Jill and Jose's RV Lifestyle travel blog

French cows - the countryside is filled with them

camping Les Saules reception office

Swimming pool at Camping Les Saules

Our campsite at Les Saules campground

Entrance to ladies room

The bathroom even had a hair dryer!

Little touches like the decorated baby area

Individual Bathroom sink


Many immaculate dishwashing sinks

Clothes washing sinks with built in washboards

Ping pong table, Main building in background, which houses TV room, office,...

As you walk into the toilet area

Individual toilet stall

Kids urinal, complete with cheerful decoration

Jose plans our visits for the following day

Cottages for rent

View around the campground

Area where we service camping car ( empty gray water, get fresh...

Notable for its historic towns, architecture and wines, the Loire valley has been inhabited since the Middle Paleolithic period. Following the course of the river, there are numerous Châteaux.

The châteaux, numbering more than three hundred, represent a nation of builders starting with the necessary castle fortifications in the 10th century to the splendor of those built half a millennium later. Kings, artists and authors all had the right idea. Seduced by the Loire, a great many of them decided to settle along the banks of this river. In 2000, UNESCO added the central part of the Loire River valley to its list of World Heritage Sites.

There are so many Chateau to see in this area that we opted to tour just a few.

The first day in this area was actually spent just catching up on our everyday life. We checked into a lovely campground called Les Saules Cheverny. Here we had the chance to do laundry, use the internet, clean the camping car inside, and just chill out.

The campground was immaculately maintained, the staff very helpful. We have included some pictures of the campground - you can see the care and attention to detail in this park.

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