Since more than 50 years, welcoming guests is one of the assets of Camping Canoë Gorges du Tarn . On arrival, you’ll find a friendly staff at the reception, open from 9 am to 8 pm. You’ll find all the information you need about outings in the area or reserving an activity in the area. The information point across the reception gathers documentation about the Aveyron, the Grands Causses and the Gorges du Tarn. You’ll find a great number of ideas for outings around the campsite and guides about the flora and fauna of the Aveyron. To share your holiday pictures with friends, you can make use of a fee access to Wi-Fi in the entire campsite (the access may be slow if too many campers use it at the same time).
Camping Canoë Gorges du Tarn offers a nice restaurant, open from 1 May to 30 September; the Piboul' Snack. On the menu you’ll find various dishes (pizza, fries, hamburgers, salads, grilled meat, etc.) that you can eat in or take to your pitch. The bar of Camping Canoë Gorges du Tarn is set opposite the restaurant. Any time of the day, from a cup of coffee in the morning to the evening entertainment, you can enjoy a drink or an ice-cream with family or friends. The site is also equipped with a shop, open from 8 am to 8 pm, with fresh bread and pastries, newspapers and magazines, basic groceries and a few regional products.
Camping Canoë Gorges du Tarn has its own canoes and invites you to discover the Gorges du Tarn from the river. From the campsite, you can take a bus to the various jetties of the three circuits. You can choose between a circuit of 10 km, 15 km or 20 km with an arrival on the beach of the campsite. All the equipment is provided. The Tarn river is easy of access in the summer, but you need to be able to swim.