CityKamp Paris

Allée Du Bord De L'eau, Muette, 75016, Paris, France


Drinking water



CityKamp Paris**** is a campsite located in the 16th arrondissement, right in the heart of Paris. Its central location makes it convenient for exploring the city and its famous landmarks. The campsite offers a shuttle bus service that takes you to Porte Maillot metro station in just a few minutes, making it easy to get around. The campsite is open all year round and is spread across 7 hectares of natural parkland, providing a peaceful and green environment. It is an ideal base for exploring Paris. After a long day of sightseeing, you can relax in the tranquil surroundings of the campsite, which is situated on the banks of the Seine. CityKamp Paris**** offers high-quality and modern facilities for its guests. The central lodge is bright and modern, providing a comfortable place to relax and socialize. There is also a lovely terrace where you can enjoy the outdoors. For families with children, there is a new playground for them to enjoy. Furthermore, the campsite has fully-renovated washrooms, ensuring that guests have access to clean and modern facilities. All in all, CityKamp Paris**** provides a convenient and comfortable accommodation option for those looking to explore Paris while enjoying the tranquility of a campsite setting.

Map of CityKamp Paris



Camping can be quite expensive, especially when you consider the proximity to Paris. In this particular case, a stay of three nights for two adults and three children with electric hookup costs 200 euros. Additionally, there is an 8 euro tax, and a 2 euro fee per person for the bus ride. Keep in mind that the reception area is often crowded and you may experience long waits. Overall, it is a good option if you want to visit Paris, but it can be quite costly and lacks some extra amenities, like a swimming pool.


Generally, the campground is satisfactory. It costs €45 for two people, a dog, and a car. At night, there is no lighting in the campground, but it is well-maintained and clean. There is a bus that goes to the city center every half hour, which takes about 10 minutes. The bus will drop you off at a metro stop for further transportation, or you can walk to the city center from the bus stop, which takes around 25 minutes. Please be mindful of the bus schedule, as there are no return buses during midday.


I stayed for 4 nights from 02/24/2013 to 02/28/2013. The reception was good and the campground was spacious. The campsites had access to water and electricity, which was very convenient. Additionally, there was an on-site grocery store available.