On vacation in Ventoulou with his dog

Unforgettable Holidays at Camping Le Ventoulou in the Dordogne Valley with Your Dog(s)(s)

Do you dream of a vacation in the great outdoors where your faithful four-legged friend is welcome? Look no further! Le Ventoulou Sites et Paysages campsite, set in the beautiful Dordogne Valley, is the ideal place to spend unforgettable moments with your dog. We are certified “4 Truffles” by Emmenetonchien.com

A Warm Welcome for Dogs 🐾

At Ventoulou, we know how much your dog is part of the family. That’s why we’ve done everything we can to make your stay a pleasant one for you and your companion. From the moment you arrive, you and your dog will receive a warm welcome. We even provide special equipment for your dog, such as bowls and poop bags, to ensure a clean and friendly environment.

A natural setting ideal for walks 🌿

Camping Le Ventoulou is nestled in the heart of the Dordogne Valley, a true paradise for nature lovers. With its shaded paths, vast green spaces and refreshing water features, you and your dog can enjoy long, invigorating walks. Explore the surrounding area together, discover the local flora and fauna and breathe in the fresh country air.

Adapted Activities and Services 🏞️

We offer a variety of activities suitable for everyone, including dogs. Whether it’s a canoe trip on the Dordogne, a hike on the marked trails or simply relaxing on the banks of the Dordogne (in designated dog-friendly areas), you’ll always find something to do with your companion. What’s more, our campsite offers a wide range of services to make your stay even more comfortable: Tout-Parc with mist-maker, Toutou-Bar, Toutou-shower, a veterinary surgeon nearby in case of need and attentive staff to answer all your questions.
And even, in July and August, a doggy daycare service in partnership with Patchguard.

Comfortable and Dog Friendly Accommodations 🏡

Our accommodations are designed to welcome the whole family, including your dog. You can choose from our spacious camping pitches or opt for one of our comfortable mobile homes. All are equipped to guarantee a pleasant, relaxing stay. All you have to do is relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.
Some even have enclosed terraces for your peace and quiet.

Discover the Dordogne Valley with Your Dog 🌟

The Dordogne Valley is rich in discovery and adventure. Visit charming medieval villages, majestic castles and mysterious caves. Many of the region’s tourist attractions are dog-friendly, so you can share every moment of your vacation with your companion.

Tips for a successful vacation at Camping Le Ventoulou with your dog

Planning a vacation with your dog takes a bit of planning, but it can make your stay at camping Le Ventoulou in the Dordogne Valley even more enjoyable. Here are a few practical tips to help you and your faithful companion make the most of your vacation!

1. Prepare your dog for travel 🚗

Before you leave, make sure your dog is comfortable with car journeys. Take short car rides to get him used to it, if necessary. Remember to take regular breaks so he can stretch his legs and hydrate.

2. Check Vaccinations and Health 🩺

Before you leave, visit your vet for a check-up. Make sure your dog’s vaccinations and parasite treatments are up to date. Take your child’s health record with you in case of emergency.

3. Bring the Essentials for your Dog 🐕

Don’t forget to make a list of essential items for your dog:

  • His usual food to avoid digestive problems.
  • Water and food bowls.
  • His bed or blanket to make him feel at home.
  • His favorite toys to entertain him.
  • Poop bags to keep the campsite clean.
  • A leash and harness for walks.

4. Respect the Camping Rules 📝

For the well-being of all holidaymakers, it’s important to follow a few simple rules:

  • Keep your dog on a leash in common areas.
  • Always pick up after your dog.
  • To avoid stress and damage, do not leave your dog alone in the accommodation.

5. Keep your dog hydrated and fresh 💦

On hot days, make sure your dog always has access to fresh water. Take a bottle of water and a portable canteen with you on your excursions. Find shady areas for regular breaks.

6. Watch for signs of stress 🐾

Vacations can be exciting but also stressful for some dogs. Watch for signs of stress such as excessive panting, trembling or restlessness. Give your dog time to adapt to his new environment.

7. Interact with other holidaymakers 🗣️

Vacations are also an opportunity to meet other dog lovers. Take advantage of common areas to socialize with other owners and their dogs, while respecting the rules of safety and courtesy.

Guest Testimonials

Don’t just take our word for it, listen to what our holidaymakers are saying:

“We had a wonderful stay at Le Ventoulou with our labrador Max. The facilities for dogs are fantastic and the surroundings are just beautiful. We’ll definitely be back!” – Sophie and Marc

“Our dog made new friends at the campsite! The daily nature walks were the highlight of our stay. Thank you to Le Ventoulou for this incredible welcome!” – Alice and Paul