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  • Animation for all ages
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Eco-sticker for in Paris


Paris has introduced an obligatory Eco-sticker this year, for drivers entering the city centre. This means that everyone  has to buy one. (Yes tourists as well)  The sticker costs €4.80 and you can buy it from the website of the French public authorities:

TIP: Staying at a campsite and planning a day trip to Paris? Buy a train ticket from reception. It’s a lot cheaper, you’ll avoid traffic jams, pricey parking fees and the Eco-sticker of course!


Sun loungers for everyone! 

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Putting your towel on your lounger early in the morning? So you can save your spot by the pool for the rest of the day?  At the Iris Parc campsites, it’s not permitted to reserve your lounger. To prevent this from happening we have drawn up the following rules: 

  • When you leave the pool area and adjoining terrace, it is not permitted to leave a towel ( or other items) on a lounger or deck chair 
  • It is not permitted to reserve a chair or lounger for another person.
  • Staff can remove towels without permission. (or on request.)  

There are more than enough sun loungers around the swimming pools and everyone can use them. If we stick to these rules, we can all enjoy the swimming pool and the sun. Have fun!

No waiting in line for Disney or Parc Astérix tickets



You can simply skip the queues at the theme parks by purchasing your entrance tickets directly at the campsite. You don't want spend your valuable holiday time queuing for tickets do you? At Iris Parc campsite Le Chêne Gris we have the solution for you. You can buy your tickets at the campsite reception. As a bonus you can also find out useful information on the parc such as accessibility, parking, info on the attractions and so on, all this from our dedicated Iris park staff.

More information about Disney tickets

Cycling with children in France


Going cycling with the kids in France? Then take note! Children under 12 must wear a helmet. This applies to both children cycling themselves and kids sitting on the back of a bike as a passenger. So don’t forget to make the kids wear a helmet. It’ll save you  135 euros in fines!