Campsites for children
Our family campsites in France offer a range of different activities guaranteed to keep your children happy no matter what their age : Team games, concerts, drama workshops, nature and story-telling walks, wooden hut building, cultural visits and cookery classes are just some of the many fun and educational activities guaranteed to keep your kids interested and engaged.
Most of our campsites offer activities for children organised according to their own timetable. So while the youngest take part in a fun, physical activity or develop their artistic talents at a craft workshop, their older brothers and sisters can get together and make friends at a range of sports tournaments.
Meanwhile, parents can just sit back and enjoy their holiday.
Mister Flower Club for 6- to 12-year-olds
A holiday with Mister Flower is all about having fun and making new friends. The club offers a varied programme of fun and games, parties and shows, workshops, craft activities and trips organised by our trained, multi-lingual activity leaders in a safe and stimulating environment. All your children need for a truly unforgettable holiday and certainly no time to get bored!
Our Mister Flower Clubs offer fun and educational activities in the form of 2-hour sessions at least three times a week on the following themes:
A range of entertaining group activities designed to help children mix and make friends, including board games, treasure hunts, sports, plays and shows.
“The great outdoors”
Mister Flower is a great explorer and loves sharing his discoveries and the beautiful French countryside with children. Typical activities might include a storytelling coastal path walk, how to build a cabin in the woods, a hike and picnic on the shores of a lake or a nature trek to seek out nature’s “hidden” animals (bees, birds and insects).
“Local customs and culture”
Culture with a difference. Mister Flower just loves telling fascinating stories, stories – and holidays – that your children will never forget. Activities might include a visit to a local lighthouse, for example, and jam or pancake making workshops.