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Camping La Petite Camargue Aigues-Mortes, Gard

« A 1,000m² heated pool complex with water slides in the heart of the Camargue, three kilometres from the beaches »

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La Petite Camargue family camping for children and teenagers

Camping La Petite Camargue is ideal for children and teenagers: the campsite team runs activity clubs, organised by age group, with original activities and something to suit all tastes. And for the youngest campers, there is a play area and a paddling pool! 

Club Kids: 5-7 years

Throughout the season

So that your kids make the most of their holiday, the campsite has a Kids Club organised by an inventive, dynamic entertainment team.

  • painting
  • drawing
  • arts & crafts
  • face painting
  • fancy dress
  • organisation of shows and parades

Club Juniors: 8-12 years

Throughout the season

Your children will love all of the activities and events on offer at the Juniors Club...

  • painting
  • drawing
  • arts & crafts
  • individual and team sports
  • tournaments
  • organisation of shows and parades
  • “Miss Petite Camargue” pageant in July and August
  • creative activities

Club Teens: 13-17 years

High season

After a visit to the Teens Club, your teenagers will want just one thing: come back to La Petite Camargue next year!

  • group sports
  • organisation of shows
  • club nights at the Bodega disco

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Games area for kids to enjoy

During your stay at the Yelloh! Village La Petite Camargue, your children can enjoy all sorts of fun in the new games area that has been specially installed for them, with swings, slides, a climbing rock and rope bridges. Loads of opportunities for fun!

Kids' Clubs opening times

Kids' and Juniors’ Club:

  • Low season: from 10 am to 12 pm, 5 days/week
  • High season: from 10 am to 12 pm, 6 days/week


Teens’ Club: during high season only: from 2 pm to 4 pm, 5 days/week

Julian’s day, 12 years old

The sun rises over the Camargue. I get up and get on my red bike to go and fetch croissants from the campsite bakery. On the way, I stop to borrow a comic book from the library.

It's time for the mini club and I don’t want to miss it! Today, we’re going to feed the animals in the petting zoo.

Lunch finishes on the terrace of the cottage and under a sea breeze. With my parents, I take the campsite shuttle to the Le Grau-du-Roi beach.

We all meet under the arbour at the poolside bar for an ice cream, before ending the day with a horse ride.

After a tasty meal at the campsite restaurant, it’s time for the Aladdin show organised by the campsite entertainers.