Happy Village & Camping is a terraced campsite in the Lazio region, close to the ring road of Rome (northern side). It is situated on a beautiful and naturally landscaped terrain, with many flowering shrubs. This small-scale campsite with a very relaxed atmosphere features a bar, a (new and fine) restaurant and a swimming pool. The campsite shuttle service takes you for free to metro station Prima Porta, from where you can be in the heart of Rome in just 20 minutes.
The terrain, dotted with pine trees, is slightly undulating and has marked pitches with varying degrees of shade. The pitches are well-maintained and separated by greenery. They tend to be on the small side. The bungalows and campers which are available for rent are surprising: they are simple but spacious and well-maintained.
Food, drink and entertainment
The campsite shop has a limited range of supplies. There is also a supermarket 4 km further down the road. The restaurant offers a typical Italian menu, delicious and full of flavour. In the evenings it can get a little noisy due to the convivial atmosphere. There is also a bar and a pizzeria.
The beautifully landscaped swimming pool (200 m2) with a fun round paddling pool, is situated higher up on the terrain. Surrounding the pool is a tiled patio with loungers and sunshades. The attractively situated restaurant with patio has views of the swimming pool. Here, you will dine under the palm trees and there are flowers everywhere. This colourful abundance of flowers is a unique feature of this campsite.
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Detail information about this campsite
This inspector visits Happy Village & Camping every year and inspects the campsite on the basis of more than 200 amenities and other points of interest. The inspector is an ACSI staff member and does not work for the campsite.
Average rating: 7.7
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Campingplatz leider nicht zu empfehlen. Stellplätze terrassiert und zu klein für ein normal ausgewachsenes Womo. Niedrige Bäume. Dazu ist das Restaurant direkt oberhalb der Terrassen. Als wir dort waren, fand eine Geburtstagsparty statt mit Live Diskjockey bis um 1 Uhr nachts. Der Geräuschpegel auf den Terrassen entsprach einer open air disco. Erst nach massiven Beschwerden trat Ruhe ein. Platz liegt direkt an der Abfahrt von der Ringautobahn nach Viterbo. Die ganze Nacht Verkehrslärm. Dazu noch ständiges lautes Hundegebell aus den Gärten rundherum. Sanitärs nur mittelmäßig in Schuß. Man benötigt einen Shuttle für den Rombesuch. Fährt leider nicht sehr oft (über die Mittagszeit gar nicht!!), so daß man u. U. über eine Stunde warten muß, um vom Bahnhof Prima Porta abgeholt zu werden. Wifi nur gegen Gebühr. Pool nur mit Badekappe.
A very pleasant site gentleman on reception very knowledgeable and helpful. Good bus service to station for train to Rome. Facilities very clean and tidy and plugs for hair dryers et .
Good location for trips into the city with a bus service to the train station, the staff are friendly and willing to help. The pitches are generally too small and big rigs are hard to park, larger pitches tend to be very sloping and difficult to access. The site prides itself on the Sanitary block and can\\\'t be faulted there, although no paper in toilets.
There\\\'s a nice pool with a bar and restaurant that also has a small shop where you can buy fresh bread in the morning but no local shops. WiFi is silly expensive with no flexibility and little coverage and overall it\\\'s better to pay a little more for ease of mind. Also don\\\'t forget the €2 Roma tax per person, per night.
A good site to relax and unwind and is a good clean campsite. If you are waiting for the bus to the train station make sure people do not just get in front of you or you will have to wait for the next bus. We have been to this site 4 times and had a great time. Not noisy at night and you feel very secure on the site.
When we arrived the women working behind the counter could not care less about us or our questions. Very rude. Though the young man who also worked there was very helpful. Watch where you park. Under the restaurant is not recommended. We had children on the swing sets til midnight twice in 7 days and military men singing from the bar til 12:30 even though they tell you the bar closes ealier. Not a place for quiet but a perfect place to see Rome. The shuttle service from the park to the train station is limited but the location is perfect for connections. Good place to visit Rome from.
Managers very kind and helpful. I was there for the Immaculate Conception.
After the bus ride (the driver is a tightrope traffic), the train is (in the morning) packed (box-like anchovies) and the smell of pickpockets is palpable.
Do not recommend it for a winter saty like the because the bathrooms are not heated except for
a small fan heater and some gates protect the nylon from the open air showers and toilets in the corridors are fully air-current. The water is warm but the showers of the dishes to be frozen as well as the sinks are located outdoors.
In short, the flu is to take into account! In another time of year it is likely that winter camping is becoming more attractive. And in summer I am sure that is good, and there are also two swimming pools.
An average camp site, and at the gate they tell you that it's an additional two Euro's per person even with the camping card as its an "exceptionaly good" camp site, and then charge you an extra 3 Euros per person per day having forgotten to meantion the one Euro local tax making the ACTUAL cost 19 Euros per night (for two people) This must stretch the ASCI card approval ??
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- Period of opening
- 01-03-2018 till 18-12-2018
27-12-2018 till 31-12-2018
- 4 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 220 (30 - 75m2)
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Eco campsite
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Happy Village & Camping
Via del Prato della Corte 1915
00123 / Roma
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GRA (Rome Ring Road), exit Cassia Veientana/Viterbo. Then 1st exit, 10 m. on the right, then left uphill. Look out for signs; it is well indicated.
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