Ardeche, Aveyron and Tarn4.3

Selected because of its delightful location in a wooded valley, 350m high and because of its direct access to the Tarn river. The pebbly beach stretches the length of the site and the river is shallow enough to bathe. The stunning rocks opposite the site offer magnificent views and are home to nesting vultures. The Peyrelade château towers over the site on the opposite side of the road. A great spot for canoeing with some interesting rapids further upstream, it is also a perfect centre for exploring this fascinating region. Do remember to bring rubber shoes for bathing in the river.

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Rivière-sur-Tarn 2km. Millau and A75 13km

Grid reference

N 44° 11' 27 E 03° 09' 24





Tour operators


Suitable for

All ages, particularly ramblers, nature lovers and canoe enthusiasts.


Accommodation description

37 two and three bedroomed mobile homes for 2/6 persons, 8 bungalow tents for 2/4 persons.

Pitch description

Flat, set out in terraces but varying in size up to 110m². Most have some shade, and are divided by low shrubs. Many tend to be long and thin. The best pitches overlook the river but tend to be smaller.

Pitch size

190 (145 touring)

Hook up

6 amps - all pitches. Water & drainage - none.

Motorhomes information

Motor home service point, but need transport for visiting area. Local village - 2km and restaurant 500m.

Activities Onsite

Activities on site

Children's play area. TV, games room, table tennis tables, boules pitch, canoe hire. Tennis courts and mountain bike hire - 200m.


In high season: children's club for 5 to 10 yrs, archery, walks from the campsite, aquagym, fossil-hunting outings, boules competitions, bingo, musical evenings several times a week.

Swimming pool types

Heated, Baby Pool

Kids club


Activities Offsite / Places to Visit


Tarn and Jonte Gorges. Millau. Roquefort and its famous cheese cellars. Montpellier-le-Vieux, La Couvertoirade. Aven Armand. Les Cevennes.

Sports and Activities

Tennis, Fishing, Walking, Canoeing

Nearby Attractions

Near riverside/lakeside


Campsite Rules

Pets allowed


Campsite Facilities


Small shop June - Sept. Bar, take-away. Restaurant with attractive covered terrace. Barbecues allowed. Dogs accepted. Internet and Wi-Fi in bar/restaurant.

Motorhome service point


Swimming pool information

Attractive aqua park with heated pools, one 17m x 7m, a paddling pool specially equipped for children, and a jacuzzi.Sun terrace and sun loungers.

Sanitary facilities information

Two toilet blocks, one updated more recently. Push button temperature control showers with hooks, some with wash basins combined in one block, no temperature control in older block. Individual wash cubicles. Toilets with seats but no paper. Both kept clean and respectable. Disabled facilities. Baby room. Laundry. Chemical waste point.

Campsite Directions


From the North. Exit A75 at junction 44 .1 and take the D29 to Aguessac. Then turn left in the direction of the Gorges du Tarn on the D907. Continue through the town of Rivière-sur-Tarn and the site is situated on the right-hand side by the river. The entrance is downhill and steep. From the South. Exit A75 at junction 45 towards Millau.Then head north on the N9 and turn right at Aguessac. Then continue as above.

Contact Information

Telephone Number


Camping Le Peyrelade 12640 Rivière-sur-Tarn

Web Address


Email Address

[email protected]

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