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Jeugdstadion Camping Ieper Campsite Review

Below is a Campsite review submitted by MeFeinMcCabe of Jeugdstadion Camping Ieper, If you find any glaring errors with our listing for Jeugdstadion Camping Ieper please let us know.
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Belgium Campsite Jeugdstadion Camping Ieper Independent[Reviews:10] Date Added/Modified: 20/06/2011


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Submitted Rating:Best - Score 8
Average Review Rating: Best - Score 8
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Internet Access Available at Jeugdstadion Camping Ieper Dogs Welcome Electrical Hookups available NO Laundry Facilities Available Campsite Is not open all year Motorhome Service Point Facilities available Disabled Facilities Available

Number Of Pitches:21 
Information:Small site with 21 pitches, all with electric hook up
Attractions Nearby:Ieper, WW1 Battlefields and Cementeries. Last post ceremony at the Menin Gate
Toilet Rating:Very Good
Distance from Public Transport(miles):1
Opening Dates:March/11  November/12
Cost per night (High Season): 4,50 + 3,00 (adult) + 1,50 (child) + 1,00 (dog)
Cost per night (Low Season): 4,50 + 3,00 (adult) + 1,50 (child) + 1,00 (dog)
Max Stay (Days):Unlimited
Campsite Type:Independent
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Bolwerkstraat 1
Ieper (ypres)
8900
gps location for Jeugdstadion Camping Ieper campsite GPS Co-ordinates: 50.8468919326131 / 2.8979015350341797
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Jeugdstadion Camping Ieper Telephone Number0032 57 217 282
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There are the following 10 Additional Campsite Reviews.

Campsite Review By:Hoedown Visited: May 2014


Review Rating:: Best - Score 8

We stayed here for 2 nights on arrival from Dunkirk, partly because it was an easy drive from the ferry and well-situated for the Menin Gate and Tyne Cot Cemetary. It cost 12 euros pn for motorhome + 2 adults and was well worth it. The facilities were quite adequate and the walk in to the town comfortable. Certainly the evening ceremony is a must on anyones itinerary.

Campsite Review By:KeithChesterfield Visited: March 2014


Review Rating:: Excellent - Score 9

The price in March 2014 was 12 for two adults and a dog.
Places available on a Friday but full up Saturday.
Easy walk to town by paths and to the unmissable 8pm Ceremony at the Menim Gate.
Also Vet close by for those with pets - 34 for Border Collies Pet Passport procedure.
Video of approach to Campsite - http://youtu.be/Y8onhUA420s

Campsite Review By:Stanner Visited: December 2012


Review Rating:: Perfect - Score 10

Not sure where the information in Mefeinmacabe's review came from or how up to date it is but it wasn't the case last december when I used the site. It is open all year - but only the motorhome pitches - and only via a possibly confusing for some automated check-in system for which there is little in the way of guidance at the entrance. But once puzzled out it is easy.
There were no individual prices for persons or motorhomes or dogs just a flat rate (for motorhomes of 16 inc a 4 deposit for the swipe card which is returned in cash when you check out properly following the instructions on the machine. That leaves the cost at 12 which covers EHU, water, waste water disposal and WiFi.

A real bargain.

Campsite Review By:tonyt Visited: September 2012


Review Rating:: Best - Score 8

Access - park in the road before reaching the barrier.
Walk to reception and if office is closed, use the check-in machine - it's really simple - don't walk away without your receipt.
Swipe you card at barrier post - it may take a few swipes - keep trying.
Your pitch number is on your machine receipt and is probably different to the one on your earlier booking confirmation.

A very convenient site.

Campsite Review By:Stanner Visited: June 2012


Review Rating:: Excellent - Score 9

I made a mistake in my review over the "All Inc." rate for the motorhome pitches.

If you book in automatically using the machine your card is debited for 16 HOWEVER when you return your swipe card (before 11am or you will be charged (automatically) for another night) 4 in cash is returned to you by the machine.
So the full rate for a motorhome pitch inc. EHU etc. is a bargain at 12 per night.

Campsite Review By:Stanner Visited: June 2012


Review Rating:: Best - Score 8

Finally at 3rd try managed to find out how to check-in and gain entry to the site. It has a barrier controlled entry BUT there are no instructions whatsoever at the barrier to tell you how it works or how to find out how it works. Reception is only open for a few hours am & pm. Out of those hours you have to use a computer check-in system that is "involved" to say the least. Everyone I spoke to had trouble understanding all the stages necessary to get a swipe card to open the barrier with.
All this has to be done with your van parked outside the barrier and posing a potential obstruction to a: those (lucky enough to already have a card) wanting to enter the site and b: Users of another adjacent access - the area around both accesses is rather constricted.
Information of any kind is in short supply compared to other sites I've used and

That is the bad bit once in the site can't really be faulted, dedicated m/home spots on vitually level hardstanding each with EHU and access to water. There is also a fully equipped m/home service point for dumping of waste. All for the special "all inc." price of 16 and free wifi as well, even though this isn't actually mentioned anywhere.

Now I know where to go, what to do and how to do it (with more help from other campers than from the operators!)the site is great and a real bargain. The showers and toilets are splendid (my wife even commented on how warm they were - that's a first!) Menin Gate and the main square (Grote Markt)can both be walked in about 10 mins.

10 for the site, minus 2 for the poor information.

Campsite Review By:Grizzly Visited: April 2012


Review Rating:: Best - Score 8

It helps to know that, when you have gone through the immensely complicated automatic check-in and taken your barrier card back to your van ,that you have to drive tight up to the barrier before trying to activate it with the card. 30 cm away and nothing will happen !
A very convenient place to stay for the unmissable Menin Gate ceremony- and Ypres itself. Try taking the right fork of the footpath and it takes you to town via a nature reserve, over ponds and through orchards with sheep. It comes out about 50m closer to the Gate than the path via the sports fields.

Campsite Review By:bognormike Visited: April 2012


Review Rating:: Good - Score 6

used a "camper" pitch for one night - good hard standing, but largish "aire" style pitch - as noted on othe reviews if you want a larger pitch, go on the grass pitches. These may not be useable if wet. Separate toilet block behind reception, but excellent heated showers & toilets lower down in the caravan section. Both opened with the barrier key. Rather quirky automatic booking in system, 3 people arrived at the saame time as us - you have to park outside, go to the machine and book in with your full name & address and pay with card (no cash) then validate the keycard, and then go and drive in, all while the queue buids up!! There is a 4 deposit for the keycard, and you get this back after you drive out (and park outside to walk back to get the refund!)
Some noise from nearby factory (night as well).
despite the hassle, a nice place to explore the town and of course Menin Gate and the last post every night at 8pm

Campsite Review By:ThursdaysChild Visited: March 2012


Review Rating:: Very Good - Score 7

The area beyond reception is now laid out for "touristic" bookings. Each pitch has water, electric and drainage. The roadway is reinforced, but the pitches only have two runways of plastic reinforcers - the ground looks a bit liable to softness. E14 as opposed to E12 on the " aire " which has EHU only.
All have access to the sanitary block.
WiFi is free but signal only useable near reception.
Easy walk down the footpath to the moat and the history-rich town.
We went for one night and stayed for six.
Recommended

Campsite Review By:BerksMike Visited: June 2011


Review Rating:: Excellent - Score 9

We stayed here in June 2011 for 3 nights. Fully automated check-in was impressive as we arrived a bit before reception was open, so giving us access to barrier and facilities. Everything here is very new and clean. The MH pitches are quite small so if you want space for awning etc., book a caravan pitch.
Very good value at only 12 euros per night. Showers, toilets are excellent.
Location is great for walking to city, no more than 10 mins to centre even when you go via the Menin Gate. As also mentioned, good for exploring the WW1 area.