Ile Chambod

Chambod Island

Island, River in Hautecourt-Romanèche
  • What's more fun than spending a nice day with family or friends at the water's edge? Chambod Island, a haven of peace in the countryside, on the banks of the Ain river, in the heart of the Gorges de l'Ain.

  • Chambod Island is clear water between the mountains, an island of 20 hectares with breathtaking scenery, activities for all.
    On the program: natural swimming in the Gorges de l'Ain, between the mountains, and gourmet break (s) on the terrace!
    It is also a waterway navigable over 15 km, a beach equipped with supervised swimming and pontoons for water sports (windsurfing, canoeing, paddle boat, paddle ...) or departures of walks or of hikes.
    The river Ain is divided into two arms around an...
    Chambod Island is clear water between the mountains, an island of 20 hectares with breathtaking scenery, activities for all.
    On the program: natural swimming in the Gorges de l'Ain, between the mountains, and gourmet break (s) on the terrace!
    It is also a waterway navigable over 15 km, a beach equipped with supervised swimming and pontoons for water sports (windsurfing, canoeing, paddle boat, paddle ...) or departures of walks or of hikes.
    The river Ain is divided into two arms around an expanse of land called Chambod Island. Located between the limestone cliffs of Balvay and Jarbonnet, this body of water was born from the construction of the dam Allement.

    Leisure centre: paying entry on July and August
  • Tips
    Leisure centre on the Island Chambod (right bank) - Bathing watched in July and August
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Hearing disability
    • Mental disability
    • Visual disability
  • Activities
    • Hiking trail
    • Supervised beach
  • Equipment
    • Swimming lake
    • Lake and stretch of water
    • Supervised beach
    • Public WC
    • beach with facilities
    • Stretch of water
    • River
    • Kayak-canoe
    • Picnic area
    • Play area
    • Disabled access
  • Services
    • Coach access
    • Car parks
    • Phone box/phone point
    • Games area
    • Unguided individual tours
  • Rates
    Paying access to the leisure centre on July and August, some weekends of June and September
Openings
Openings
  • All year 2024
    Open Everyday
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