dole is a well-preserved historic town, the birthplace of Louis Pasteur.
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Average rating: 7.7Add a review
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Good overnight\\2night stop. All about its proximity to the lovely town of Dole. Flat generous pitches, busy entrance area at peak time but friendly staff. Patience helps! WiFi free all over but slow speed. Would defo return.
Really good site staff really friendly, good location to visit Dole which is a really quaint town!
Deserves its rating!
Not too big on customer service if you get there during extended lunch, no matter how long the line of people wanting to book in gets, but what a lovely town within walking distance. The campsite is good, set between two rivers, with shade if you want it. Nice place and would use again if ever I went back to the same place lol
Forget the other reviews I will tell the truth, THIS IS A RACK,STACK AND PACK site if you like being a few inches away from the next camper then this the site for you the water points are far a few and do not work. The electric polnts are very old and myself and the person next to us had to really jam the plugs in. The shower blocks are ok at best my advice is use the block nearest reception as the other one is extremely old. This site is very expensive for the condition, and we were glad we only booked in for one night
Interesting old town short walking distance away.
Some pitches small and others a good size. Pebbles or grass surface. Beware of being allocated a pitch although a change of pitch is permitted at any time if available.
Water and electricity points are a long way from some pitches whist close to others.
Free Wi-Fi but band width on pitch not good and not usable. Good WiFi close to mast.
Do read on, but not a great start at this one, got there at 12.25 only to find out that reception was closed until 2.00. The staff must have known there was a queue of campers and caravans but did not open the shutters until a minute past the hour, NOT GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE! Having had the moan, I have to say it was worth the wait. there are two shower/toilet blocks, one is a bit old but perfectly adequate for me at least. The pitches are Ok with trees and hedging, but what really makes it a great site is the town which is within walking distance and is worth a visit, GREAT LOCATION.
Dole is a lovely town, with a pleasant riverside, interesting Pasteur museum and good little shops. However, sadly, I do not recognise the descriptions of the site that recent reviewers have written The town is a very convenient location for a stopover if you are heading to the south of France, however...... 1 The entrance to the site was chaotic with outfits all over a small area outside the one barrier with people not knowing who was meant to be where 2. Queues at reception (where the young lady was very friendly and helpful) meant we had to wait 35 minutes before we were seen 3. Possibly because it is so busy the pitches were too small and crowded 4. There were insufficient electric points - but loads of water points 5. The Sanitaire needed refurbishment and a good clean 6. Wifi was free but didn\'t have enough bandwidth so it was pretty impossible to actually get on to the Internet.
The location of this site makes up for the small pitches - walking distance into Dole the most enchanting medieval town & to Geant hypermarket & lovely cycle/walk along the canal. Don\'t arrive before 2 tho as reception is closed from 12 til 2.
As mentioned in previous review the toilets do not have seats & the toilet paper is in a communual roll - this ran out our first afternoon I did mention it to reception but it wasn\'t replenished til the next morning but the most annoying thing is no means of drying your hands after visiting the toilet - how easy would it be to out a paper towel dispenser next to the communual toilet paper it is most annoying to have to take a towel with you on each visit to the toilet.
The staff in reception are very friendly and helpful but the manager/owner is the rudest man I have ever encountered - he was rude to my husband 5 minutes after we arrived whilst he was filling our water tank and was actually abusive to me the following morning he actually reduced me to tears on my holiday. A lesson in customer service wouldn\'t go amiss.
What a gem of a place. The campsite was quite in April and good pitches. Shower block very good and clean. The town of Dole is a gem! This was really just a stopover for us, but the town was very old and interesting. Raynaud III passage - quite unexpected. It was like going back 300 years. Would recommend a stay at at this site. English speaking staff. Would definitely use again.
We came to Dole as a stopover. We were lucky to get a large hardstanding pitch as it had been very wet and the grass pitches were very muddy. The reception was lovely and welcoming. Once we had been into Dole we were so impressed we extended our stay. The toilet and washing facilities are perhaps basic but very clean. The laundry facilities are good. The walk into Dole is lovely. It is well worth following the \'cat\' walk around Dole,especially the part that takes you under ground. It is also well worth visiting the Pasteur Museum, really interesting. The town has a fantastic atmosphere, a great range of shops and comes alive late afternoon/ early evening. We loved it here and were sad that we had to leave to meet friends. A great place for motorhomers as everything is accessible on foot.
- Period of opening
- 15-03-2018 till 15-10-2018
- 2 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 120 (80 - 110m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)
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Campsite Du Pasquier
18 ch. Victor et Georges Thévenot
39100 / Dole
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From the A36 take the Dole exit. In Dole follow 'camping' or 'stade-camping' signs.
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