Private caravan campsites near Reims

Sip Champagne around the campfire in this wine-growing capital.

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Mesa Arizona RV Campsite Space

1 unit · Motorhome1 acre · Mesa, AZ
We have one RV space (campsite only-No RV) with full hook ups next to a shared beautiful pool and gazebo. Your RV space has a pedestal with three optional plugs: 50/30/20 amp plugs. All have breaker switches. This RV pad is decomposed gravel and has it's own brick patio. Your RV space is separated via brick wall, vinyl, and pool fencing. The entire property is a quarter acre in a quiet Mesa AZ neighborhood, just North of Gilbert, highway 60, and close to shopping and restaurants. The RV pad is accessed via a 25 foot wide drive up to a 14 foot wide RV gate. Your vehicle will sit on level decomposed granite. Your RV pad is 80 feet long and 20 feet wide. In addition, you have approx. 20'x20' brick patio for chairs, table, and outdoor living space. You can lock up your space via the RV gate, then come and go via the locked walk through gate. The area is great for your pups too! Additional parking is available in front of the RV gate if needed, or you can park on the street too. TPT Lic# 21497128
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Linda Lane

1 unit · Motorhome1 acre · Gilbert, AZ
This is an RV parking spot in the Heritage District of the Town of Gilbert. The Heritage District is home to our weekly Farmer’s Market, a bike trail along the canal, splash pad, parks, restaurants, breweries, cocktail lounges, bars, and shopping. This area is known for being safe, friendly, and very walkable. The RV spot is a 0.3 mile walk to a fish taco shop, a cocktail lounge and an art gallery, 0.4 mile walk away from the Farmer’s Market, the nearest ice cream shop and a historic BBQ restaurant, 0.5 mile walk to a performing arts venue, a dog friendly brewery with a dog “spaw”, and an arcade! We love it here and think you will too.
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Historic Downtown Gilbert Get Away

1 unit · Motorhome1 acre · Gilbert, AZ
Heritage District is home to our weekly Farmer’s Market, a bike trail along the canal, splash pad, parks, restaurants, breweries, cocktail lounges, bars, and shopping. This area is known for being safe, friendly, and very walkable. The RV spot is a 0.3 mile walk to a fish taco shop, a cocktail lounge and an art gallery, 0.4 mile walk away from the Farmer’s Market, the nearest ice cream shop and a historic BBQ restaurant, 0.5 mile walk to a performing arts venue, a dog friendly brewery with a dog “spaw”, and an arcade! We love it here and think you will too.
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Santan Mountain Views

1 unit · Motorhome, Tent3 acres · Queen Creek, AZ
Beautiful views of the Santan Mountains. Flat, private area behind main residence with a large cover. Water, electric, septic available. Room to set up temporary horse panels. Horse stalls on site available to rent. Walking distance to Santan regional park for miles of hiking, biking or horseback riding. 2 miles from Horseshoe park. Less than a mile to Santan flats. Quiet, rural feel but 5 minutes to major amenities. 1 dozen farm fresh eggs included with booking.
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Stephanie S.’s Land

4 units · Motorhomes2 acres · Phoenix, AZ
Desert Hills compound is occupied by Stephanie and Jonathan and one child still home. Silas Berry, Stephanie’s dad lives on compound as well. He is an avid Travler and available to give his expertise to guests. Our rural home allows the stars to shine brighter and natures sounds are our music. Hope you enjoy your time.
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Rockin’ AW Ranch

1 unit · Motorhome1 acre · Cave Creek, AZ
Desert vibe, backyard vibe, country vibe. I have horse property, but no horses anymore. You can get nuzzles from the neighbors houses though! My place is close enough to town, but still feels rural. Great hiking, biking, off roading within 5 minutes. Great night skies and sun rise/ sun sets! Easy parking for rigs up to about 32 feet.
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Private caravan campsites near Reims guide

Overview

It’s all about the bubbly in Reims, the unofficial capital of France’s Champagne region. Champagne houses, tasting cellars, and UNESCO-listed monuments (most notably the grand Cathedral) are everywhere you turn in this history city, so there’s plenty to discover on a walking tour. You won’t want to spend too long in the city, though. Instead, pitch your tent amid the vineyards, park your motorhome at an aire (motorhome park), or snag a campervan or caravan site at a rural campground, then set out on an epic tasting tour along the Champagne Route.

Where to go

Marne Valley

South of Reims, the vine-clad slopes of the Montagne de Reims Regional Natural Park provide a verdant backdrop for hiking and biking. From here, the Marne River winds its way west through the Marne Valley, leading the way to family-run vineyards, fairy-tale châteaux, and the Champagne villages of Hautvillers,  Châtillon-sur-Marne, and Château-Thierry.

Champagne Tourist Route

The official Champagne Tourist Route comprises six different marked trails totaling more than 370 miles and linking the region’s principal wine-growing regions, Champagne cellars, and vineyards. Stop off in Epernay to stroll down the Avenue de Champagne, sip Chardonnay in the Côte des Blancs, then cycle through the green vales of the Côte de Bar.

Ardennes Regional Natural Park

Just an hour’s drive north of Reims, the wooded hills and untamed countryside of the Ardennes Regional Natural Park are peppered with WWI and WWII battlefields, sleepy rural villages, and rocky cliffs. Mountain bike enthusiasts will be in their element here, but you can also hike the hilltops, explore natural caves, and camp out in the wilderness.

When to go

Summer, especially July-Aug, brings huge crowds to Reims, and it’s worth timing your visit for the quieter (and cheaper) months of spring or fall instead. Speaking of fall, this is harvest time at the region’s many Champagne vineyards and the ideal time for tasting. The main camping season runs from April through October, but don’t be put off by a winter visit—Reims Christmas markets are rightly popular, and seasonal snowfall renders the city even more magical.

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