Site no: RV014
based on a customer satisfaction survey
Ideal for families with teenage children, a complete holiday village with two magnificent pool complexes.
Situated on the edge of the Esterel forest, the unrivalled range of amenities and landscaped grounds have made this one of the most popular parcs on the French Riviera. This large, lively parc has Californian style pool complexes which include a covered pool and tropical palm tree islands, providing a stunning setting in which to soak up the sun. It really is a parc to suit everyone, with a full and varied entertainment programme and a lively disco. The Roman town of Fréjus is 5km away, with its broad sandy beach, bars and restaurants. Traffic from the nearby motorway can be heard.
The following facilities are available:
Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.
Boasting a marvellous pool complex with a four-lane waterslide, this parc is perfect for water-lovers. With a lagoon pool, covered pool on two levels, Jacuzzi and steam room, this Californian style complex has something for everyone. Enjoying a surrounding of lush, green trees, the outdoor pools are a tropical paradise whilst the indoor play centre will bring joy and laughter to the kids’ holiday with its two heated pools.
30/03/2013 - 28/09/2013
Forbidden for people who cannot swim even if wearing armbands
4 whirlpools on site
Children must be supervised at all times.
Depth: 1.30m - 2.80m
Depth: 1.20m - 1.80m
Depth: 0.80m - 2.30m
Depth: 1.20m - 2.10m
Depth: 0.30m - 2.80m
Regulations: Bracelets required, T-shirts not allowed, Inflatables not allowed, Parental supervision required
We know that the essential ingredient to a relaxing holiday is the standard of accommodation. And with Keycamp you'll find the very best. Our variety of accommodation is of a very high standard, designed with comfort and style in mind and are fully-equipped with everything you need for a relaxed self-catering holiday.
Details of accommodation which can found on this parc is listed below. Use the search form to check availability of accommodation (with or without decking/air conditioning) for your chosen holiday dates.
There are 780 pitches on this site.
30/03/2013 - 27/09/2013
Shade: Some have some.
Some of the pitches are separated.
A Keycamp holiday is all about doing your own thing, at your own pace, in your own time....and that includes the way you travel to your parc.
However you wish to get there, we can help create the ideal itinerary to suit you
We can help create the ideal itinerary for you to reach your Keycamp holiday destination at your own pace, in your own time!
Take a look at our handy guide to driving abroad, and hit the open roads of the continent with confidence!
We've teamed up with Europcar to provide you with really affordable prices on car hire with collection from all the major airports.
If you're flying to your chosen destination, why not start your holiday hassle free with pre-booked secure airport parking.
Book an overnight stop at one of our recommended parcs and discover and explore somewhere new!
Keycamp can arrange overnight stops at hotel accommodation throughout Europe en route to your destination, with something to suit every budget.
The following activities are available:
4 full size courts, Tarmac
2 five-a-side pitches, Surface: Tarmac and grass
Open 30/03/2013 - 28/09/2013
2 courts, Tarmac
Open 04/04/2013 - 26/09/2013
Site arranged tournaments available
Kids just want to have fun...whatever age they are. With our holiday clubs there's fun and games to keep everyone happy. Our fantastic kids' clubs provide the perfect place to let them have bags of fun and expend some of that boundless energy in a safe and happy environment.
Sports and games on offer are geared to the different age groups, so there's no chance of the kids getting bored. The relaxed and friendly nature of parc life makes it easy for them to mingle and make new friends.
Our children's clubs are a brilliant rendezvous for socialising and some serious fun under the watchful eye of our children's couriers. Our clubs offer a safe and secure environment for all ages.
Open:20/05/2013 - 30/06/2013
For families who prefer the holiday atmosphere of a small to medium campsite, but still want plenty of organised fun for the kids, there's Fun Station for All.
Big fun for our little ones. Our Mini Fun Stations offer lots and lots of totally free fun for children aged 6 months to 5 years (children who have yet to start school) accompanied by a parent.
We've teamed up with cycling experts BikeRight! to help children aged 3+ years to master the basics of bike-riding, in a safe amd fun environment
Open:01/07/2013 - 07/09/2013
Teens don’t want to spend all day every day with adults. That’s why we created Base. They can meet new friends to hang out with and enjoy some of our many on and off-parc activities.
Specially designed for the 9-12 age group, the station offers something a bit different to Leo's and Mac's Fun Stations. Activities aim to keep the children challenged and entertained throughout the sessions.
This club offers a mega mix of fun activities specially designed for the 6-9 age group. With sports, art, discos, talent shows and a host of other activities.
Suitable for children 4-6 years, Leo’s Fun Station offers tons of fun activities like Fun Olympics, treasure hunts, nature trails and lots, lots more!
Arts and crafts, dancing, music
Languages spoken: French and English
The following local attractions are available:
Windsurfing and sailing are popular at the sandy coves along the coast from Fréjus to St Maxime. You can also hire windsurf boards and pedalos at Lac de Cassien, 20 miles from the parc. The Roman town of Fréjus is rich in history with an amphitheatre, cathedral and aqueduct.
Number 1 sea world in Europe: shows, aquariums, animals
The largest waterpark on the Côte d'Azur with the biggest wave pool in Europe and the 'Terrible Twister' - a unique waterslide
Established in 1971 on 50 acres of natural Mediterranean woodland. Discover more than 130 different species from all of the continents, from mammals to birds and reptiles. Various exhibitions by the trainees encourage audience participation
Discover the most beautiful caves of the region 70 metres below the surface. Over 700 metres of paths through a series of spectacular caves. The tour lasts for about 1 hour
Closed Mondays in low season
Underwater viewing trip on a glassbottomed boat. 45 minute journey.
Founded at the end of the 19th Century, this museum in the town hall possesses a rich collection of Roman archeological pieces.
The French "Grand Canyon". Spectacular views with the river Verdon running along the bottom of the gorge from Castellane to the Lac de Ste Croix. Length 21kms, depth 200-700m. 6-8 hours descent for experienced rafters only. The road from Castellane passes through woods & fields of lavender used in the perfumeries at Grasse through to Moustiers-Ste. Marie on the D952.
Through the glass-bottom hull of this boat you can view 14 metres deep into the Mediterranean and admire the marine life on the sea bed around Cap d'Antibes. On deck discover the breathtaking coastline as you cruise past the cliffs with their luxury hotels and exclusive villas. Journey time of about 1 hour, with commentary
Find out more about Cote d'Azur, France
You can now pre-book your breakfast and evening meals, plus pre-pay for ice-cream and drinks, before you arrive on parc!
Check out our new, inclusive options.
Dogs are allowed on this site. Must be kept on a leash. Maximum of 2. Dogs are allowed in : All accommodation types except Lofts, Prestiges and Vistas.
This Parc has facilities for disabled people. Please contact our Customer Sales Staff for more information.
Take a look at some of the local recommendations for days out and activities our customers have shared with us following their holiday at La Baume.
"Agay had some beautiful beaches which were good for snorkelling. St Raphael was a lovely place to spend an evening and the fireworks we saw at Fréjus port were fairly spectacular (for 'Les Nuits de Feu'). We drove along the coast through Cannes and Nice and on into Monaco which was a great experience, as was the boat trip from Ste Maxime (a lovely place in its own right) to St Tropez. A trip to Lac de St Cassien was well worthwhile too with great activities for all the family."
I. Marsden, Avon
"Lac de St Cassien, about 30 minutes away by car, is a huge freshwater lake suitable for swimming, pedaloes, canoes, sunbathing and fishing. The St Tropez boat tour organised via Keycamp was a great afternoon/evening out and Cannes and Nice were great for people watching."
G. Oxnard, West Midlands
"Monaco was beautiful and just an hour's drive from the parc. We also visited a town called Ste Maxime which had some wonderful restaurants and our favourite beach was at Port Grimaud which was very safe for the children. Cannes was great and the beach was nice, although not that big. We travelled the motorways to get along the coast to avoid the traffic on the coastal roads. We had the most fantastic holiday."
K. Woollvin, Essex
"Fayence is a pretty town in the mountains and Lac de St Cassien is a picturesque spot with pedaloes and water activities."
M. Milton, Lanarkshire
"We spent a day in Monaco, walked the race track and visited the palace, shops and harbour. Such a pretty place although a little pricey. Loved our day out at Aquasplash in Antibes, a fab aquapark, especially for younger ones as there's an area totally devoted to them. Would recommend 2 day ticket and visit Marineland next door on another day to save money. We took an evening trip to Cannes and ate at the Grand Café on the front, great food and very reasonable. St Raphael beach and the evening market were also good, the market offering lots of great stalls."
A. Aitken, Lanarkshire
"Would recommend Monaco, Cannes and St Tropez for the people watching, glitz and glamour! Agay has a nice sheltered beach with good parking. Géant Casino in Fréjus was the best supermarket."
M. Wallace, Cheshire
"We visited St Tropez, although got stuck in traffic on the coast road. We also drove to Cannes, it was an amazing journey with spectacular views not to be missed and only took 1.5 hours. We took the train to Monaco - another trip not to be missed."
A. Denham, West Midlands
"Having been to this place for 30 years we know it inside out and would recommend travel to St Tropez by boat from St Raphael as the roads are crowded during summer months. La Ponche is a lovely restaurant in St Tropez and we also love La Moule Joyeuse on Fréjus plage, it's fantastic value for money. St Paul de Vence is a lovely walled town just outside Nice and has tiny streets and art galleries. Also worth a visit is old Cagnes with its castle and terrific views over the countryside."
S. Ogden, Essex
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