Welcome to the camping-site Les Frênes- Val Mayenne.

Our camping-site is composed of 95 wooded spaces by the riverside spread on 2,9 hectares. Facing the entrance of the Parc de l'Isle Briand with its hippodrome and national haras, this is the ideal site to spend family holidays. You can have free access to the local swimming-pool, half a mile from the site, opportunity to rent canoes and bicycles on the site too.

Presentation of Le Lion d'Angers

Le Lion d'Angers is a place passed through by two pleasant rivers, the Oudon and the Mayenne. At the confluence of both rivers we can see L'isle Briand which welcomes horse competitions of worldwide reputation owing to its haras and hippodrome.

This well-timbered park gives walkers the chance to breathe fresh air in one of the widest public park of the region. On the other side stands a city of character with a rich patrimony, its classified church and many buildings worth seeing.Located at a crossroads between Nantes (an hour's trip), Laval, Rennes, Le Mans and 20 minutes from Angers, Le Lion d'Angers is the perfect place for sightseeing in the region.


Services and animations

  • Swimming-pool just half a mile's walk.
  • Breakfast
  • Picnic bags
  • Laundry
  • Sheets and towels to rent
  • Wifi access
  • Playground for children
  • Drinks and ice-creams on sale
  • Mini-golf and table-tennis available
  • Barbecues at disposal.


Leisure base of the OUDON

Inside the camping-site, the leisure base of the Oudon river enables groups and individuals to practise various open air activities such as archery, horse-riding, canoeing and paddling. Many activities are also proposed to discover the fauna, flora and also fishing and VTT riding.


In July and August more animations are provided such as competitions of bowls, concerts, markets with local suppliers, theme parties in the evening...

Our camping-site can also offer the opportunity to rent bikes and canoe-kayaks to discover the region either riding on the « bike-road » track Velo Francette or paddling on the Oudon and the Mayenne rivers.