At Campsite Du Pasquier in Dole (Jura) 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 15-03-2019 - 05-07-2019 and 26-08-2019 - 14-10-2019. 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 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: 7.5Add a review
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Dole is a must visit town. The campsite is in a lovely area with walks in all directions. The pitches are good, but sadly the site is let down by the toilet and washing facilities which are in desperate need of updating.
Very friendly reception and welcoming. But I agree with the review pointing out that this site is tired out. Maybe it shows itself up more at the end of season in October, but it does not look as if there has been any investment for a long time. The open toiletblock has cracked tiles, showers are in poor condition and not clean in the corners or around the doors: wear and tear is probably engrained now. The swimming pool, not covered so maybe open still, is green and the surrounds are not appealing. Each day, a bouncy castle is blown up for the children, but it is so dirty that no parent would let a child use it. We stood on hard standing of very large gravel stones, difficult under foot. Now mid-October the site is nearly full, so maybe the local Mairie does not feel the need to improve the site. The condition is matched by the old town, which is also crumbling in many places, but it has its attractions. The site is very well situated with walking right into town, and there are paths off the site. I would stay again for a few nights because of the access to the town, but not for any longer time.
We visited in June and it was busy every pitch in use, the staff were pleasant and helpful when asked.
The toilets are excellent and clean.
The owners were pleasant to talk to making every effort to understand our appalling french.
The whole area goes very quiet at 10pm
The town is lovely and 5 mins walk from the camp site.
We would not hesitate to use this camp site again.
Kevin and Erica.
Very busy site with easy access to Dole. Recommend the trail around Dole - guides from reception or tourist office in Dole. There are 2 toilet blocks the older circular one for cold showers and the newer one for hot showers!! Overall facilities are OK but not great could do with some investment - but it is the only campsite in the area!! The more shaded pitches near the river suffer from mozzies - we moved pitch once we realised.
Quite a pleasant little site but some pitches are maybe on the small side . The young lady on reception was very pleasant and helpful so the manager mentioned in earlier reviews wasn’t really an issue, we only spoke to him when asking about a campingaz cylinder refill and he was quite amiable but didn’t speak any English. The town of Dole is very pleasant and you can easily walk over the river and canals and up into the town and there is a marked out walk around the town which takes in the childhood house of Louis Pasteur who was born in Dole. I think you can get a leaflet at reception but a fellow camper gave us theirs. Overall a great spot to stay for a few days and we would stay again
2 night stop over on way south. Dole is lovely and well worth a visit. Campsite quiet and reception staff friendly and helpful. Sanitaires and facilities more than adequate.
Stopped here for two night on way South. Fantastically positioned for river walks and a walk into Dole. Poor bar, basically buy tour drinks in the reception shop and sit outside to drink them. Would stay again. Very quiet and peaceful.
First the good news. The staff were welcoming and helpful and the site is ideally placed for the town centre and the tourist information office is 10 min walk. The railway station (for the famous Hirondelle train line) is another 10 mins walk.
Now the bad bits.... This site has the feel of an old style Municipal site where the council have failed to put sufficient investment into it and merely relied on its central location. There are two sanitary blocks, one fairly new and well maintained, the other is really old and grotty, like something out of the 1950’s (which is probably when it was built) I didn’t see anyone use it during our (brief) stay and I am not surprised.
The pitches are mostly grass, and a bit unkempt, many have no separation from adjoining pitches (ours didn’t) and are muddy, a few shovel fulls of gravel had been placed on ours to hide/fill in a muddy patch right where our caravan door opened (due to pitch size it was not possible to avoid this muddy patch)
So in summary it’s handy for the town but it’s not a site I would want to spend any appreciable time staying on. To put things into perspective we travel through France on a regular basis for 6 - 8 weeks at a time so are well versed in French campsites, this is one we will not be returning to.
Good overnight2night 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!
- Period of opening
- 15-03-2019 till 15-10-2019
- 2 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 120 (80 - 110m2)
- Number of camper 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 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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