On a camping holiday on Lake Annecy with your family, there is no shortage of ideas for going out to have fun and discover the Alps. You will be free to choose a range of outdoor sports and fun activities, adapted to everyone's taste.
Doussard beach and nautical base, as well as Angon beach on the shores of Lake Annecy, are an opportunity to spend pleasant beach moments with your family. Swimming in the lake and playing in a setting of unique beauty, the lake beaches on Lake Annecy are must do on your trip here. If sport is on the program, head to the Talloires tree top adventure park where tree climbing and other original activities in the great outdoors are offered to you. The off-road cycle paths also offer a great opportunity to work out and enjoy the sumptuous landscapes. The Doussard and Roc de Chère nature reserves on the shores of Lake Annecy are also a popular nature outing for children and adults. An unusual walk where the observation of the flora and fauna reveals a preserved nature. During your stay at Camping La Ravoire or Camping Les Fontaines, how about a small boat cruise on Lake Annecy?
Magic moments to live with your family.
Accessible on foot from both of our Les Fontaines and La Ravoire campsites, the beach and the nautical base of Doussard are the ideal place to take advantage of Lake Annecy. As a family, make up your day as you wish. Swimming, SUP, kayak, water skiing, catamaran, kite surfing, beach games or even lazing around, everyone will find what they are looking for.
Located on the shores of the lake, the off-road greenway of Lake Annecy is ideal for family bike outings, walks or rollerblading trips. Between lake and mountains, you enjoy a simply magical route. Accessible from our campsites, the greenway offers a breath of fresh air, between moments of sport or a trip to a lake beach.
Moored at the port of Annecy, 30 minutes from Les Fontaines and La Ravoire campsites, the only restaurant boat on Lake Annecy, Le Libellule, promises you an original outing during your stay in Annecy. Embark on a cruise meal and experience savoyard gastronomy. A unique family experience! The Compagnie des Bateaux also offers other cruises to discover the beauty of Lake Annecy.
An omnibus circuit departs from Doussard beach 500 m from the campsites to go to Annecy. A good solution for visiting Annecy without having to worry about the car.
Climb, jump, take bridges, zip lines, walkways and moving steps, that's what awaits young and old at the Talloires adventure park. A sport and nature activity, tree climbing is ideal for family adevntures together. Visiting the multi-activity site of Talloires also gives you the opportunity to discover other experiences such as Skyfall (free fall) or Accro’Ninja (activity combining balance and agility).
Located between Annecy and Albertville, the ski resort of La Sambuy offers summer activities dedicated to the whole family. A summer toboggan with virtual reality effect, descents of tracks in all-terrain kart or mountain bike, paragliding, a botanical garden, everything is there to discover the mountain in a sporty and fun way. There is also a chairlift with a magnificent view at the top of Lake Annecy and Mont-Blanc. Free shuttles in high season are available from our campsites on Lake Annecy.
Angon Beach is located on the east shore of Lake Annecy, in Angon. Considered one of the most beautiful beaches on the lake, it has the privilege of being partly shaded and having areas of grass. Swimming, sand games, sporting activities (beach volleyball, boules, ping-pong tables), everyone can take advantage of this unique setting.
If you are looking for a beach with a sandy area, Saint-Jorioz Beach on the western side of the lake will delight your children.
68 hectares of nature reserve allow young and old alike to discover exceptional and unspoiled flora and fauna. Nature lovers and hikers will be seduced by this remarkable natural site on the shores of Lake Annecy, covering part of the Roc de Chère mountain range.
Go with your family to discover a natural area with incredible biodiversity. The Doussard nature reserve allows you to observe many plant and animal species and even see some beavers. An educational trail is an opportunity to learn more about the ecosystem at the end of the lake. The visit is free or guided and you can walk to it within 30 minutes direct from our campsites.