On the slope of a hill at the edge of the Ardennes, in the sloping landscape of the surroundings of the Belgian town of Namur, you will find campsite De Durnal 'Le Pommier Rustique'. From the terraces on the campsite you have a view on the valley of the river Bocq. Because of its location, close to the motorway, this campsite is ideal for campers travelling south.
View over the valley
The image of the campsite is determined by the mobile homes that overlook the landscape on several terraces. The campsite mainly welcomes regular guests, but there are also around forty pitches and around twenty rental units for touring campers. The small hiker's huts are great fun where the two of you can have a cosy camping holiday. The touring pitches are spacious and open, but don't have too much shade and privacy. What you do have from your camping pitch is a beautiful view of the vast fields and the wooded valley.
The highest part of the campsite is reserved for (youth) groups. They can camp on a separate terrain. This keeps possible disturbance to a minimum.
The facilities on the campsite are quite simple and not too extensive. For children there are playgrounds with a trampoline and swings, while the athletes can let off steam on the outdoor fitness area. If you're tired of sports, you can go for a tasty snack or a fry in the 'friterie'. If you want to relax completely, you can do so in the log cabin, where you'll find a sauna and whirlpool.