Services to simplify your stay
- A bar-restaurant with take-away meals from 1st May until 17/09.
- Free Wifi 30 minutes every 6 hours at the bar, payable on site.
- Bakery Service (Bread and pastries).
- Emergency grocery store
- Barbecue hire
- Rental of bed linen, towels and baby kit (cot, chair, bathtub).
- Bicycle + e-bike hire
- Canoe, paddle and pedal boat hire (from 1 May)
- Cashless bracelet (available at the reception or online on our website)
Facilities designed for an ideal stay
In addition to the lake with its private access and its landscaped shoreline where you can indulge in the joys of water sports, with the rental of canoes, paddles, pedal boats.
The Lac du Lit du Roi campsite has a heated swimming pool and a beautiful water playground.
For our campers 3 sanitary blocks on site, including a main one adapted to PRM.
For your children, at your disposal :
But also for the family :
Animations and a children’s club
In the summer, a children’s club, run by two activity leaders, will welcome your children morning and afternoon, according to the established programme. During your stay our mascot Lenny will delight your children.
In the evenings, and every day of the week, the whole family will meet for evening games, shows, concerts or karaoke, to enjoy real moments of sharing.
A privileged geographical location
The Camping du Lit du Roi has a privileged geographical location that offers varied landscapes, close to wide open spaces and nature.
Three large lakes, mountains with breathtaking views, towns with recognised charm such as Annecy, Aix-les-Bains or the village of Chanaz.
The activities are therefore numerous, cycling, hiking, water sports, amusement park, discovery of vineyards and wines, local products, or even caves and tourist sites to visit.
? The History and Legend of the place (click here)
The Lac du Lit au Roi is located near the town of Massignieu-de-Rives, in the Ain department (01), in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France.
The lake is located at the gateway to Savoie and Haute-Savoie.
The lake is in fact a widening of the course of the Rhône, forming a reservoir of about 25 hectares. The bottoms are mainly composed of gravel, sand and plant substrates forming muddy areas on which herbariums grow.
The average depth is between 1.50 metres and 5 metres.
A Gallo-Roman two-place sarcophagus known as the “King’s bed” was formerly located in the commune of Massignieu-de-Rives. This sarcophagus is that of Silvanius Luciolus and his wife Comia Antiquae. It owes its name to the fact that in 877, it is said to have served as the tomb of King Charles the Bald before the latter’s body was transferred to Saint-Pierre de Nantua.