At Camping du Vivier aux Carpes in Seraucourt-le-Grand (Aisne) camping costs as little as €17,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 67 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 20/03 - 02/06 and 01/09 - 19/10. 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).
The campsite is located on the edge of a village. A perfect site for carp fishing, walking or cycling. You can fish in the natural pond from a number of pitches. A well maintained site with nicely marked out pitches. It has a friendly, amicable ambiance.
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Detail information about this campsite
- Period of opening
- 20/03 till 20/10
- 1.8 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 67 (100m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Number of permanent year-round 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!)
Food, drink and groceries
Available to hire at the campsite
Ground and vegetation
Washing, washing-up, cooking
Situation of campsite
Sports and play
Water and toilet facilities
Average rating: 7.9Add a review
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Camping pitch
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
Nice \"stop over\" site with friendly, English speaking staff. Quiet site in pleasant surroundings. We have used this site a few times over the years as it is the right distance from Calais for the first stop.
We first used this site in 2012 and it was very good however on our visit in 2016 there was a substantial deterioration. Considering they obtain a lot of customers from the Shuttle you would think they would understand that delays do occur. We arrived a little after 8 and my wife was treated like a naughty child and overcharged. The sites were unkept and overgrown an had a serious mosquito problem due to areas of untreated stagnant water.
Not a site we will be revisiting.
Lovely rural site, Great stop over. Good for fresh water fishing. Near WW1 memorials. Good for walking and cycling.
Great site for a stopover. Friendly reception. As the weather was wet we were allocated a hard standing pith overlooking the lakes. This was a little small with restricted \'sitting out\' space but sitting in the van with the door open we had a lovely view. Facilities were good and there was loads of information in the entry hall. As stated in previous reviews these pitches are quite a way form the facilities block. Nice village but we abandoned getting fuel from the local supermarket due to the small size of the car park and tight access to it.
A very useful site as a stopover to/from the Channel but otherwise to us it was unremarkable. Very Brit dominated also the toilets may well be under pressure in the high season. MH pitches are very tight but ok for a night. Keep your eyes on the children - we had water on both sides of our pitch!! Everything worked ok but no bread van as promised. Lots of statics. Will use again as stopover.
Small but well formed, pleasant location, bread van arrives in the morning. Little shop just outside campsite. Toilets clean, with soap, paper and indoor washing facilities for clothes and dishes
Very friendly and helpful staff. All pitches were full but a very nice over flow area. Visited by hedgehogs in evening and otter passed by while having evening meal. Recommended.
Appallingly bad site, with miniscule pitches (so small there was no room to sit outside my MH) and an exceptionally rude woman at reception. In all my camping experience, I have never been on such a poorly run, badly arranged site. The one toilet block was run down and situated a considerable distance from the pitch I was allocated. I cannot emphasise this enough - DON\'T STAY HERE!!!
Stayed here as a stopover. If you like carp fishing you would love it. Lots of Brits on this site. Very nice Sanitaire, but a long walk from our pitch which was in the thin strip of land between the two lakes. Luckily we were able to get pitched before this area became full as I am not sure we would have been able to turn the caravan around. Beware bites from the lakes mosquitos. Good access to water and electricity.
Our first ACSI site on our tour of France in our Autotrail motorhome, We were allocated a pitch on grass/earth, on looking around the site we found a hardstanding pitch overlooking the lake. The lady in reception spoke a small amount of English so we were able to make our requirements known! Pleasant site in lovely surroundings. Toilet block was clean and well maintained. Site was within walking distance of the village with a small supermarket selling fresh bread.
Address & Route
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Camping du Vivier aux Carpes
10 rue Charles Voyeux
02790 / Seraucourt-le-Grand
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Leave A26 at exit 11 St. Quentin-Sud, direction Gauchy. Via D321 to Seraucourt-le-Grand. Signposted.
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