Near Paris, close to the Fontainebleau forest, Disneyland, and the castles?

Le Lido, ideally located in Île-de-France

Campsite with swimming pool
Bouldering Bleau
Authentic camping experience
Camping France with breakfast
Kayak near Paris
camping near Paris

Any questions?

Our answers!

Close to Paris? Near the Fontainebleau forest? Pets allowed? Accessible by bike? These are the questions you ask us most frequently

The access route depends, of course, on your starting point. From Paris, the most common route is via the A6, then the D607 and the D606. A tip for large vehicles (such as buses, campers, etc.): when you reach Veneux les Sablons, it is preferable to continue to Moret sur Loing until you reach the Intermarché, then turn left and left again (this adds very little to the journey). Indeed, the direct access via Veneux is about three to four minutes faster, but it can sometimes be tricky as it requires passing through a slightly narrow tunnel, which is not the case when passing through Moret (you will then pass under a much higher and wider viaduct).

Yes, our furry friends are welcome, provided they adhere to our internal regulations (no dangerous or noisy animals). Dogs must be kept calm and on a leash, and dogs of categories 1 and 2 are not allowed on the campsite.

Yes, the campsite is located 10 minutes by car from the town of Fontainebleau. The town is also nearby by bike, taking a very pleasant path along the Seine. The Fontainebleau forest is about 6/7 minutes away for runners or 15 minutes for walkers (not very pleasant and protected paths, including crossing the village of Veneux – a slope at the beginning to warm up should be expected). Most of the remarkable sites in the forest are accessible within 30 minutes by car or bike.

Yes, we invite you to check our specific page on our website regarding this matter. Pizza at the campsite, burgers at the campsite, snacks, beverages, ice cream, a small grocery store for basic items (rice, pasta, etc.)… you will find all of these on site.

Near the campsite (5 minutes by car, 10 minutes on foot), you’ll find supermarkets for your shopping needs in the three nearby villages (Moret, Veneux, Saint-Mammès), as well as local markets, restaurants, etc. There’s no risk of running out of anything.

The campsite was awarded the ‘Accueil Vélo’ (Bike Welcome) label in 2023. Our cyclist friends are welcome, and they will find on-site facilities specially designed for them, as well as means for the maintenance and repair of their bikes.

As for accessibility, it’s ideal: either through the Fontainebleau forest, or via the various canals or paths along the Seine and the Loing, or even through the EuroVelo 3 route, the Scandibérique.

Many of our customers also reach us by putting their bikes on the train (there are designated areas in certain wagons, inquire with SNCF), arriving fresh and conserving all their energy for exploring the region.

In the Île-de-France region, there are numerous facilities (bike lanes, protected roads) that will allow you to travel around the campsite in excellent conditions.

To access Camping Le Lido by train from Paris, you can take a train from Gare de Lyon (which, for our foreign friends, despite its name, is indeed located in Paris!).
Get off at Moret Veneux les Sablons station. Trains depart every 15 minutes during peak hours and every 30 minutes to 1 hour on weekends. The cost is approximately 5 Euros. The journey duration varies from just over 45 minutes to a little over an hour depending on the number of stops. We recommend using apps like Citymapper (or the website or the SNCF app ( to check schedules and transport fares

Located in the Île-de-France region, in the Seine-et-Marne department, Camping Le Lido is indeed close to Paris and, most importantly, easily accessible. For trips between the campsite and Paris, the train is an excellent means of access: it’s eco-friendly, cheaper (around 5 euros), and relaxing.
The train is direct from Paris (Gare de Lyon), and 45 minutes later, you arrive at Moret Veneux les Sablons station. Upon disembarking from the train, it’s just a few minutes’ walk (barely 5-7 minutes) to reach the campsite. We recommend downloading the Citymapper app, as it’s a good way to know the different ways to reach us and the travel times.
The campsite is also easily reachable by car: it’s approximately a 1-hour drive from Paris (Porte d’Orléans). However, it’s advisable to check the traffic conditions as entrances and exits to Paris can be congested. So, yes, whether by train or by car, Camping Le Lido is indeed less than 1 hour from Paris (of course… without traffic jams or strikes, of course).

Disneyland Paris is about 1 hour away from Camping Le Lido by road (assuming normal traffic conditions). You can also reach Disneyland by train, which is very feasible but requires one change at Marne-la-Vallée Chessy station (allow around 1 hour and 40 minutes).

All individuals with disabilities, especially those with reduced mobility (PMR), are always welcome at Camping Le Lido. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that building regulations have required us to construct the sanitary facilities and reception area at an elevated level, and most of the mobile homes require climbing stairs to access the terrace and are not designed for wheelchair mobility. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and assure you that our team will do their best to assist individuals with reduced mobility despite these constraints.

The presence of the Moret Veneux les Sablons train station just a few minutes’ walk away is a real advantage for easy travel throughout the Île-de-France region, but of course, train noise may be audible at certain times. In general, night trains operate at slower speeds, but some guests may be more sensitive to noise and experience discomfort. We note that the majority of customer reviews indicate that the campsite is quiet, and it is renowned for this. However, we advise those who are more sensitive to noise to consider using earplugs just in case.