This campsite is situated in south of the Belgian Ardennes, on the Semois River and near the village of Tintigny. You are here in the Gaume region, which has a friendlier and slightly more French appearance than the Ardennes. It is also a bit sunnier and therefore warmer here. The park-like, well organised campsite is mainly geared towards families with children, mostly from the Netherlands.
Beautifully laid out campsite
The first impression is that Camping de Chênefleur is beautifully laid out and well maintained. The spacious pitches are divided in groups and demarcated. The most beautiful pitches are located by the river. If you insist on a pitch with ample shade, you will have to search a bit. The rental accommodation consists of bungalows, mobile homes and tents. The wooden mobihut, which can be positioned in any desired spot, is something special..
On the campsite you will find a modest bar-restaurant (outside the peak season and school holidays only open during weekends) and a small shop for basic groceries. You will find more eating establishments in Tintigny as well as a small supermarket (2 km from the campsite).
River as water fun park
The campsite has a heated swimming pool, but in summer the Semois River turns into a real water fun park. Children can play to their heart's content in the shallow water, build dams, catch fish or float on an airbed.
During peak season and school holidays lots of activities are organised on the campsite by a professional entertainment team. In addition, all kinds of outdoor sports activities for young and old are organised by the campsite, such as canoeing and mountain biking trips, climbing and abseiling and horseback riding tours.