Camping du Buisson is located in the park of a former castle in Louvemont, just east of the Lac du Der. This small-scale campsite is split in two by a small river. The touring pitches are situated directly on the water's edge or on an elevated part overlooking the rest of the campsite.
Camping at the waterfront
The campsite is situated in the former garden of the castle. A small river divides the site in two. Especially the spaciousness and the quietness of the campsite are striking. About fifty touring pitches are spread over the eight-hectare site. If you like camping by the water, you can choose from many pitches. You can also camp on a higher part, where the pitches offer a beautiful view over the campsite. Three luxury lodge tents and a few furnished chalets complete the range of camping options.
Heated swimming pool
In the centre of the campsite, on a sunny spot, is the swimming pool. Although it is fairly small, young and old can swim here. And even when it's colder outside, you're welcome. The water is heated. Around it is a large paved sun terrace, where you sunbathe on one of the sun loungers.
New climbing course
In 2019, a climbing course has been created in the forest area directly adjacent to the campsite. Here the smaller adventurers can indulge themselves on the lower course, while the real climbers are on the ladders and platforms high up in the trees. A fun adventure for younger children and the slightly more experienced climbers.