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Parc Verger

RV, Motorhome, Caravan & Tent

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Camping Parc Verger is a small tranquil campsite, situated on the outskirts of Champagnac La Riviere, high on the south-facing slope of the river Tardoire in the Haute Vienne, part of the Limousin in the heart of France.

Set within the beautiful Parc Naturel Perigord/Limousin, there are many lovely places to visit nearby.

The Site was established in 2005 and was originally designed around the needs of RV owners, and now has 24 pitches 10, of which are fully-serviced pitches, capable of taking RVs, twin axle caravans and motorhomes up to 40 feet, the maximum permitted on European roads.

There are an additional 6 level hardstanding pitches, suited to the needs of motorhomes and caravans, and also 8 grass pitches ideal for caravans with awnings or tents. All served with 16 amp electricity.

We have 2 mobile homes available for holiday rental.

Parc Verger is OPEN ALL YEAR.

Whilst we are happy to welcome guests at all times, our normal opening hours are:

Office Hours: 09.00-17.00 – Arrival Times: 12.00-19.00

(After 19.00 by arrangement & Mobile Homes from 15.00)

Parc Verger – Latest News

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In view of the extended lockdown
we will be closed until 15th April at least. Thanks for your understanding.
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no problem franc you and lisa stay safe

Hope you’re ok Franc Culshaw?

Please note: Following the President's address to the nation last night (16/3/2020) we will not be able to take any new arrivals for the next 15 days. (in theory there should not be anyone moving around France) Thanks for your understanding. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for the update. Hope to see when this is all over xx

When Spain declared their emergency they stated that anyone returning to their habitual home could drive in order to do so but they should have proof of a ferry or tunnel booking. I know as I type of several friends heading to the tunnel who are currently in France. Such a sad situation. Not sure where they will stay though!

Thankyou.... So should the campsites be open on the 1st April?

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