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Activity-packed camping holidays for your children!

On the menu for their holiday: sports and recreational activities!

Our free clubs (for 5 to 7 year olds and 8 to 12 year olds) mean kids will be able to enjoy the various activities on offer. Our organisers have put together an activity programme they'll just love, with treasure hunts, creative workshops, group games and end of stay shows just some of the most popular things among the children. Teenagers will also have a special activity programme to ensure their camping holiday is a truly unforgettable one!

Please note: the activity schedule varies according to the season and French school holidays.

Club Kids: 5-7 years

The perfect age for discovery, learning new activities and making the most of their camping holidays…

  • treasure hunt
  • fancy dress
  • arts & crafts
  • dancing
  • preparation of a show
  • walking

Club Juniors: 8-12 years

A great chance to laugh, share and discover. Your children will have an unforgettable holiday...

  • football tournaments
  • sumo contests
  • volleyball
  • archery
  • games room

Club Teens: 13-17 years

The Teens Club team has done everything to ensure that your teens have an extraordinary camping holiday!

  • a night under the stars
  • mountain biking
  • sporting tournaments
  • football, table tennis

Fun facilities so they never get bored!

Our Yelloh! Village les Bois du Châtelas also has a set of well-thought-out facilities so they can have fun in total safety:

  • multisports grounds
  • bouncy castle
  • games area with swings and sandpit
  • games room with table football
  • big trampoline and more!

And we mustn't forget about our paddock with its donkeys and our archery stand, etc.

Beside the campsite is the Acro Pôle adventure park, in the heart of the countryside, where they can have fun climbing trees, and the crocodile farm with its 8,000 m² glasshouse, home to around 400 species of animal, including giant tortoises and crocodiles.

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