Ballons des Vosges Regional Natural Park

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Au Clos de la Chaume campsite: Panoramic View of the Ballons Des Vosges Natural Park Square Format

For your next holiday in the Hautes Vosges, why not explore one of the most famous regional parks in France ? You have probably already guessed… It is indeed the Ballons des Vosges Regional Natural Park.

Fall under the spell of the magnificent landscapes of the Vosges Mountains

Ballons des Vosges, a Regional Natural Park since 1975, extends over 2921 km2. Stretching from the Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines Valley in the north to Belfort and Luxeuil-les-Bains, it is the most populated Regional Natural Park in France. It includes 189 towns and 238, 000 inhabitants. If you want to take family walks in the Vosges Mountains or around the lakes, or simply enjoy an unforgettable holiday in nature, this is the perfect destination.

You can admire the magnificent forests and mountains, natural gardens and even the hot air balloons. You can see four peaks, the tallest of which is the Grand Ballon d’Alsace, 1 424 meters high.

Your camping holiday Ballon des Vosges

Au Clos de la Chaume welcomes you to a natural setting in the Ballon des Vosges for a relaxing getaway. You can enjoy the gorgeous setting of the regional natural park or relax by the campsite pool. When you stay in the Ballons des Vosges, you can choose between different luxury accommodations such as mobile homes, chalets or bungalows.

What is there to do in the Ballons des Vosges Regional Natural Park?

You will have plenty to do in this gorgeous, protected land. There is everything you need to stay busy during your holiday at Au Clos de la Chaume.

Tourism in the Hautes Vosges

  • Outdoor activities: a variety of sports are available for the whole family in the forests of the Vosges. You can go horseback riding or mountain biking. There are many lakes to fish in. There are also activities in the sky and skiing.
  • You will not be disappointed by the many cultural attractions. There are several castles in the park. And Alsace has the most of any region. You can also visit ruins or restored castles from the medieval period like the most famous, Haut Koenigsbourg Castle. You can visit historical sites such as Val d’Argent (located in the Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines valley), the Witches’ House (in Bergheim), Tête-des-Faux, etc.
  • Surprisingly beautiful architecture: Saint-Maurice Basilica, Place Stanislas, Porte de la Craffe, Saint-Epvre Gothic Cathedral and more.

If you have time, visit the thermal spas in Vittel, Contrexéville, Plombières and Bains-les-Bains.