Dog Friendly

One of the unique aspects of our campsite is our dog friendly pitches. Owning two dogs ourselves we know how important they are to you.

These are larger than standard fully serviced pitches but are completely surrounded by a 1 meter heigh fence. This allows your favourite friend to run free around your pitch without the worry of neighbours or other dogs. A 3 meter gate allows access to the pitch and once inside this can be shut, a small pedestrian gate provides entry for every day use.

There is over 70 acres of rural land for them to exercise and a lake to cool off and swim in.

To complete our dog friendly approach we have an excellent local Vet who speaks a good level of English and is available for the dogs return jabs or any other situation that may arise. Please contact us to make a reservation of for further information.

Dangerous dogs not permitted. Dangerous dogs classed in 2 categories. Attack dogs (1st category) and guard dogs (2nd category) aren't permitted at Camping Lune Sur le Lac Restricted Dog Breeds If your dog belongs to a breed recognised as a Dangerous Dog, Category 1 (Attack Dogs) or Category 2 (Defence Dogs) in France, they will not be permitted to stay at Camping Lune Sur Le Lac.

Dogs must be kept on a leash and at all times be accompanied by their owner. All animals must have an up to date vaccination record. Your 4 legged friends can enjoy their holiday with you, limited to 2 dogs per pitch.

The aggressive behaviour of a dog must be corrected immediately by the owner. 


"What a wonderful little campsite and ideal if you have a dog and book one of the "dog friendly" pitches where they don't have to be confined to a lead - all pitches are generous size wise. Facilities clean and modern. Fantastic lake that both the dogs, humum and hudad swam in, together with a swimming pool that's ideal to cool off in as it was extremely hot when we were there. Fantastic night sky and so quiet. Don't miss a visit to Monpazier, Sarlat la Caneda and Le Roque-Gageac. Owners really welcoming but not overbearing. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and its certainly a site we will return to."
Jayne Wood 22/08/2022

Ticks & Fleas.

Please make sure that your dog has been treated with Frontline at least one week before you travel. There is a unique breed of deer tick in the Dordogne that can carry a deadly infection for dogs.

You can have a trouble free holiday by simply sticking to this advice. We are always on hand should you have any concerns whilst here.

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