Camping Aux Sources de Lescheret, located in the Belgian Ardennes, is a small (partially car free) and sustainable natural campsite of about two and a half hectares. There are three spring lakes on the campsite, which give the campsite its name. Here you can swim, fish and play. The atmosphere on the campsite is laid back and very relaxed, so guests can really relax here.
Camping in a green and shady paradise
The first glance of the campsite is one of a green paradise full of bushes, leafy and pine trees. These provide lovely shade. A large part of the campsite is taken up by the cooling water of the three lakes. The pitches around these lakes are primarily intended for tents.
If you are travelling without your own camping equipment, you can book an accommodation on the campsite. How about a lovely tunnel tent, a trekker hut, wooden teepee or tent cottage?
Swimming fishing, hiking and cycling
One of the three lakes is a swimming lake and is surrounded by a sunbathing lawn with grass and bushes. The two others are fishing lakes. In one of the lakes you can cast your hook for free, fishing in the other lake does have a fee. But in the "paid" pond you have a better chance of a good catch to take home. The campsite also functions as a hub for the extensive hiking and cycling routes.
Clean sanitary facilities
Even though you are not on a large campsite here (fifty pitches), there are plenty of sanitary facilities. It was renovated in 2017 and is thoroughly cleaned.